Rose Tea Cottage

Where tea is served at half past four




Goat Cheese & Chives Tea Sandwich

26 thin, crustless white bread slices
10 oz of fresh goat cheese
2 cups of washed cress leaves
1 cup finely chopped chives
Room temperature butter

Spread the goat cheese on one side of each piece of bread
Arranged the cress leaves to cover the surface
Place the other slice of bread, goat cheese side down
Cut the bread diagonally
Spread the butter to the outside border of the bread
Dip the butter side in the chopped chives
Arrange on a plate

Cheese & Poppy Seed Tea Sandwich

26 thin, crustless white bread slices
10 oz of Boursin, Brie or cream cheese
1 cup of minced radishes
½ teaspoon lemon zest
½ cup of poppy seed
Salt & pepper
Room temperature butter

Mix the cheese, minced radishes, lemon zest, salt & pepper
Spread one side of each piece of bread with the cheese mixture
Place the other slice of bread, cheese side down
Cut the bread diagonally
Spread the butter to the outside border of the bread
Dip the butter side in the poppy seed
Arrange on a plate

Make a pot of Yorkshire tea and enjoy!!





62 comments:

Michela said...

Good morning my dearest Duchess, hope you're having a good week and life is treating you well!
I have just had my breakfast, but I wouldn't mind to have one of your yummy sandwiches!
Happy Wednesday!

Angie's Recipes said...

Duchess, Good Morning !

I just had my breakfast with a large pot of Chinese tea.
Love really love to some of your poppy sandwiches. ;-)

tata
Angie's Recipes

Rose said...

Thats a great idea to spread the cheese on the outer crust! I mite have to try that next high tea i host :)
I just spotted the green tea cosy on your left side bar-so cute!!

Rose

shanthi said...

Nice sandwich and a lovely click

Riet said...

Good morning. Those sandwiches look very inviting and delicious. As I might have said before I love your blog with all the lovely photo's on the sides. Your teacosy's are the best I ever saw.
Have a nice day. I might join the tea and friends Tuesday. Thanks for the hint.
Riet, The Netherlands

Pomona said...

A nice change from cucumber - very tasteful!

Pomona x

cilla said...

Duchess,thank you so much for stopping by.you have such a lovely site,i look forward too reading your site as well, the tea sandwhich looks so good :)

Coastal Sisters said...

This recipe looks brilliant! I have not had Yorkshire yet but I am sure it's got to be delicious :)

Have a lovely day dear Duchess~
LuLU~*xoxo

Rose Charles said...

ooh those look yummy!
I think I could just polish off a plate of them right now!

have a lovely day :-)

Rose XXX

Homemakers Tales said...

I am a huge yorkshire tea girl.. and have been for years now my husband is a coffee drinker ..not me ..tea all the time he is hopeless at making tea and thinks i am too fussy ! ha ha ... x x x

Dustjacket Attic said...

Yes please! Thanks for that Duchess.
xoxo

Heavenly Housewife said...

These are just gorgeous! Lets have tea daaaahling, I will even share my macaroons :D.

Preeti Kashyap said...

Delicious sandwiches!

Sanghi said...

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The Vintage Kitten said...

Duchess put the kettle on Im on my way round for one of your scrumptious sandwiches X

Madeline's Album said...

Hope your having a great Wednesday.
Sandwiches looked yummy.

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

Yummmmmmm... This entry, and all here, at your blog.

Dear One, you said [commented in my blog] that you have already succeeded in the form of minimalism, which I desire. Oh please, a link to where you tell of this process! Please. Please. Please.

I looked and do not find such, here. But it seems you must have shared your secrets, somewhere. I so want to have only what I/we need, use and love around our home. So want. And that's not starkness, as you must know.

Plus, I so want to diminish my "need" to "keep up" with various forms of "information." You probably do this, also.

So again, please... Share how you convinced yourself to do these things. And not just dream about doing them, as I seem stuck on...

Gentle hugs,
'Aunt Amelia'

Deanna said...

Dear Duchess,
Blessings to you!

I'm a sandwich fan and these look mighty tasty.

Very nice post, appreciate you sharing with us.

God bless and may you have a blessed Autumn,
d

koralee said...

ok...now I am hungry and it is only 6am in the morning...just made my lunch for the day and it is not anything like those yummy sandwiches...I am coming to your home today!!!!!

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hello Duchess... my, those look delish! And a warm cup of tea... how lovely... Bisous... Julie Marie

A Rose Without A Thorn said...

Duchess, I just love this blog, your sandwiches are simply delicious. Also you are using my favorite Yorkshire Tea. One of the best secrets out there. We buy the Yorkshire Tea Gold Label at the British Store, it has always been our favorite. My mother still lives in Yorkshire and my step father used to be Princess Margaret's Chauffeur, imagine that!. BFN, Maureen.....

Claudia said...

Good morning, Duchess! Thank you so much for your lovely comment on my blog. I'm so glad you've become a follower and I am becoming a follower of your beautiful blog as well.

I can't wait to explore more of your posts.

Claudia

Mary said...

Oh, Duchess, your sandwiches look wonderfully delicious! And I love your black and white teapot...so lovely and classy. How I would love to enjoy a bite of poppy sandwich and a cup of Yorkshire tea with you! Have a wonderful day, Duchess!

Love and hugs,
Mary

hpabate said...

Duchess, I will take one of those sandwhiches, and a cup of tea plain please :0)

Yum, thank you so much it was delicious.

Have a blessed day,
Heidi

5 Star Foodie said...

Such delightful sandwiches! I especially love the one dipped in poppy seeds! You have a gorgeous blog and I'm looking forward to following your posts!

Shabby Cottage Shoppe said...

Hi Dutchess,
Thank you so much for visiting my blog and for the sweet comments. I am so glad you like it! Marydon has been a tremendous help getting me started, in fact it was her idea and I am enjoying it very much. Thank you for adding my link to your blog ~ I still have so much to learn! Your blog is beautiful!
Gail

YSLGuy said...

Yummy, nothing beats goat cheese and bread.

Misted Heather said...

I just love to pop in and view your Blog, Duchess. It so reminds me of how refined and charming British women on the whole, used to be and that was not so many decades ago either. Nowadays it is all about a trip to McDonalds, blue jeans and drinking lager from a bottle.

Who remembers wearing white cotton crochet gloves and sipping lemon tea? Believe me dears, those were the days when a woman was a lady.

Marie Antionette said...

Dutches, that looks devine.I'm on my way too.I hope you have a fine day dear,and don't forget my give away.XXOO Marie Antionette

Atelier de Charo said...

Qué ricos sandwiches!!! Look delicious.
Hugs
Charo

Smitten by Britain said...

Makes me want to run to the kitchen for a cucumber sandwich. You sure know how to make us happy Duchess.

Marilyn Miller said...

Very nice! Sounds so good.

Wendy said...

Me thinks you are the Duchess of Sandwich!
Wx

dragonfly said...

looks so delicious...I will make it tomarrow...

Simply Colette said...

That looks good! The bread is so photogenic... think I'll join you for this tea sandwich. :) xoxo

Lee said...

Yummy, blog dreams.
Delightful recipes.
Lee @ Inspired Comblogulations

Muneeba said...

Hello my pretty! One of my dreams is to have high tea at the Ritz in London someday .. hopefully with my mum. But in the meantime, I'll make your darling sandwiches and sip some delicate tea .. and keep dreaming ;)

Marilyn Miller said...

To bad you aren't in Paris next week. I will be having tea at the Mariage Freres.

OceanDreams said...

Hope you are enjoying your week, sorry I've missed out on some delightful posts. I at least wanted to stop by and say hi. I need some tea right about now! XO!

Linens and Royals said...

My mouth is watering Duchess, must go and put the kettle on. I do have pretty cups, but nothing like those delicious sandwiches to go with my Earl Grey. Happy weekend Duchess X.

...mmm... said...

Love the music, love this blog! Only thign is though--how on earth can one follow it?

BTw, i recently tried a fantastic new tea--"Scottish Tea." Have you ever had it? It is made specifically for Scotland's soft water and is incredible! I never thought I'd find another black tea I'd love as much as the standard Tea/English breakfast one can get imported.

...mmm... said...

I'll take some of those sandwiches too. Yum.

Kelly said...

Oh wow!
Your blog always makes me hungry!!!
All your lovely cakes, scones and tea pictures are so decadent!
Those sandwiches look amazing!!!

lots of Love

Kelly xxxx

parTea lady said...

I enjoy Yorkshire tea, but it would be even better with a couple of those yummy looking sandwiches.

FabBlab said...

What gorgeous pictures and a lovely little blog :)

birthday girl said...

what unique tea sandwiches. yummy! hope you had a great weekend.

Marie Reed said...

Goodness I'm certainly craving a cuppa now! I just noticed that one can't reply back to your comments via email! I'll be back in a sec with a nifty little tutorial on how to do that:)

Marie Reed said...

I'm back! This post is from Jodie at Everything Vintage! She's a great little explainer! http://jodielejeune.blogspot.com/search?q=blogger+101

Terra said...

The poppy seeds elevate your sandwiches to a whole other, higher level.
I am so pleased to meet you, Duchess, and now I will make myself a pot of tea, inspired by these delectable images.
The main royalty in our family is our cat, who sometimes is called La Principessa, which if you knew her, you would understand.
Hello from across the pond.

Gaia said...

Hi Duchess, I am starving! I love sandwiches they are fantastic! my fav is the Club Sandwich!
Have a great weekend!

Erica said...

I love your blog!!!! Great Pictures.

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burcunokta said...

Sizi teprik ediyorum, muhteşem bir blogunuz var, bukadar güzel bir blog gördügümü hatırlamıyorum.

Ben prenses Diana hayranıyım, benim için dünyanın en güzel ve en iyi insanıydı.iyi akşamlar.

Tania said...

Hi Duchess, it's a pleasure to konw you and your fantastic blog, it's so perfect!

~~louise~~ said...

Hi there Duchess, Just popped in from Cinnamon & Spice. Looks like I'm just in time for tea. I adore the notion of Goat Cheese & Chives.

Thank you so much for sharing...

~~louise~~ said...

A gift for you:
Warmth and Fragrance, light and peace
Books and tea and one loved face,
Life, give me these and I am thine
Life, give me these and a home is mine.
-Gertrude Nason Carver-

Jeanne said...

Lovely images, always brings a smile when I visit your blog! Warm wishes for a joyous holiday!
Jeanne

jules said...

My dearest Duchess, such lovely photos...W O W!!! is what comes to mind. My mother is British, raised in London. However, at the age of 21, she met my American father and 51 years later,is still living in the beautiful state of California, still happily married to her handsome Yank! Therefore, my siblings and I were raised with an amazing love for all things British. So glad you came by my blog so that I could find yours. Ta for now, jules

susan said...

Darling Duchess,
Your photos fill me up, so much better than consuming calories, I agree with you Darling one can never be too thin or too rich.
Delightfully yours
Susan
Brympton Towers

Don said...

Oh Duchess,
In your honor I will post a few posts of England in the next few days.

Rachana Kothari said...

Darling Duchess,
You have a beautiful blog with amazing photos on the side...and I loved your teacosy:)
The Sandwich looks so good:)
Cheers,
Rachana

Devi Meyyappan said...

Hi Duchess, I would like to share a award with you :), please accept it from my blog :)

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