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Menu for December 2016
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

Savories
Served with Indian Assam Traditional Black Tea

Beef Wellington with Herbed Boursin
Ebenezer’s Cheddar Chutney on a Pâte Brisée Star
The Cratchits’ Sweet Potato Gratin
Fezziwig’s Fidget Pie
Traditional Cucumber Tea Sandwich: Walnut Cream Cheese on Cinnamon Raisin Bread

Breads
Served with Sparkling Sugar Plum Scented Black Tea

Holiday Eggnog Bread
St. James Traditional Cream Scone
Cranberry Curd & Clotted Cream

Sweets
Served with Cranberry Blush Green Tea

Tiny Tim’s Sticky Toffee Pudding
Marley’s Chocolate
Sugar Plum Cookie
Christmas Present Truffle

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Vegetarian Menu for December 2016
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

Savories
Served with Indian Assam Traditional Black Tea

Butternut Squash & Mushroom Wellington
Ebenezer’s Cheddar Chutney on a Pâte Brisée Star
The Cratchits’ Sweet Potato Gratin
Fezziwig’s Fidget Pie with Spinach & Pine Nuts
Traditional Cucumber Tea Sandwich: Walnut Cream Cheese on Cinnamon Raisin Bread

Breads
Served with Sparkling Sugar Plum Scented Black Tea

Holiday Eggnog Bread
St. James Traditional Cream Scone
Cranberry Curd & Clotted Cream

Sweets
Served with Cranberry Blush Green Tea

Tiny Tim’s Sticky Toffee Pudding
Marley’s Chocolate
Sugar Plum Cookie
Christmas Present Truffle

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Menu for January 2017
Tea in the Shire

Savories
served with “Earl of St. James” Traditional Black Tea

Bilbo Baggins’ Chicken B’stilla
Frodo & Sam’s Rosemary Corncake with Ham
Middle Earth Roasted Fall Vegetables
Meriadoc’s Gruyere Quiche
Gandalf’s Traditional Tea Sandwich: Green Olive Tapenade & Goat Cheese

Breads
served with “Hearthside Toddy” Scented Black Tea

Hobbiton Herb Roll
St. James Traditional Cream Scone
Lemon Curd & Clotted Cream

Sweets
served with “Holiday Spice” Herbal

Rivendell Pumpkin Chai Pudding
Pippin’s Clementine Cake
Chocolate One Ring Tart

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Vegetarian Menu for January 2017
Tea in the Shire

Savories
served with “Earl of St. James” Traditional Black Tea

Bilbo Baggins’ Chickpea B’stilla
Frodo & Sam’s Rosemary Corncake with Cheddar
Middle Earth Roasted Fall Vegetables
Meriadoc’s Gruyere Quiche
Gandalf’s Traditional Tea Sandwich: Green Olive Tapenade & Goat Cheese

Breads
served with “Hearthside Toddy” Scented Black Tea

Hobbiton Herb Roll
St. James Traditional Cream Scone
Lemon Curd & Clotted Cream

Sweets
served with “Holiday Spice” Herbal

Rivendell Pumpkin Chai Pudding
Pippin’s Clementine Cake
Chocolate One Ring Tart

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Upgrades must be requested at least 48 hours (two business days) before your reservation, as they require advance preparation. No exceptions, substitutions or changes. View Ingredients for the current menu. ~ add the upgrade amount below to the Afternoon Tea price (Prices are subject to change without notice.) Upgrades 1-3 cannot be combined. 1. Nut-Free

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Below is a basic ingredient list for the current month’s menu. This is not a complete list, but a list of ingredients most likely to affect allergies. Due to the complicated nature of guest allergies and dietary restrictions, and the excess labor involved, The St. James Tearoom cannot make ANY menu substitutions or changes beyond the

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by Mary Alice Higbie In the grand European tradition, we are now offering for your pleasure a fine selection of alcoholic Apéritifs and Digestifs to accompany your tea. Europeans deliberately celebrate―each other, each meal, even time with another person for a drink. They take the time; they string it out as long as they can,

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