Hosting A TEA PARTY at home ! + American Teenagers reaction #diy #tablesetting #howto

Hosting at Home – Hosting A TEA PARTY at home ! + American Teenagers reaction #diy #tablesetting #howto


Hosting A TEA PARTY at home ! + American Teenagers reaction #diy #tablesetting #howto

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As summer comes to an end it is time to host a Tea Party ! Who doesn’t like a beautiful & romantic table setting with pretty and delicious foods, exotic teas and …

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Hosting A TEA PARTY at home ! + American Teenagers reaction #diy #tablesetting #howto

33 thoughts on “Hosting at Home – Hosting A TEA PARTY at home ! + American Teenagers reaction #diy #tablesetting #howto

  1. I love this, I love how obviously your hubby is enjoying everything and how the two of you have a "tea rapport" and you can tell you enjoy each other's company, and your children are so lovely, and just like kids putting up with parents ideas, LOL. But they will look back on this fondly and who knows, they may host a tea of their own with their parents as the guests of honor when they are old enough to appreciate such a loving event. and yes "Use Your Stuff!!" I'm going to use my stuff too!! Thanks for sharing ~Lottie

  2. Dear Habiba, thank you for inviting me to your tea party. I enjoyed it very much. I felt more comfortable, as well as your handsome children. This special gift of knowledge you share with your children is priceless.
    You are so lovely and a wonderful host!

  3. Your tea party looked lovely and delicious. Your ladies' dresses are so beautiful, as are you ladies. I love fresh fruit, too, especially figs and dates! Before the pandemic, I had a "Poetry Potluck Tea" once per month. The potluck part was that I provided the sandwiches and tea (and champagne); my friends brought dessert. My friends and I would share poetry and short writings that we either wrote (some of us are writers), or came from our favorite author. Our tea party would last for a couple of hours, discussing our readings. I miss it so, and my friends. Can't wait until we're together again! Take care. Happy trails.

  4. Well done Habiba for re-enacting this tradition that is fast-disappearing & needs restoring.

    On another note, as a Home Economist, I'm surprised you find an unserrated knife easier when cutting a sandwich. It generally squashes the filling out of the sides because more pressure is required on the bread to achieve a clean cut. Whereas with a serrated bread knife, there's less pressure on the bread because you let the knife do the job by gently sliding back & forth in the same way a carpenter's saw does (with the littlest pressure). You get a cleaner cut with no mess from filling squashed out when cutting your sandwich into sizeable quarters. Squashed-out filling oozing out of a sandwich slice is a culinary faux pas. Try a serrated bread knife next time & with better cutting technic you'll notice a huge difference.

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