Monday, June 13, 2011

Father's Day Tea

There's no doubt about it, my husband loves scones and mostly hot from the oven without butter or jam.
When my dad was alive he liked them too only at home we called them tea biscuits.  My mother made hers plain but I always add currants and occasionally dried cranberries.
We've already celebrated Father's Day with family on account of work schedules and I made the dessert to have at our daughter's place.
Blueberry coffee cake with fresh blueberries and cool whip on top.  We had steaming mugs of coffee with our dessert.
Our girls with hubby.
I'm linking with Sandi at Rose Chintz Cottage for Tea Time Tuesday with a special celebration in honour of Father's Day this week.   I hope you'll join us and visit the blogs participating.

17 comments:

  1. What a lovely family, great Father's Day dessert.
    - Joy

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  2. We call them Tea Biscuits too, and my dad loves them Cape Breton style, with butter and molasses!
    Your daughters look lovely - and their dad looks proud!

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  3. Hi Judith,
    You always have the yummiest baked goods!! It looks like a wonderful fathers day celebration, big smiles on everyones faces :-)))
    You e-mailed awhile (a long while back) about our puppy decision, we finially decided yes and yes :-) I shared some pics on my blog the last couple days...If you'd like to meet the girlS :-)
    Hugs,
    Bella

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  4. Hello Judith,
    your tea time looks so tempting. And your family looks quite happy, I thin they enjoyed the time together. Thank you for sharing it with us.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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  5. Yes, tea biscuits with butter and molasses! The Maritime way. :-) Lovely photo of your family. All the best! Pamela

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  6. What a wonderful post with your girls and hubby ... perfect for Father's Day. I'll have a scone, please! Happy Tea Day!

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  7. Everything looks... well good enough to eat. ;)

    What a wonderful way to celebrate a special day!

    ~Chris

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  8. Good afternoon Judith,
    Your tea post today is just wonderful and your coffee cake looks delicious as do the scones.
    I loved seeing your hubby and daughters. What a lovely family you have!
    Scones were always biscuits at my mother's house too. When I make them plain, I call them tea biscuits, and I call them scones when I add dried fruit with sugar on top. I always enjoyed butter and molasses on mine too but I also like honey or jam. That's the nice thing about a biscuit or scone, you can spread almost anything on them.
    Thank you for joining me for a special Father's Day Tea. Hope your week is delightful in every way.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  9. Judith!
    I love tea tuesdays...and I think I'll make a blueberry buckle cake of my own!
    Thanks for the domestic inspiration!

    And that frog from your last post.....2cute! Ribbit!


    Ciao Bella!


    CREATIVE CARMELINA

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  10. Hi Judith, Thanks so much for visiting my blog. Your blog is beautiful and I love this father's day tribute. I've signed on as a follower. Wishing you a wonderful day. Mildred

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  11. Comming to your lovely Blog to share a cup of tea is always a pleasure
    I feel the lavender fragance
    Hugs

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  12. Hello Judith - this is wonderful - love scones - I never really had them growing up so I've always known them as scones - the blueberry coffee cake sounds wonderful - you have a wonderful family, you are blessed
    Kathy

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  13. Judith, It was a treat to see your family photo! What a nice-looking group you are! Your blueberry cake looks delicious and so do your scones. You are a great cook and a fabulous gardener as well! It is such a pleasure to visit. Have a wonderful week.
    Blessings, Beth

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  14. hi Judith, the treats you served for your Father's Day celebration looks so yummy. I haven't had scones since we were in London. The blueberry Coffeecake looks delicious. A great pic of hubby and the girls. I love your blog, so I'll be a follower now. Hope your week is great.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  15. Hello Judith.
    Your scorns and coffee cake look deliscious!You are a good cooker! I am so glad to visit your post and share with your garden and Victorian arts! Victorian art is a part of my life style with Japanese traditional arts. Victorian stickers make my daily life color up! Hope your week is wonderful!
    Redrose.

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  16. Wow everything looks so delicious. Very inviting!

    Jocelyn @
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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