Enjoying the first cuppa.
Now let’s enjoy the food!
Preparing for the Afternoon Tea Quiz!
投稿日: 9月 23, 2013 4件のコメント
Hi! I really enjoyed the party. Thank you!
I didn’t know that you never use mustard on bread when you make sandwiches.
I had two kinds of tea, sandwiches, scones with strawberry jam and mascarpone cream, Penguin’s bar which is a familiar chocolate to kids in the U.K. and biscuits dunking in tea, they are so good! I love dunking biscuits and sandwich with cucumber, cream cheese and apple!
Cream cheese goes well with apple! I didn’t know that.
I was so happy to eat sandwiches on two plates set.
I don’t know the exact name of the plates in the picture.
I really wanted to eat sandwiches on them and that was my dream.
Thank you for giving me the dream-come-true!
And thank you again for making and preparing everything!
I’d like to have a real fish and chips next time!
CUPPA is ” a cup of tea ” , right?
I’ll use this word.
I’m glad you enjoyed the party, Yuki. Thank you for coming. Actually, we do put mustard in sandwiches sometimes, and many people butter the bread too. I try to make healthier non-buttered sandwiches.
The sandwiches were served on a tiered plate. A tier is like a level, so wedding cakes are also tiered.
Yes, a cuppa is a cup of tea, although it could refer to coffee too. When a guest comes to your home in the UK, one of the first things you would say is, ‘Would you like a cuppa?’
OK, I’ll try and plan a fish ‘n’ chips party!
And I have a question. I don’t like SASHIMI ⥤⥤ SASHIMI isn’t my cuppa.
Would you say that? SASHIMI isn’t my cup of tea.
Actually, if we don’t like something, we wouldn’t shorten cup of tea to cuppa, so ‘sashimi isn’t my cup of tea,’ would be correct.
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