Monday, August 22, 2011

Tea Time - Clafouti

Today I made a cherry-nectarine clafouti for our tea break. I used the basic recipe from MGCC, but since I had some cherries and nectarines which were ripe and needed using up, I substituted them for the peaches.
I often use recipes from MGCC, and I am looking forward to their book signing on Wednesday, just a few blocks from our house...
My hubby and I had a slice of this dessert a few minutes after the photos were taken, while it was still warm....and yummm...was it tasty! My hubby said it was one of the best desserts he has ever tasted, and he's eaten quite a few over the years!!!
For our beverage, I brewed the Earl Grey tea in a Martha Stewart teapot. Hubby used the new Denby mug he received from his sis for his birthday and I drank mine out of my favorite Denby breakfast cup which came back from Scotland in my carry-on (sadly, it's twin got broken on the trip!)

Plates were purchased a Macy's a while ago.
My dahlias are finally blooming so they are included in the bouquet today.
I am joining Sandi for her weekly tea party should pay her a visit too!


Carolyn said...

A pretty tablescape and a tasty dessert-count me in!

I will have to give that recipe a try too.


Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Your tea table is looking very nice, Millie! I must try that dessert! I find this time of year I get such a hankering for fruit cobblers and the like and yours looks wonderful. Love your blue dishes too. The plates in particular are very pretty! Thank you for sharing this with us at Tea Time and I hope you have a lovely week.


Pamela Gordon said...

Pretty table! I love Denby pottery as it's so sturdy and timeless and comes in such lovely colours. Sorry one got broken in transport :-( That would be very disappointing! Dessert looks delicious! Pamela

♥ Miss Tea said...

love the blue color of tea set and lovely table setting too!


The enchanted home said...

So beautiful. My tea breaks normally resemble a paper cup with a bag of tea and if I am lucky a mashed cookie or half a muffin...I like your tea breaks much better!!
So beautiful, and that dessert looks heavenly. Thanks for stopping by today..this was a nice little treat!

Antiques And Teacups said...

I love clafouti! I was just planning one for this week. A good fruit combination. I love your plates as well! Thanks for sharing and for visiting!

Wanda Lee said...

Oh my Millie!

What fabulous photos of your DELIGHTFUL clafouti and tea table.., Yum!

Happy Tuesday Tea Time In Blogland!

Please feel most welcome to visit me for my 98th, 'Tuesday Tea For Two' and also for the '69th, 'Teapot And Tea Things Tuesday'.~ YOU ARE ALWAYS MOST WELCOME TO PARTAKE!

Hugs, Wanda Lee

xinex said...

Oh my! That dessert looks so delish! I need to check the recipe....Christine

Crafty Gardener said...

That looks like a delicious recipe. Very pretty setting for your table. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. It's always nice to meet another Canadian blogger. Did you see my Canada Blog Hop page?

Cindy said...

Your flower arrangement is gorgeous! Your tablescape is very pretty, too. What lovely dishes! Your husband's mug is so beautiful.
Have a good week! I had not heard the the MGCC girls were in town, I will have to see if I can get over there to see them, too.
Hugs, Cindy

Micupoftea~ said...

Oh, my! YUm, yum!!! Your baked fruit cobbler looks outstanding! The table, flowers, dishes all look so inviting~ What a wonderful dish to sit down and visit with your dear hubby. Thanks for visiting my blog~

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What a beautiful table. And THANK YOU for the link to the clafouti recipe. I used to make it years ago, but lost the recipe. I will have to try it once again :-)

Jocelyn @

Tiff said...

I am loving the pretty blues and whites in your china setting and that delish looking baking!!! Happy Tuesday and greetings from Australia!!!! X

yvette said...

White and blue are always a welcomed table and no one would be able to resist that clafouti..I can only imagine the perfume.A beautiful tea table setting.

ellen b. said...

Hi Millie! I'm so glad you were able to go to the book signing. Your blog really is beautiful and your photos are wonderful to my eyes! I look forward to visiting again. Blessings!