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Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Tea Time Tuesday


Greetings friends and a warm welcome to my 20th Tea Time Tuesday!

What do you do with a bowl full of rhubarb?


This is rhubarb season on the Island so today I thought I would serve some rhubarb goodies with our tea.
I made this pudding for our Bible study group the other night and there wasn't much left at the end of the evening! It really is a treat as our rhubarb season, just like our strawberry season, is so short.


A pudding fresh from the oven!

A favourite tea pot is being shown today. This tea pot has all the things I look for in a teapot; it is red, it is pretty, and it is transferware! Did you notice the rose bud climbing up the spout?


What could be better than a dish of this warm pudding and tea from this pretty tea pot?

This pudding is cake with a rhubarb sauce.We Islanders love our rhubarb because you can do so much with it. From this wonderful red plant, we can make all kinds of yummy treats like rhubarb jam, rhubarb sauce, rhubarb pudding, rhubarb muffins, rhubarb pie, chutney, crisp, cobbler..... well, you get the picture! I love it myself! And it is always pink when it is cooked; so pretty!

How about adding a scoop of ice cream? Mmmm, yummy!

Perhaps you would like to try a muffin. These are delicious and moist with a sugar topping; yum!
I have some rhubarb pie too.



I love June because everything is fresh and green. And the rhubarb is out!

"There is an appointed time for everything. And there is a time for every event under heaven - A time to plant, and a time to uproot what is planted." - Ecclesiastes 3: 1, 2

"You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me." - C.S. Lewis

Thank you for stopping by for tea today. If you would like to participate in Tea Time Tuesday all you have to do is let me know in your comment. Then just share a favourite teacup, tea pot, or a piece of china which you have used in a tea. A scripture verse, poem, or quote would also be most welcome. Either of the two Tea Time buttons at the top of my sidebar are available for you to use in your post if you wish. As a courtesy, please link back to me so that others may find their way here to visit my lovely participants. Have a wonderful day everyone!
There are other Tea Parties taking place today as well as mine. They are in the list below with the star * before their names..
Participants are in the order in which they started participating.


PARTICIPANTS

{Beth is having a Giveaway}
{Patty is having a Giveaway}





Sharing from my heart~ Sandi

28 comments:

  1. Beautiful teapot and the rhubarb goodies are so pretty! My husband grew up in MI and remembers lots of rhubarb.

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  2. Sandi, you have no idea how many people have never heard of, or tried rhubarb - they don't know what they're missing!
    I'd like to add rhubarb chutney to your list - yum!
    Always nice to join you for tea.
    Judith

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  3. Hi :) Your Rhubarb goodies look so yummy...they're making me hungry. And your teapot is so sweet!

    Happy Teacup Tuesday!
    Warmest, Brenda

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  4. Oh, I so love rhubarb!

    Of course your tea time photos make me smile with happiness.

    Becky K.

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  5. That looks delicious! Your teapot is lovely. It would be one of my favorites too!
    Have a great week.
    Sherry

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  6. Beautiful, and delicious looking as well. I have some of those same dishes, so yes, I like them very much!
    I love the rose colored transferware.
    Hugs,
    Terri
    p.s. I love rhubarb, especially with strawberries in a pie!

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  7. Dear Sandi,

    This is just delightful!~ I love your cranberry and white
    transferware and that delightful rhubarb recipe sounds and looks absolutely so yummy!..,

    Thanks for hosting yet another very deligthful tea party! I would love to partake with your tea as well this week!

    Please come join my tea parties also for this week Sandi; Pam and I would love to have you join us for The 34th,'Tuesday Tea For Two' as well as for 6th,'Teapot And Tea Things Tuesday'!..,

    Here is the link to my post for this week Sandi:
    http://theplumedpen.blogspot.com/2010/06/welcome-to-my-34th-tuesday-tea-for-two.html

    Hugs from Wanda Lee @ The Plumed Pen

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  8. Thank you for inviting me to tea! The rhubarb is beautiful. I would love the reciepes! Nice quote from C.S. Lewis too. He is awesome. I love to read. My degree is in Lit. You need to stop by my blog sometime too.

    Blessings,
    Amanda

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  9. Hi: I just love this set. The rose color tea pot, is stunning. All of it is so beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing. Blessings, Martha

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  10. Hi Sandi,
    Did you realize your china matches your desserts? Did you plan it that way? Very clever. I love the rose vine on the teapot.
    **peace**

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  11. What a beautiful tea set. Would you believe I have never tasted rhubarb? Yours looks so sweet and yummy. Thanks for posting my little giveaway...

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  12. Sandi, oh the goodies, so delish! Thanks for sharing such a wonderful tea and such a pretty tea pot~
    Happy Tea Tuesday, Theresa

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  13. Hi Sandi,
    Please add me to your list. Here's my link:
    http://laceandivycottage.blogspot.com/2010/06/tea-chocolate-and-roses.html

    Red transferware is one of my all time favorites! Your desserts are making my mouth water, too!

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  14. Hi Sandi,
    I would love to sit down with a cup of tea from that pretty teapot and enjoy a rhubarb treat.
    Isn't June a pretty time of the year! I am hoping the sun stays out today for our guests to enjoy the garden.
    thank you for hosting and I have joined you today.

    Carolyn

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  15. Thank you for your prayers, encouragement, and support.
    Blessings,
    andrea

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  16. I so love rhubabrb season too. We ahve a small village about an hour away that celebrates the season with Rosy Rhubarb Weekend. A combination of multiple garage sales and huge pots of rhubarb sauce and vanilla ice cream. One of my favorie recipes is strawberry, pineapple rhubarb jam.
    Thank for hostessing!!
    Love the red transferware teaset!
    Hope you are free for tea later!
    Blessings, Pam

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  17. I wasn't sure if this qualified as a teatime post but yes...by all means. Thank you.
    http://sewingseeds4u.blogspot.com/2010/06/tea-time-giveaway-and-mondays.html

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  18. Two of my favorite things: red teapots and rhubarb! My mouth is watering for some sauce....like Mom used to make.
    A beautiful post and a yummy treat to share with us!
    Have a great week,
    Jan

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  19. Hi Sandi! Your tea set is beautiful, and your rhubarb pudding is something new to me! I've never heard of it before, but it looks delicious! I have POSTED TODAY! Hooray, time has finally allowed, and I have missed it these past two or three weeks now! Here is my link:

    http://beansiebabbles.blogspot.com/2010/06/make-time-for-tea-time.html

    Thank you so much for hosting, and wishing you a wonderful day today, on this your 20th Tea Time Tuesday! ((hugs)) ~tina

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  20. Hi Sandi!
    I cant think of anything better today than a cup of tea poured from your gorgeous teapot and 2 pieces of all your yummies!!! I've never had rhubarb pie but I've heard it tastes like strawberries? Even better!!
    Hugs and Smiles,
    Lynn

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  21. Hello Sandi- Rhubarb reminds me of when I was a kid. Mum always made us soccer pie in the summer. Beautiful tea set and it matches your goodies so well ;) take care.

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  22. Sandi, Your rhubarb pudding and pie look fantastic! Gorgeous teaset too. I also love transferware. I enjoy rhubarb pie; think it's tiime for me to make one!

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  23. What a lovely tea time you have planned for your guests. The teapot is lovely and your rhubarb goodies make my mouth water.

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  24. Hello there Sandi: I absolutely love rhubarb too! What a great post here and yes I fixed the link. I usually try it first but was running so behind today!

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  25. Hi Sandi, I hope I can join your party again this week..
    Suzyq

    http://atthefarmhouse-suzyq.blogspot.com/2010/06/gorgeous-white-china.html

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  26. Sandi I love tea with rubarb pie!There is something wonderful about the sweet tart taste of rubarb goodies!Only happens once yearly here!Loved your teatime!

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  27. hello Sandi please include me in your next teatime tuesday - Judith

    www.unexpectedgems.blogspot.com

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  28. I'd like to start a rhubarb patch..I think I will now, since you made everything look so yummy.
    the tea pot is so pinky pretty.
    blessings,
    glenda

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I am delighted to have you visit me and I read every comment. Please forgive me for not being able to visit you all as there are so many of you lovely bloggy friends now. I will visit as much as possible. I wish you a day filled with JOY! ~ Sandi

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