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Monday, November 12, 2012

Tea-Time Tuesday ~ Paul Revere

 Liberty Blue china, made in England.The blue & white and the history represented make this china especially appealing to me.
 I have to admit, this cup for Tea-Time Tuesday is filled with strong  black coffee, my beverage of first choice. I am a Pacific Northwesterner & of primarily Scandinavian descent, thus, black coffee (no cream or sugar) is usually my first choice of hot drink.
 *Liberty Blue* Historical Colonial Scenes, Old North Church ~ Made in England. This particular pattern memorializes the midnight ride of Paul Revere.If you're interested in the history of this event and the site, click here*.
 The early history of our nation is fascinating to me, and to combine it with the Thanksgiving celebrations we observe in this month make it a natural for me to display the Liberty Blue tea / coffee cup.
Of course, anyone who loves strong black coffee or tea knows, it is best accompanied by a good sugar cookie.Fortunately, I made a dozen or more.* Now for another pot of coffee, I have a Thanksgiving menu and shopping list to work on.

I am linking with these ladies for Tea-Time Tuesday :


Anonymous said...

I have not seen this pattern of the North Church before. How lovely to enjoy a cup of coffee in this historical pattern. The sugar cookies look tempting!!!
Blessings to you all this Thanksgiving season.

Deanna said...

Sweet Autumn Blessings to you!
The dishes are lovely. All looks so good.

Thanksgiving is getting close....have a blessed one,

GardenOfDaisies said...

Lovely Liberty Blue! I have some of those dishes. Your sugar cookies look delicious, too.

LindaSue said...

as I recall - you have a very special cookie recipe from FIL? beautiful dishes and as always interesting background information.

Connie said...

Pretty china, Kathy. Those cookies look delicious.

The Dragonfly On Iron Gate said...

I stopped by to say thanks for the visit to my bolg and I see your were in the same mood as me! Blue and White. I love your turkey! I stopped by your CHICKEN blog. I want chicken so bad! I need to learn how to keep them and what to do with them in the winter. I'm excites to start my chicken journey! Jules ~ happy fall !!!

sandy said...

I love your cup and saucer! Being Scandinavian, I also enjoy coffee black...with sweets!
Have a wonderful week!
sandy ;)

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

I'd love to be able to drink my tea or coffee black, but it must be my English background that begs for milk/cream. Cookies are a must.

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Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Good morning Kathy,
Your Liberty blue is lovely and I do enjoy a nice mug of coffee in the morning. Although my background is mostly English, I take both my coffee and tea black. Hubby likes a cookie with his coffee or tea too. I am posting the Mini Trifle recipe at my HOME party at 1:00 this afternoon if you would like to stop by for it. Thank you for coming to tea and have a beautiful day.


Paula said...

Beautiful pattern, Kathy! I love anything blue. And sugar cookies sound yummy...

Anonymous said...

Beautiful tea cups..love the rich blue color as well as the pattern..I have to admit , my favorite beverage is also black coffee. I just signed up as your newest follower.

Wendy said...

Yum - your sugar cookies look wonderful!
I haven't seen your deep blue pattern before. It's lovely.

Coffee's good. (I prefer mine with lots of milk.)

Dolores said...

I love your beautiful blue tea cups and saucers....the sugar cookies with tea, sounds yummy.
I'm working on my list and menu for thanksgiving too....thanking God for my family coming for the day!

Terri said...

Lovely tea! I do have a soft spot for blue and white china, and your set is wonderful! The cookies look good too! Tea and cookies were meant for each other : )

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