Sunday, April 18, 2010

Celebrating the Victorian Era

The special event featured in the tea room today is The Victorian Ladies Tea and Program. We will be celebrating the Victorian Era with an elegant Afternoon Tea and a presentation by Lady Lisa Lewis, a living history actress of the Victorian and Edwardian Era.
(The Victoria Memorial, placed at the center of the Queen's Gardens in front of Buckingham Palace, London, England)
The Menu Today:
Baked Vegetable Terrine with Assorted Crackers
Royal Crown Savory Cheese Swirls
Prince Albert's Savory Roast Beef & Tomato Muffin
The Royal Ladies Dijon & Olive Egg Salad Triangles
Victorian Herbed Puff Pastry Pinwheels
The Duke of Windsor's Famous Sausage Rolls
Miss Fanny's Garden Vegetable Pastry Sandwich
Queen Victoria's English Cream Scones
Olde English Seed Cake
True Devon Cream & Strawberry Jelly
Fresh Orange Slices
Almond Cream Filled Strawberry
Mrs. Beeton's Raspberry Mousse in Meringue Shells
Princess Victoria's Lemon Tea Cake with Lemon Curd
The Royal Palace Sherry Fruit Topped Cake
A Simply Sweet Sampling of Syllabub

3 comments:

lemonverbenalady said...

Wow! That's a menu to please a Queen. Hope I get to visit the Queen later this year!

Linda J. said...

What a tea-riffic menu! I'm sure ladies celebrating any era would be pleased with your menu!

Anonymous said...

The afternoon was special with yummy food sure to please any Victorian lady. Nancy must have worked for days to prepare the marvelous food. It was a treat to hear Lady Lisa and to see her wonderful collection of Victorian fashions - jp