WORD OF THE WEEK - 20 Oct 2014 - TEA
TEA Most potters thrive on tea. Tea is drunk is copious amounts during the potter's day particularly when they're taytered. But tea is also the main meal of the day, also known as dinner. Dinner can be taken at teatime for tea, after work. This is not afternoon tea which is between lunch or dinner and tea or dinner. Potters can, of course, have a dinner for tea - the evening meal. But note: A potter's dinner is eaten in the middle of the day, for lunch, at dinner time. Lunchtime is regarded as 'posh' - a posh dinnertime lunch. Glad that's cleared up!