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Another Father’s Day has come and gone. Our son, Master James, dined with us as Lord D proudly prepared his famous grilled roast beast (steak) feast. Celebrated around the world, Father’s Day started at church, much like Mother’s Day did. Check out my quick history on Father’s Day. While it is now celebrated in the UK, Father’s Day did not take off in that region until the 1970′s so sadly Lord Grantham did not enjoy that “special day” of recognition for his fatherly duties.
Also this weekend, Queen Elizabeth celebrated her public “birthday”, although her official birthday is in April.
As you may know, Tea Tuesday is a weekly tradition I started, dishing about Downton Abbey, featuring a new “Downton” era recipe. Refer to my Online Guide to Afternoon Tea, helpful in understanding traditions and recipes to help you host your own tea party with family and friends.
This week’s treat is a sinfully light chocolate frozen yoghurt. Lord D loves his chocolate and this delicious frozen yoghurt allows him to has his cake and eat this too.