All is Not Lost in Lostwithiel

Cafe / Tea Room | 10th February 2010 | By

I’ve just had my first guest post published over at Chow & Chatter – thanks to Rebecca for this. It’s about cream teas in the pretty Cornish town of Lostwithiel. Unfortunately, there seems to be some problems with the pictures displaying, but hopefully this will soon be sorted!

Doesn’t look like the photo problem is going to be resolved, so I’ve decided to post them all here with accompanying text for those that are interested – they say a picture (even mine?) is worth a thousand words.


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    10th February 2010

    That’s a lovely post, I look forward to seeing the photos. I would love to try a Cornish split, I had no idea about them being the forerunner to the scone. I hope it brings you lots of new readers to your lovely blog.

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    Queen "B"
    10th February 2010

    Aloha!! I feel like I have won a great prize dropping into see you!!
    FABULOUS,SCRUMPTIOUS,DECADENT and the list goes on,
    your newest FRIEND IN CHOCOLATE

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    11th February 2010

    You’re really buzzing on this blogging business these days. You’ve tonnes of followers, guest blogging, tweeting – the full bag o’ mashings! Well done on this success.

    Your posts on mooching and eating cakes in Cornwall have made me want to visit (although I might wait until summertime)

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    13th February 2010

    Kath – Maybe you could put Cornish Splits next on your baking list and thanks for your supportive comments.

    Thanks Chele

    Aloha Brandi and welcome. Thanks for following as well as your perspicacious comments

    Sushma Mallya – thank you again

    VegBoxBoy – Well cocoa is a superfood!

    I wouldn’t wait until summertime if last year is anything to go by – it rained and rained and rained some more!

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