1. V.T. Reynolds.

    This sounds a lot like Sunday brunch for the U.S. : a time when many of us are alert but relaxed, have some time to spend with family, and also have some time to prepare a meal together. After church (or sleeping in, depending on the week), my husband always makes waffles, omelets, and sausage, I pour the champagne, and we have an amazing early afternoon meal together (this is also the perfect time to use your fine china and silver as you may have a little extra time to clean/polish it afterwards!). I am all for the idea of pranzo!

  2. Chris

    Why do all Americans think that the British have afternoon tea? Unless she’s in a meeting I don’t even think the queen drinks afternoon tea! Neither do we have scones or crumpets every time we drink it!

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