Choose the right ingredients for your cricket tea Four loaves for sandwiches An assortment of savouries (probably two of each) such as pork pie segments, mini sausage rolls, mini scotch eggs,... An assortment of cakes, tarts, sweet items, or those chocolate Rice Crispy things Some crisps or tortilla ...
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How To Make A Perfect Cricket Tea 1. Cups of tea. You'll need 2 pints of milk and check to see if teabags are required (the club usually have a stock). Go... 2. Jugs of squash. Remarkably, not everybody likes tea and, on hot days, some players prefer squash/or drink both. 3. Sandwiches. You are ...
No cricket tea is complete without. Also nice to include fresh strawberries in some capacity. Personally I'd add them to the victoria sponge and replace the buttercream with fresh whipped cream. Alternatively, serve with short bread, fresh mint and cream. Oh and ditch the pizza, it has no place in a cricket tea.
Milton Cricket Club’s Guide to making the tea’s. Posted May 9th, 2015 by Milton Cricket Club & filed under General, Teas.. Making the teas is a great way to inspire your team and to be helpful to your otherwise massively overloaded team captains.
1 hour before tea – Fill tea urn and switch on. Takes 45 mins or so then it can simmer 1 hour before tea – Cook anything hot in the oven ½ hour before tea – Cut up cakes and lay out everything ½ hour before tea – A supply of teaspoons in a cup, sugar and milk. Ten minutes prior – Brew tea two pots, about 8/9 bags per pot.
The request was "afternoon tea". To me, that means after the game, not lunch. If it's anything like our district, start 1.30, lunch 3.10, finish 6.30. Afternoon tea would be halfway through innings for a 2 day game or break of innings for a one dayer, still plenty more cricket to play, don't want to full up too much...
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Soak 100g sultanas in a little hot water. Melt 125g Flora and mix in 150g soft brown sugar. Put this in a big bowl (I used my Kenwood, but it would be easy to mix by hand), and beat in two eggs, then 300g banana (ie 4 small or 3 medium bananas).