– What We Eat and Where We're From –
Archival Art Print // Original Painting
6" x 4" Recipe Card // 9" x 6" Archival Print // 9" x 6" Original Painting
About this piece:
A 'Cream Tea' is a British tradition that can be found across England, in teahouses, bakeries, restaurants and even at home. It has always been a real treat to get dressed up for tea in London, or for a lovely pit stop at a tea room by the coast.
Growing up and even now, a trip to the South-West of England has to include some scones and clotted cream. There are two ways of eating a scone; the Devonshire way or the Cornish way. After splitting the scone in two, in Devon they cover each half with cream and then add strawberry jam. In Cornwall, they spread the jam first, and top with a spoonful of clotted cream. I prefer the Cornish way, and sometimes I add some strawberries on top too!
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