Rose Tea Cottage

Where tea is served at half past four





In this useful and comprehensive menu cookbook, Maggie Stuckey providers interesting and creative ideas and plans for twelve special tea parties. Starting with January through December the book is full of tea party ideas along with dozens of novel suggestions for entertaining small to large groups. Throughout the book Carolyn Bucha’s colorful illustrations set a mood of country elegance.

The Queen's Tea for the month of August is my favorite
Click on the photo to purchase the book

26 comments:

Mimi said...

HI!!!
What a lovely book!!! I bought the book Sarah Ferguson wrote called Tea for Ruby about a year ago, love that book, now I might just have to order that one too!!! It's lovely!!!
And I love tea parties!!!!!
hugs,
jamie

Rose said...

Hello there, I am feeling much better thankyou, just a little tickle in the throat now :)
You are certainly full of questions! My weekend wasnt too bad thankyou, pizza and movie night with my boy was much fun :) How about you? Did you have a tea party (or two) on the weekend?
This book looks very sweet, the illustrations are adorable.

Rose

Couture Millinery Atelier. said...

Dear Duchess,
Thank you for intorducing me to this wonderful book! I will make a point of ordering it since tea parties are something that I enjoy tremendously!
Thank you so very much for your wonderful comments and complements.MIllion THANK YOU!!!Your wonderful words inspire me endlessly. I am sorry I was not able to get in touch with you yesterday (computer problem), but I will send you several pictures of my hats by the end of today. Wishing you the most wonderful Tuesday.:-)))

Dustjacket Attic said...

I need all the suggestions I can get for tea parties, looks cute too. xxx

Thanks for lovely comment too :)xx

KBeau said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. Where do you live in England? My husband and I will be visiting in late October. I know it's not the most ideal time, but we found a trip that hits lots of the high spots and was a good value. Thought it would be a good introduction to England. We'll be staying in London and also traveling to Oxford, Stratford, Bath and Stonehenge as well as visiting Windsor Castle.

Girl With One Eye said...

Even the drawings of the cakes look simply delightful...they'd definatly go well with a cream tea.
Girl With One Eye xx

Anne said...

Happy Tea & Friendship Tuesday Duchess! I just love tea books. I love to get inspired by ideas and most of all to look through all the photos.

Knitty said...

Thank you for your kind comments on my blog, for joining my followers and linking my blog to yours. I will be doing likewise.

Without checking my book shelf, I can't remember if I own this book or have given it as a gift. While my drink of choice in the morning is coffee, there is something wonderful about serving tea. I always use a pretty pot and a china teacup, even if alone. Slowing down for a few minutes to do this is a calming ritual.

fiberdoodles said...

This looks like a wonderful book! Thank you so much for visiting & following my blog. I love meeting new friends and how sweet of you to say those sweet things!

Enjoy your day,
Sharon

Tammy said...

I have a couple of similar books, gifts from friends that know how I l♥ve my cuppa!

This one looks lovely!!

Simply Colette said...

What a gorgeous book! That reminds me, I forgot about some beautiful teapot greeting cards I bought in San Francisco I haven't used in awhile. I will have to bring them out!

Deanna said...

Lovely post!
Blessings to you today,
D
from Kansas

tale of many cities said...

great to have you drop by my random world.. thanks for visiting, and do hope you come again. i think your blog is lovely, and properly british! i spent several years there, and loved it so very much. i have a collection of proper tea cups, and wish they weren't all packed away in storage, as i viewed your beautiful pics! my tea of choice is earl grey..just in case you wanna put the kettle on!

blessings,
-Tracie

tale of many cities said...

oh,almost forgot.. i added you to my blog pal list! :D

Yankee Girl said...

What a fabulous idea! I'll have to check it out!

Thanks for all the great ideas.

Charli and me said...

I just love any kind of books that have to do with tea. I find them all so charming and delightful. Your book is beautiful ♥ Thank you so much for partisipating in 'Tea and friendship Tuesdays.' This was a wonderful post :>) I hope you have a lovely day.

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

I have that little book and love it! I haven't looked at it in a while, now I'll get it out and enjoy it again!

I made a cake today, come over for a slice of cake - and tea!

Katherine

Cori G. said...

Hello Duchess,
I stopped over here last night and was unable to post a comment and then you visited me this morning...Thank you!
I have to say your blog is so Beautiful and I could linger here all day! Alas, for I am at work and must be on my way, but I will be back...often.
Have a lovely Tuesday!!

xoxo Cori

Wendy said...

Hello Duchess,
Thank you so much for looking at my blog and leaving me a comment. It was so nice to hear from you :), I'm just back from London today and off to Aberdeen tomorrow - I'm very frustrated I can't give your BEAUTIFUL blog the attention it deserves! When I come back I will pour over it, can't wait!
Your 'Beauty and the Beast' - made me laugh OUT LOUD!
Speak soon.
Wx

Linda Higgins said...

what a wonderful post. I will certainly pick up the book! A tea party in the afternoon at your place must be an adventure. It looks like a tale from Alice in Wonderland!

OceanDreams said...

Aww, looks very sweet!

koralee said...

This book looks amazingly lovely...i want to see more!!! I finally got up one of those lovely bluebird pictures you emailed me on my sidebar...so so sweet...thanks again...I need so much more time in my day...I want to do some blog housecleaning but never can find the time...so adding these little bluebirds will have to do for now! Thanks so so much! xoxox

Marilyn Miller said...

I sell this book on my website, www.marmaladys.com. It is a lovely book.

Queenmothermamaw said...

Dear Duchess, I have noted your blog name and had intended to drop in. thanks for stopping by and inviting me in. I am frightfully tired now, my daughter had serious abdominal surgery today and will be in hospital 10 to 12 days and I am beat.
Blessings
QMM

Queenmothermamaw said...

I hope none of the Brits feel I am disrespectful by using the Gueen Mum's picture. My son put my face on it. I would not even know how to do it.
QMM

Girl With One Eye said...

Sorry Duchess it's probably my fault, no worries i'll post the message again:
Even the drawings of the cakes look simply delightful...they'd definatly go well with a cream tea.
Girl With One Eye xx

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