Monday, August 22, 2011

Peach Cobbler Tea

Welcome friends for tea this week.  Baskets of juicy peaches are in the grocery stores now, perfect for fresh fruit in hand or to be baked in an array of tantalizing recipes.  I decided to make a cobbler for us with just a hint of nutmeg.  Tea is being served on the lower deck on my outdoor tea cart.

The cobbler is warm and has a dollop of cool whip on it.
I've brewed a new tea to try that I received from a tea swap earlier this summer.  Harney and Sons Pomegranate Oolong which is a light golden colour with just the right amount of pomegranate essence.  I like the big handle on this Wild Flowers teacup. 
A few flowers from the garden in a petite vase.
The tea cart against the wall with the hydrangea wreath I made.
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The above photo probably seems odd seeing that it's not completely centred but a vent is right beside the tea cart and I felt I should crop it out.
Thank you for joining me, I always enjoy your company and comments.  I hope you'll visit my hosts and their guests as well.
Sandi from Rose Chintz Cottage, Trisha from Sweetology, Kathy at A Delightsome Life and Bernideen from Bernideen's Tea Time Blog.  Bernideen's link is for Saturdays when we try to have tea in the garden, weather permitting.

21 comments:

  1. This whole party looks scrumptious and divine.

    Hope you get a chance to visit me at my blog too...

    ciao

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  2. Judith, the apple cobbler sounds like a delicious treat for fall. Your teacup is very pretty. It's still nice enough to have tea outdoors most days. That makes me happy. Blessings, Pamela

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  3. Ummm, your tea looks so delightful.
    I, too, love that teacup with the large handle. Sometimes the handles on teacups are so small, you can't hold it very well.
    Your cobbler looks delicious.
    xoxo bj

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  4. I love peach cobbler. It reminds me of my childhood...hot out of the oven, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!

    Your wildflower teacup is very pretty!

    Have a wonderful tea time!
    Charlotte

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  5. Hello Judith,
    peach cobler sounds delicious. I have never had one. Your wildflower tea cup and the wonderful hydrangea wreath look so charming. I would like to own a tea cart. Must look somewhere for one. It is such a useful addition to serve tea outside. Thank you for having this delightful tea.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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  6. Yummy peach cobler and a new tea in such a pretty teacup. Delicious.

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  7. That cobbler looks wonderful and the wreath is beautiful. Nice work.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  8. Hi Judith,
    What a lovely tea today you share for us. Your peach cobbler looks just so yummy. I love this time of year when we tend to bake fruit desserts more. Perfect for harvest time. Love your wildflower tea cup and the bigger handle is so pretty with it's details.
    I love a tea cart like yours, they are always such a nice addition to any setting. Your hydrangea wreath is beautiful against the brick.
    Thank you for a special time.

    Have a great week. Celestina Marie XOXO

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  9. Hope you're having a great summer Judith. the peach cobbler looks wonderful as does that new tea. I just made tea last night for the first time in ages and thought - now that's the flavour i've been missing. Lemonade and Iced tea will be taking a backseat to a cup of tea these nights in August.

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  10. Oh your cobbler looks so good. And the teacup ia so pretty. I like the larger size.

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  11. Hello Judith,
    Your warm peach cobbler with whipped cream would be a real treat and I love your pretty teacup! Once hubby gets back to work, {Yes, he's off again this week and back to work next!}, I'm going to make a cobbler too. Can't decide whether it's going to be peach or blueberry. Decisions, decisions..lol

    Blessings and hugs,
    Sandi

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  12. Hi there .. visiting via my other blog today!! What a wonderful setting and welcome treats you have set out for us today! Your tea cart looks so lovely with your tea setting!! ... peaches are a side that autumn is on its way ... a great season in the countryside... Happy Table Top Tuesday..xo HHL

    ATTEATUDEandChocolate.blogspot.com

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  13. The peaches are very good this year...I'll have to try a peach cobbler. I also like the teacup with the unusual handle.

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  14. Oh my dearest Judith!

    What pretty photos of your teatime vignette and that dessert looks fabulously yummy also!

    ~ Everything is so exceptionally delightful, inviting, yummy and pretty as always!

    Happy Tuesday Tea Time In Blogland!

    Please feel most welcome to visit me for my 98th, 'Tuesday Tea For Two' and also for the '69th, 'Teapot And Tea Things Tuesday'.~ YOU ARE ALWAYS MOST WELCOME TO PARTAKE!

    Hugs, Wanda Lee

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  15. Your cobbler looks delicious! And your tea cup is lovely.

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

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  16. Your tea and peach cobbler look absolutely delicious. Such an enjoyable post!

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  17. Judith..what a delightful tea you have set..and yummy cobbler too!
    Happy tra,
    Lorrna

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  18. Peach cobbler looks so delicious. I just love the juicy peaches at this time. V

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  19. I like your floral arrangement, your tea cup and your peach cobbler. I saw Mark Bittman create a "soup" that included cooking onions, tomatoes and peaches with a hint of tarragon and then putting them in the blender today...Ann Curry said it was fabulous. I haven't purchased any peaches yet and maybe I should! I did make a blueberry cobbler recently, using the last of the berries I grew. Now I'm on a zucchini kick...Have a wonderful week, Judith.
    Beth

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  20. What a lovely tea and there's not much of anything in the world better than Peach Cobbler. Yours sure does look good, too.:))

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