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Denby White Tea Plate present your food on a contemporary white canvas, that will showcase the meal. The Denby White Tea Plate is perfect for serving bread with your meal. Use ist to serve sandwiches or cake at afternoon tea or toast for breakfast.White by Denby offers your a stylish and practical solution for all your dining needs. Practical and durable to be used everyday, yet stylish enough for any formal occassion.Contents 1 x Tea Plate 19cm diam Denby White Tea Plate features include Porcelain Oven and Microwave Safe – for cooking and reheating food. Dishwasher Safe - Low Temperatures and liquid detergent recommended Freezer Safe - For Storing foodPlease note:All pottery and china can crack if exposed to sudden changes in temperature, no matter how strong it is, so please don't take items from the freezer and put them straight into the oven or microwave. Please do not expose to direct heat sources such as the hob or grill.
A subtle blend of sweet, black tea infusion rounded out with juicy white peach. The Aromas and flavour's that will whisk you away to that beach holiday. With just the right amount of bubbles the La Máscara White Peach Ice Tea is perfect for any occasion.
Age range 5+The Tea and Sugar train only came once a week on aThursday. But the special Christmas train only came once a year.Today was Sunday.Four more days without sugar.Four more days until the Christmas train. Please,please be on time. Please don’t be late. JoinKathleen in the outback as she eagerly awaits the Christmas Tea and Sugartrain. Will she meet Father Christmas? Will she receive a Christmas gift fromhim? Adelightful, heart-warming story from the National Library of Australia thatwill intrigue, captivate and introduce readers to a slice of the past. Wonderfulsensitive illustrations, including a beautiful double fold-out image showingthe shops inside all the carriages.For 81 years, from 1915 to 1996, the Tea and Sugar Train travelled from Port Augusta to Kalgoorlie once a week. It serviced the settlements along the Nullarbor Plain, a 1050-long rail link. It was a lifeline. There were no shops or services in these settlements. The train carried everything they needed-household goods, groceries, fruit and vegetables, a butcher’s van, banking facilities and at one time even a theatrette car for showing films. The biggest excitement for the children was the first Thursday of December every year, when Father Christmas travelled the line. He distributed gifts to all the children on the way, including those of railway workers, those in isolated communities, and station kids.WINNER ABIA Small Publisher Children’s Book of the YearWINNER MAPDA Children’s Book Design AwardSHORTLISTED CBCA Eve Pownall Award for Information BooksNOTABLE BOOK CBCA Picture BookNOTABLE BOOK CBCA Younger Readers
These Pickwick Tea Bags come in a handy 25 pack so you can restock your break room or pantry at home. Each tea bag is individually wrapped so you can enjoy a fresh cup of tea every time.
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