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September 07, 2005


Kids Cell Phone

Very good post. Made me realize I was totally wrong about this issue. I figure that one learns something new everyday. Mrs Right learned her lesson! Nice, informative website by the way.

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Food historians say the Greeks and Romans ate mixed greens and dressing, and the Babylonians were known to have dressed greens with oil and vinegar two thousand years ago.

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Wonderful collection of Tea party snacks.


Toronto Tea Leaf Reader

Great website; I send our organizers to your site to get some ideas about Nosh at their Tea Parties. :)

Having a Tea Leaf Reader at a Tea party is a great idea too. Try us out:

We are currently reading in Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, and Montreal; however, we are expanding into other areas as well.

Keep drinking the tea!!


hi there im a banqueting ass manager and our Gm wants us to improve our hight tea satation, and we have run out of ideas we would like it if you could give us some good suggestions to improve it we work in a 4* hotel in South Africa and would be great if some one could helpl us out???

Nona Nita

I have used the quick bread mixes from the supermarket in the shaped baking tubes (Pampered Chef sells them among other vendors). If you spray them with oil ahead of time, they slide out easily. If you wait until they cool a bit, it is easy to cut the slices thinly and strait with a sharp knife, using the tube itself as a guide. Slip a bit out, slice...slip a bit out slice. Very festive and surprisingly, very tasty.


Could you post more things? I'd love some new recipies! :)


Bex, no I don't think they ship to the U.S. We 'mericans still have to shift for ourselves. :)


Tesco?! I wish I could still get a Tesco they're across the pond! Oh Tesco and nice little Irish cheese sangwiches. I can't eat them here I might choke on the idea.
But seriously, I don't even think that tesco ships to america does it?

Cindy W.

Oooooh, that havarti garlic sandwich sounds great -- especially with a nice malty assam (or perhaps a good and smoky lapsang).

Thanks for posting the combination!


The egg salad and "Havarti Garlic Delight" sound great! I'll throw one of my bread mixes from the freezer in the bread maker and set the timer before I head out. Fresh bread to make some cool sandwiches. Just the thing to look forward to when I get in later.


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