Item description for Traditional Teatime Recipes by Jane Pettigrew...
This wonderful collection of the best recipes for a traditional British tea will satisfy even the most jaded of palates. Hundreds of recipes for cakes, biscuits, buns, scones, breads, and rolls are provided here with clear instructions and mouthwatering images. From Herb Bread, Cheese and Celery Whirls, and Scarborough Muffins to Melting Moments Biscuits, Fat Rascals, Seventeenth-Century Honey Cake, and Daniel's Coffee and Drambuie Meringues, there is something for everyone. All the basics of good teatime cooking are provided and great tips on common baking problems and how to avoid them. Including not only a brief history of the recipes (many going back centuries), but also the best teas to drink with each one, this is the ultimate book for enjoying the wonderful occasion of an afternoon tea.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.69" Width: 7.56" Height: 1.02" Weight: 1.72 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2007
Publisher National Trust
ISBN 1905400527 ISBN13 9781905400522
Availability 0 units.
More About Jane Pettigrew
MUTSUKO TOKUNAGA is a renowned Japanese food stylist and the vice president of the World Green Tea Association. She appears regularly on radio and television in Japan and writes on cooking and tea for Japanese newspapers and magazines. New Tastes in Green Tea follows two previous publications in Japanese. JANE PETTIGREW is one of England's leading authorities on tea and the author of a number of books, including A Social History of Tea, Tea & Infusions: A Connoisseur's Guide, and Jane Pettigrew's Tea Time: A Complete Collection of Traditional Recipes.
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Disappointed Dec 13, 2007
I have collected a lot of tea related books over the years and have found it disappointing to await the arrival of a new book only to discover that it is a revision of a book that was originally published in 1991! A new cover design and the addition of the word traditional to the title with the same recipes does not make a new book. I waited too long to return it. CFL