Today it was the The Farmer and Princess Nikita’s turn to host Sunday Morning Tea; an event this dynamic duo ensure is never run of the mill.
The soundtrack was courtesy of Kingsman, a movie the two of them have recently enjoyed (much to the princesses surprise). The pikelets were served with nutella and/or The Princesses home-made raspberry and chocolate jam to accompany the whipped cream.
“Being a Man is a Matter of Age; Being a Gentleman is a Matter of Choice”
Happy Sunday from the Homestead Gents; despite the farm clothes, living proof the age of chivalry is not dead.
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Lovely picture, you’ll have to keep that one – goodness knows when you’ll get them all in such a sunny moment again.
Great quote. What exactly is Renovator holding? I thought at first maybe Tostitos on sticks…not much of a movie watcher, I actually got through whole chunks of Kingsman and enjoyed it too – lured by the knowledge that it had Michael Caine. Pikelets are clearly what we call pancakes (I’ve always wondered), which are usually a bit larger,and mostly served for breakfast. I would go with the chocolate raspberry jam, – I’ve never heard of it but it sounds wonderful – and skip the whipped cream.
Can you tell it took a great many attempts?
The Renovator is holding a bunch of harakeke (flax) woven flowers 🙂
I think you call our pikelets hot cakes…like little pancakes but lighter. We have pancakes here too; The Bean Counter’s favourite Crema breakfast is pancakes with bacon, bananas and maple syrup…guessing that owes a little to you guys.
The raspberry chocolate jam was my choice too…I’m not a fan of nutella. Skip the whipped cream?? I’m shocked 🙂
I’m always popular to sit next to when having dessert out, because it ALWAYS seems to come with whipped cream, and I’m always ready to scrape it off and pass it over. We don’t have hotcakes here. Or flapjacks.
I wish I wasn’t so partial to the stuff as do my clothes…
Hmmm…no hotcakes or flapjacks either. We’ll have to settle for small pancakes then 🙂
You say tomato, I say tomato. 🙂
What a splendid trio and how true the quote is. Afternoon tea sounded delicious although I am only just eating my porridge here!
They’re a great bunch of gentlemen – on a good day 🙂
A great photo of your gentlemen and a great quote too. I like pikelets (that is if we are talking about thin crumpets!? Or are they what I would call drop scones/Scotch pancakes?! – I like those too :D) There is so much confusion over names for foods isn’t there?
It makes the world just that much more interesting, I think 🙂
It does! 🙂
Have they thought of doing a topless calendar?
Possibly in their dreams… 😀
Ha, a great photo of some excellent Gentlemens! and remember: “A Gentlemen goes never out of style!” (love that movie!) xo Johanna
I wasn’t brave enough to watch it I’m a sookie with violence