Still reading Anne of Green Gables. It's such a fun read. Maybe it's the foodie in me, but I've really been noticing all the food references, which include cakes, biscuits, pies and so on. Also often mentioned is Tea, as in the meal, not the beverage (although the beverage tea is part of the meal). If you want to read more about Tea the meal, check out the wikipedia page on it.
On a side note, I haven't had coffee in like, 5 days. It's been all tea all the time. I've always liked tea and coffee, but lately, and maybe it's just because I'm surrounded by bad coffee all the time, but I just haven't been in the mood for coffee, so I finally just decided to stop drinking it. Unless I go out to a place I know makes great coffee, like here or here.
I really want to have a Tea party sometime, wouldn't that be fab? With little cucumber sandwiches and scones and clotted cream and whatnot. I think it would be lovely. I also want to go to a tea shop, and this one in Beaverton, Tea Thyme and Lavender, has always been on my list, antique shop and tea house, love it! Not quite the traditional Tea house but I still think it looks like fun.
Anywho that's all I got on tea for now. Do you like tea? Are you a tea, coffee or both person?