Karen Smith

Karen Smith

Wheatbelt WA / Farming in the wheatbelt with my beautiful family, enjoying our lifestyle and community.
Karen Smith
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A plate of distinctively shaped sandwiches creates a hearty mix of options that will satisfy late-afternoon appetites.

Deviled Egg Salad Finger Sandwiches - a classic for afternoon tea! Find these and other tea sandwich recipes weekly at Tea for Tuesdays.

For the Garden Party | Deviled Egg Tea Sandwich, Open Faced | I would go with the original recipe and use very finely diced shallots rather than onion powder; they won't clog the tip and the taste doesn't compare. | These are a neat twist on egg salad sandwiches or traditional deviled eggs :)

For the Garden Party | Deviled Egg Tea Sandwich, Open Faced | I would go with the original recipe and use very finely diced shallots rather than onion powder; they won't clog the tip and the taste doesn't compare. | These are a neat twist on egg salad sandwiches or traditional deviled eggs :)

Gentleman's afternoon tea. A twist on the British classic. Including a homemade scotch egg, pork pie, Cheese and Pancetta scone, a fruit scone, a home cooked Northumbrian Ham, tomato and rocket sandwich with a raspberry and chocolate trifle.

Gentleman's afternoon tea. A twist on the British classic. Including a homemade scotch egg, pork pie, Cheese and Pancetta scone, a fruit scone, a home cooked Northumbrian Ham, tomato and rocket sandwich with a raspberry and chocolate trifle.

http://homesteadbackyard.com/2014/07/health-benefits-drinking-tea.html/ Tea! N.B -cream tea is served with jam- not marmalade!(marmalade is served with breakfast toast!); it's 'elevenses' & is morning TEA break! low tea generally means tea & a sandwich & possibly cake or a biscuit - has nothing to do with seating arrangements!?

http://homesteadbackyard.com/2014/07/health-benefits-drinking-tea.html/ Tea! N.B -cream tea is served with jam- not marmalade!(marmalade is served with breakfast toast!); it's 'elevenses' & is morning TEA break! low tea generally means tea & a sandwich & possibly cake or a biscuit - has nothing to do with seating arrangements!?