Monday, July 8, 2013

Tea Time Tuesday....without tea

We roasted a chicken on the grill yesterday, so it's leftovers today. I don't like to reheat chicken, so I have made a chicken salad, perfect for a hot summer day like today.

I set our little round table on the deck, and picked a few flowers...lady's mantle, and pink baby's breath from our garden. Last week I found a pretty pink glass vase to put them in....found it in the thrift store...
Dessert is fruit, and beverage is sparkling soda for me and coke for Bob. No tea cups today...just some nice stemware purchased at Bowrings.


Lavender Cottage said...

Hi Millie
Thanks for your visit; this is my kind of lunch. I didn't show my tea things this week either as I don't have the nerve to be clicking away with company at the table.
If it's just hubby and I, he's used to it. :-)

Karen said...

Hi Millie,
Your luncheon looks delicious! Your hubby is a lucky guy! Such pretty goblets! Thanks for sharing.
Take care,

kitty said...

Hi Millie, your lunch looks wonderful! I'll be right over and I'll bring my blueberry crumb bars for dessert!

ellen b. said...

Your lunch and setting is very inviting!!

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

I think it will do just fine - looks quite inviting! Have a blessed week,

Lorrie said...

Millie, your lunch for two looks lovely and is just the thing for summer. I love chicken salad.

Two Cottages And Tea said...

Hi Millie,
Your lunch looks so inviting and delicious! I love chicken salad and it is so perfect for a summer day. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Such a delightful and pretty lunch in the garden. Hope you have a nice week, Millie.


Hi Millie!
I love your delish lunch, just my type of food, I love it, I could eat this everyday, lol! I wish I was going to your house and I also love the goblets..perfect! Thanks for your sweet and kind visit. Hugs,

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Millie,
This is my kind of lunch and I love chicken salad! The goblets are very pretty and I LOVE your pink baby's breath! Thanks for having us and for coming to tea.