Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Delicious Gift and Teacup♪

Yesterday, my young pretty ex-student brought me hand-made bread again. She was carrying a big basket full of them. Ha-ha, not all of them were for us. She came after her baking lesson around three in the afternoon, so we enjoyed early snack time to the fullest. I had them with green tea, which as you can see kind of brewed strongly. Even if I'm a Japanese, this might be an odd mixture. 
cinnamon roll, cheese buns, raisin buns, they were all SO soft and tasty.












        

   

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22 comments:

Snap said...

The goodies make my mouth water and I like your tea cup very much. Happy Tea Day!

Barbara F. said...

Those sweet breads look delicious. I love your teacups and the doily is lovely, too! xo

Mariette's Back to Basics said...

Dearest Orchid,

There are two things: you must have earned quite some credit for being an awsome teacher if they treat you like this! Wow, that is a royal treatment for any person. You certainly got spoiled there and they look so picture-perfect like magazine material. That young student is a talented young lady!

Would love to sip a cup of green tea with you and try one of those breads...

Lots of love,

Mariette

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: Thank you for joining Tea Cup Tuesday. I love your two amazing tea cups. I don't think I have ever seen cups like this. They are truly beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing them with us. Have a great week. Blessings, Martha

Liz said...

Those little cakes look lovely! Your teacup is beautiful. Greetings from Scotland.
Liz

Thisisme. said...

What beautiful cups and saucers you have there - it all looks very English!! Alll those little sweetbreads look so delicious! Lucky you :)

Trish - Sweetology101 said...

Orchid this is so sweet. Those yummies look divine. So pretty are your cups. Link up your great post to Tea Party Tuesday with me here: http://sweetology101.blogspot.com/2011/06/tea-party-tuesday-link-up-2-elegant.html

artistamyjo said...

The bread looks delicious,I can see here you would enjoy it.
The teacup is beautiful.fit for a Queen, just like you.
Hugs, Amy

Terri said...

Oh my, your young friend does bake well! What a delicious treat! Your tea cups and saucers are so pretty. I love both of the cups you show.
Thank you so much for sharing.
Hugs,
Terri

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Orchid,
What a beautiful name, and lovely tea cups! The bread treats look really delicious! You are invited to join my tea party too if you wish. I live on PEI, home of Anne of Green Gables, just in case you're interested. Thanks for sharing and Happy Tea Day.

Blessings,
Sandi

KathyB. said...

Home made breads and tea, what a wonderful way to share tea with us, and make us hungry! The teacups are very pretty.

romance-of-roses said...

Hello Orchid, so happy to meet you. Yes, I am now following you and you can come back and follow me too. Your blog is lovely and I can almost smell those rolls.
Lovingly...Lu

Sush said...

Orchid, how loved you must be to receive such delicious baked goods! Your tea cups are so lovely, I am sure it was a delightful treat.
Hugs~

Tamago said...

Mmm! They look so yummy! How nice of your ex-student to bring you such a wonderful gift. Your teacups are beautiful. Enjoy your snack time and have a wonderful day :-)

Marilyn said...

You are so lucky to have your lovely young student friend to drop by for tea. :) Blessings dear Orchid. Marilyn from Australia.

Mariette's Back to Basics said...

Dearest Orchid,

As to your remark: 'Although i couldn't understand what you said that they were photos from a PPS you received and you made a Screenshot, you can enjoy them in your garden!!!'
A PPS is a Power Point Slideshow that people do send around as email attachment. So I took those birds from there, with a Screenshot, a program that is on my PC. So now you know! It is one of the hardest things to understand those thousands of abbreviations here in the US. After nearly 28 years, even we don't know what certain words mean. I have to look it up or figure out by reading the rest of the story.
That's life!

Lots of love,

Mariette

Sunshineshelle said...

Yum!! I feel hungry now LOL! How thoughtful of your student, I can tell you must have been a treasured teacher. Like most people I remember how much inspiration is gained as a student from someone who is a dedicated teacher who loves their chosen vocation :)

Fun With This and That said...

The arrangments are so pretty. The bread look wonderful .Love breads Not much for tea but would love having it with you.
Laura

Fun With This and That said...

Would love to have the bread and tea with you .Your arrangments are so pretty. Laura

Mina said...

Oh Orchid, how delicious! They all look wonderful and your tea cups and saucers are so dainty and beautiful. It all makes me so hungry.

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

what beautiful tea cups! my mother collected tea cups for awhile and i have always admired them.

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

Your tea cups are lovely! I collect tea cups and saucers and love to have friends over for tea. The treats look so good too!