Photo Hunt: Pointed

‘Pointed’ cucumber sandwiches at a recent tea party with some close friends.

This was at a friend’s house. She did everything by hand herself. Except the wee cakes.

Here are some others:

hand-made table decorations

my name is really Andrea, I’ve been fooling you all, all along

aye, it was that good

cucumber, red pepper and olive thingies with cream cheese on rice cake hingers. basically.

I had a great time. There was even scones and clotted cream. I was in British heaven.

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38 responses to “Photo Hunt: Pointed

  1. Ah I’ve not been to a high tea in years. A very tasty choice for this week’s theme. Happy weekend

  2. I’m feeling hungry already – great photos ..

  3. great idea for this weeks theme! πŸ™‚
    I’m feeling hungry now!
    View mine if you wish here thanks…

  4. your posts are making me hungry. they all look so yummy! mine’s up at http://jadeomar.blogspot.com/2008/07/photohunt-pointed.html

  5. That must have been a lovely party πŸ™‚ Your photos look sweet and these are making me hungry.

    Have a great weekend.

  6. I love the presentation. They look so dainty actually.

  7. She did that all by herself? Impressive! Good job.

    I’ve got my PhotoHunt entry up at http://www.anniemayhem.com/cgi-bin/wordpress/ in case you’re interested. If you do visit, please leave a comment and feel free to explore the rest of my little blog.

  8. Fine selection. Yummy. Although – I wonder – do people actually eat these cucumber sandwiches? I always thought it’s some elaborate British punishment (self-) for some ancient sins…

    Have a great weekend.

  9. What a pretty table presentation! Your pics capture so many beautiful aspects! Very inviting!

  10. Oh dear Lord in Heaven Above! I want friends that put out a spread like that!! MMmm mmmm mmmm

  11. What a beautiful setup! Everything looks so dee-lish and so pretty!

    Write From Karen

  12. Great shots … all look so yummy!
    Happy weekend.

  13. Those photos are LOVELY! And the food looks DELICIOUS!

  14. Yummmmmmmmmmy! Now I am hungry. :S

    Great photos! I did Photo Hunt today, too! Come see mine and put your link up. πŸ™‚
    http://newyorktraveler.net/photo-hunters-pointed/

  15. Wow Siobhan. That’s some party for your self proclaimed “tumbleweed” town.

  16. How lovely it all looks. Was that a dish of spent lemon curd in the give-away photo with your name placard?

    I took my girlfriend to a High Tea last month which included a fund-raiser for the Make-A-Wish Foundation (for terminally ill children). We won the drawing to attend the next week’s Beethoven Gala by the London Symphony Orchestra in the new Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa, California. We went, of course. It was an unexpected benefit to a wonderul High Tea afternoon.

    “Mac”
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    http://www.greensfirst.com/5039

  17. Wow, now I”m hungry,..lol. Looks like you had a grand time. Have a good weekend.

  18. Good heavens! That looks so yummy, and delicious πŸ™‚ Almost too pretty to eat….ALMOST πŸ˜‰

    Your friend is so talented to have made all of these!

  19. Talent like that is simply… annoying. πŸ˜‰

    (I’m just jealous!)

  20. good lord have mercy, why did i never go to a British tea party???

    franzi

  21. Fantastic Pictures My Dear :o)

  22. WOW! I’m so hungry now! (But would hate to eat that stuff because it looks so very pretty while it’s untouched. LOL)

  23. That’s gorgeous. I’ve never made anything that looks that nice – ever.

  24. I take that stuff with the strawberries – yummie πŸ™‚

  25. anglophilefootballfanatic

    I wish I could pull something like that off. I love tea sandwices. I can imagine you were in Brit heaven. It’s delicious.

  26. Perfect choice for the pointed theme! It all looks delicious!

  27. They all look so good! I admire your discipline in taking photos …. I would have been stuffing my face!!

    High tea isn’t such a common thing here in South Africa but believe it or not one of the most fantastic high teas I ever had was in Zimbabwe … you know the old colonial style (that was loooooong ago before all the crap that is happening there now).
    http://www.winingandironing.wordpress.com

  28. Thanks so much for the email! That was sweet…I just read blogs that I like and then comment on them when they make me laugh or smile or think…which can be scary!lol!

    That party looks so classy and fun!

    It’s funny but I have been planning a trip to London, England for 6 months and we go at the beginning of August…I am so excited and it will be my first time…

    So if there is a must Do or must SEE then let me know! Thanks again for emailing me…I LOVED it!

  29. Hi,
    I came over from AFF’s blog to apologize for calling tartan/plaid. I’m clueless. I love your #70 of 101 things too. Come visit me sometime. πŸ˜€

  30. I had lunch before visiting but am ready to eat, again! Yum

  31. You’ve got bling! (Check my comment box)

  32. Wow that’s quite a spread…and great pics too!

  33. Oh, thanks for the reply. I knew that you were kidding. It’s ok. But I don’t know the lingo. πŸ˜€

  34. Oh man. those look too fancy to eat. Maybe I would stand next to them and get my picture taken with them, but to chew it up? I just couldn’t.

  35. that looks so good,

    Gill from Canada

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