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Location: Maadi, Cairo, Egypt


Hows about lunch...

What I've got so far...

  • Gingham tablecloths

We see a lot of gingham in the old illustrations. I have the red one too. Oh and I just realized I have gingham exactly like the tablecloth in the illustration, gotta get around to that project.

  • Porridge

I just thought it was cute and the box matched the period.

  • Black cauldron

For over the kitchen fireplace. It's a brick fireplace, so I'll show it later when I show all the kitchen items.

  • Extract of malt

Tigger's favorite food:
Extract of Malt. Very Fussy Eater. Known to hate hunny, haycorns, and thistles.

  • Hot Cross Buns

Matches 1920's British countryside theme

  • Salmon

I guess cause he's a bear but mostly because I loved the miniature.

  • Watercress sandwiches

Very classic Kanga, and also probably the healthiest vegetable on earth.

I'm working on getting tons of honey pots and a bowl of haycorns for Piglet, since haycorns are made up I'll probably get a bowl of walnuts, and maybe I'll commission a bowl of thistle in the future.




Blogger Debbie said...

Lovely little table setting, looking forward to seeing more.
Mini Hugs

Blogger Sam said...

Hi, this is a fascinating project, you probably know this already but coriander seeds make excellent miniature walnuts!-thought I'd share that with you!

Blogger De said...

I was going to post about the coriander seeds, too. This is a beautiful project. I can't wait to see the finished house!

Blogger Miss Tara Ericson said...

No I really didn't know that about coriander seeds, I found some and almost dropped jaw at how exact they were to what I wanted.


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