The stories of my life on a little island in the middle of the Mediterranean sea ... and my occasional adventures beyond these shores.

Friday, 20 July 2012

A Craving For …

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… Cornish cream tea.
When it comes to food, Cornwall is famous for two things: pasties (more about those some other time) and cream teas.
Cream teas consist of a cup of tea served with scones, strawberry jam and thick, buttery, golden Cornish cream. It’s the epitome of decadence but well worth the hundreds of calories per mouthful.
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We found a lovely restaurant in Mousehole serving cream tea – the best we had on our trip. And I absolutely loved the décor – the clean lines, the vintage touches and the simple white roses. Bliss!
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But I need to let you in on a little secret – I don’t like tea. So I had … let’s call it a cream coffee, instead. It was perfect.
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2 Fore Street Restaurant
Fore Street
Mousehole TR19 6QU
Cornwall

10 comments:

  1. Loree, these images are gorgeous. I love wood and white -- so clean.

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  2. Now I am craving those scones and can't have them Loree!!
    Bon weekend...

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  3. Oh boy, Loree, I could go for some (and more) right now! Looks so enticing..

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  4. Loree - those pastries look delicious. You made me hungry. I am with you...give me some coffee instead of tea!

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  5. Mmm I'd love to taste those scones!
    Lovely pics too : )
    Thanks for sharing these with us Loree,
    Doreen

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  6. we used to call it clotted cream when we lived in england - you can't get anything like it in the states. thanks for bringing back some delicious memories~

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  7. Everything looks delightfully decadent.. and, as you mentioned, worth every calorie.
    Wishing you a lovely week! xoxo, B

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  8. This make me drooled! Such delightful presentation, and tempting the senses!

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  9. When I visited London a few years ago, my friend drove me down to Brighton, and I had the most heavenly cream tea at a place called the Mock Turtle. It was the first time I had ever had cream tea, and I'll never forget it.

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  10. Oh how I'd love to be there sipping coffee...

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