High Tea with a Twist
Sunday December 15, 2019  2pm - 4pm (2 Hours )
Culinary / Wine Community

(902) 582-3842

Legend has it that the tradition of high tea began in England in the late 1800s. At that time dinner was eaten late in the evening around 9pm, often leaving people hungry in the afternoon.

The Duchess of Bedford complained of a “sinking feeling” in her stomach during the day, and began taking tea and light snacks in the afternoon. She invited her friends to join her tea breaks, and the idea spread like wildfire through their social circles. High tea was the perfect way to enjoy a light meal and socialize with friends.

​Keeping with the tradition of enjoying a light meal and socializing with friends, we invite you to spend a springtime afternoon with us at Ross Creek. Serving high tea Ross Creek style, our chef uses locally sourced ingredients to offer you a delicious twist on the traditional finger foods and pastries that the Duchess of Bedford would have enjoyed with friends.


Savoury and Tea Sandwiches made with our homemade sourdough, 12-grain bread, pain de mie brioché, pumpernickel bread.

Non-vegetarian - Classic cucumber and dill, WILLY KRAUCH smoked salmon, homemade crème fraîche, capers, GETAWAY FARM ham, homemade apple chutney
Aunty Mary’s red pepper, tomato, thyme.

Vegetarian - Classic cucumber and dill, Avocado, homemade crème fraîche, Brie cheese, apple chutney, walnuts, homemade maple syrup, Aunty Mary’s red pepper, tomato, thyme.
Scones - Plain scones, Raisin scones, served with TANGLED GARDEN jam, honey from Annapolis Valley, cream.
Sweets - Pavlova aux fruits rouges/pavlova with berries, Mousse au chocolat noir parfumée à la cannelle/chocolate cinnamon mousse, Madeleine/French lemon tea cake, Mini gâteau aux carottes/mini carrot cake, Apple Bites with Maple Syrup.

Some items might change due to seasonal availability


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Ross Creek Centre for the Arts 902 582-3842 555 Ross Creek Road Canning, Nova Scotia B0P 1H0