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Good Old-fashioned Teatime Treats by Jane Pettigrew
  

Good Old-fashioned Teatime Treats

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Good Old-fashioned Teatime Treats by Jane Pettigrew

* Exquisite little book packed with recipes from the best of British baking * Gloriously illustrated with mouthwatering photography * Contains a wide range of teatime recipes from tasty breads to indulgent sticky buns This delightful little book contains more than 60 recipes for delicious teatime treats, including traditional breads, buns, scones and biscuits, gathered from all around the country. It also contains invaluable information on the basics of successful baking. Recipes include regional specialities such as Singin' Hinnies and Scarborough Muffins, classic seasonal delicacies such as Hot Cross Buns, crunchy biscuits and shortbreads, mouthwatering scones and more frivolous confections such as Box Hill Bread Pudding and Mincemeat Cake.

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There is perhaps no guide book for tea drinkers or connoisseurs as definitive. Tea Time Magazine on The New Tea Companion


About the Author

Jane Pettigrew became involved in the world of tea after opening her teashop 'Tea-Time' in Clapham in 1983. She is author of Traditional Teatime Recipes and Tea Classified. She speaks at conferences around the world and appears regularly on television and radio. She lives in London.

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Book Info

Publication date

15th March 2010

Author

Jane Pettigrew

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Publisher

National Trust Books an imprint of Pavilion Books

Format

Hardback
112 pages

Categories

Cakes, baking, icing & sugarcraft

ISBN

9781905400904

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