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Royal Teas Seasonal Recipes from Buckingham Palace

Royal Teas Seasonal Recipes from Buckingham Palace

Author: Mark Flanagan Format: Hardback Release Date: 08/05/2017

There is no more quintessentially British tradition than afternoon tea, and nowhere is that tradition taken more seriously than at Buckingham Palace, where 30,000 afternoon teas are served every year at the summer Garden Parties.

Other books by Mark Flanagan

My First Murder

My First Murder

Author: Mark Flanagan Format: Hardback Release Date: 05/10/2017

Royal Teas Seasonal Recipes from Buckingham Palace

Royal Teas Seasonal Recipes from Buckingham Palace

Author: Mark Flanagan Format: Hardback Release Date: 08/05/2017

There is no more quintessentially British tradition than afternoon tea, and nowhere is that tradition taken more seriously than at Buckingham Palace, where 30,000 afternoon teas are served every year at the summer Garden Parties.

My First Murder

My First Murder

Author: Mark Flanagan Format: Paperback Release Date: 10/03/2017

A few strange places, some strange people with even stranger desires, and the strangest of Drug Lords. Some of the places, people and even desires I think you may be familiar with; I'll warrant that you've never met a man like Manny, the Deity of Dope.

Royal Cookbook

Royal Cookbook

Author: Mark Flanagan Format: Hardback Release Date: 02/06/2014

This stylishly illustrated publication is the first-ever cookery book to come from within the Royal Household. Written by the Royal Chef, it enables the reader to recreate a selection of authentic dishes prepared and served to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family. With an emphasis on sophisticated seasonal cooking and fresh, local ingredients, the recipes will cater for a variety of occasions and range in both scope and scale, with offerings for both new and experienced cooks. The book elaborates on the recipes with tips on enter training and inspirational ideas for preparation and presentation, including illustrations and explanations of the choice of china, decorations and flowers that accompany royal meals. Also included are fascinating snapshot details of the history of royal dining and entertaining taken from the Royal Library and Archives at windsor Castle.

Wilson's China: A Century On More Views Wilson's China: A Century On Wilson's China A Century On

Wilson's China: A Century On More Views Wilson's China: A Century On Wilson's China A Century On

Author: Mark Flanagan, Tony Kirkham Format: Hardback Release Date: 01/06/2000

Ernest Wilson was the foremost plant collector of his generation, responsible for introducing over 1,000 species to our gardens in the West. The authors of this book reveal Wilson's adventures through excerpts from his own writing as well as describing their own experiences tracing his journeys in the wilds of China today. Wilson's legacy includes glass plate photographs taken in Sichuan at the beginning of the 20th century depicting landscapes, villages, river scenes, people and plants, veteran and exceptional trees. Armed with copies of these images and with the help of Chinese guides and local knowledge, the authors retraced Wilson's footsteps, taking photographs themselves. The result, a splendid series of `then and now' images, is a key feature of this informative homage to a great plant hunter. Further photographs provide a fascinating insight into the changes and continuities in China over a hundred year period, and offer a captivating glimpse of people and places in the remote province of Sichuan.

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