Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Tea Time

Since Selma is known for History and Hospitality, and since I usually just post its history, today I am being hospitable and offering tea and cake! I am no Paula Deen (Bless her heart!), but I made a cake with tinted, seven-minute frosting and put colorful sprinkles on top. It is delicious with some sweet iced tea and is best when shared with friends and bloggers from around the world...Enjoy!

13 comments:

k9cory said...

Yummy!!!!!!!! Great Blog.

crittoria said...

Looks very inviting - I'll take a tall glass of tea and a big slice of cake, please! Thanks very much! ;-)

ft. lauderdale daily photo said...

YUM! Tell me it was a red velvet cake and I will dream of it.

Jim said...

Looks great, can I have just a small slice? The diet you know.

Rose said...

You don't know what you are doing to me! My husband is diabetic and my daughter doesn't eat many sweets at all and I told her last night I would kill for something baked fresh from our oven!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

oh that looks so good!!!

Kris McCracken said...

Now I am hungry all over again! Thanks for sharing it with the world.

Halcyon said...

I'd take your cake over Paula Deen's any day. It looks delicious!

The Texican said...

Now that looks good I don't care who you are. Some folks from LA (lower Alabama) took a rare trip outside the Sweet Tea belt and ended up at a restaurant for lunch. The waitress asked the first one what he would like to drink and he said "Swait tea". She replied, "We don't serve sweet tea here and moved around to the next one and repeated the question. She got the same answer "Swait tea." Bless their hearts, it's all they know. :)

Abraham Lincoln said...

This really looks good enough to eat.

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Rambling Round said...

Good morning! Thanks for popping over for tea and cake! I just made the cake yesterday, and now it is almost gone!
Abe, bless your heart for that Better Blog Writing blog! I will visit often.

Chris said...

LOVE 7-minute frosting. . .can't eat it now because of the sugar, but it was my favorite!

Virginia said...

Ummm, could I have some lemon and mint for my sweet tea please???