Welcome to the 33rd Tea Time Tuesday 
Persimmon Cake and Camelot Tea
My hubby’s first hot tea, yes the Camelot Tea is really good, we both agreed, the Camelot Tea has a taste of raspberries. Hubby loved his tea with no sugar, I took my tea with sugar and loved Vintage Tea Camelot Tea. My hubby and I both tried Vintage Tea’s Camelot Tea with milk, we both preferred the Camelot Tea without milk.

See my post on picking persimmons. (native persimmons)
My freshly baked Persimmon Cake, baked in small bunt cake pan.
Please come have tea with me!
I said to hubby! Yes, he did have tea, with me!

Just no pictures allowed! He only agreed, for he loves my persimmon cake!
My hubby had four of the little cups of Camelot Tea!

This has been my best Tea Party
Yet! For this Tea Party was just Hubby and me!

Persimmon cake with icing, placed on a bowl with pine straw rim, upon a piece of pottery.
A couple of gourds and red berries around the pottery. Add a piece of cotton and you have it all, for the farmers in my community are now picking the cotton fields

My sister, Gloria gave me this little set of tea cups and saucers on my 50th Birthday.

I set up the Tea Party in our bedroom.
The parrot table cloth was from a pen pal in Australia. The tea pot was bought at a garage sale 15 years ago, with four little round tea cups. One round tea cup got broke. So today I used one round teacup to hold the sugar. This is the first time all of my brown tea cups, saucers and brown tea pot have been used!
 I tied raffia on the napkins, that hold the flatware.

If you would like to have my persimmon cake recipe, let me know I’ll do the post on it.
I will be joining Susan at Between Naps On The Porch 
Michael Lee at Designs by Gollum 
Laurie at Bargain Hunting By Laurie
Thank You for joining me for Tea Time Tuesday
So sorry I am up late, had a family emergency to take care of. Thank you for understanding.
I am feeling a little better, and my grandson’s collar bone is mending well.
Thank to all of you for your prayers!
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  1. That tablecloth from your pen pal is just beautiful!!! It is so colorful and really brightens up your tea table!!! I’m sure your hubby appreciated the opportunity to sit and have tea with you. The persimmon cakes alone were a huge draw for him, I’m sure!!! Have a wonderful week!

  2. Aren’t those the very best teas, the ones we can share with someone we love! I would love to try those little cakes! I have never had anything with persimmon.
    Have a wonderful week!

  3. Bedroom TEA!!! That’s the most charming and coziest kind.

    Your tablescape is just so bright and pretty, and that tablecloth is FABULOUS!!

    And PLEASE post the Persimmon Cake recipe—you’ve mentioned it before, and I hoped you would.


  4. How nice that Terrie joined you for tea, Katherine. John will sit on the table with us but won’t drink tea. Your tea cups and the table cloth are beautiful and the persimmon cakes look delicious!…Christine

  5. Katherine, your tea-for-two tea party sounds like it was fun! And those cakes look delicious. I love your cloth that your friend sent as well as the cups and saucers from your sister. Just so cute!

    Hope you are feeling good and enjoyihg some beautiful spring weather. Sending love your way…


    Sheila 🙂

  6. The little cakes are so sweet…I haven’t had a persimmon in years, but I still remember what happens if you eat one that isn’t ripe!

    I love the teacups and saucers…so cute!

  7. Hello Lady Katherine!
    What a delightful teaparty for 2 you created for your sweet hubby!
    Every piece you selected is perfect for a nice fall afternoon and who could resist your persimmon cakes! They look scrumptious!!!!
    I would have to set up a football theme and pretzels for mine to join me . . . sigh . . .
    Hugs and Smiles,

  8. Tea with your Hubby is the best time of all. The whole tea setting seems very appropriate for taking tea in a manly way. The cakes also are most appealing to men, although most of us would like a bit of your persimmon cake with tea.

    Thank-you for hosting this tea time, Lady Katherine!

  9. Dear Lady Katherine,
    What a lovely and intimate tea party for you and your sweetheart. Please post your recipe – I would love one of those treats right now!
    <>< Concetta

  10. Your persimmon cakes are so lovely! You always do put together a beautiful plus delicious looking tea party! Glad you and hubby could enjoy each other’s company at tea time.
    Blessings, Beth

  11. How special to share a tea party with your husband. And we understand the “no pictures”. Your memories will remain! I am sure he was looking forward to those delicious cakes. Yum! And your table is just lovely. I am glad you are feeling better and best wishes to your grandson, too. I hope you continue to feel better and wish you the best.

  12. You’ve crafted your tea table perfectly for your husband as the guest. I think that he must have been very comfortable at your table…not to mention the cakes. Thank you for sharing your charming tea party. Cherry Kay

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