The National Trust Book of Scones

The National Trust Book of Scones

The National Trust Book of Scones

Sarah Clelland brings you 50 scone recipes from the National Trust. History is best enjoyed with a scone, as everyone who s visited a National Trust house knows. This book brings you the best of both. Scone obsessive Sarah Clelland has gathered 50 yes 50 scone recipes from National Trust experts around the country. And she s written a quirky guide to 50 National Trust places to delight and entertain you while you bake or eat those blissful treats. Eccentric owners, strange treasures, obscure facts it's all here. Whip up a Triple Chocolate scone while you read about the mechanical elephants at Waddesdon Manor. Or savour an Apple & Cinnamon scone while you absorb the dramatic love life of Henry Cecil of Hanbury Hall. Marvel at a Ightham Mote's Grade 1 listed dog kennel while you savour a Cheese, Spring Onion and Bacon scone. 50 of the best scones in history. And 50 of the best places to read about. You ll never need to leave the kitchen again.

The National Trust Book of Crumbles

The National Trust Book of Crumbles

The National Trust Book of Crumbles

Laura Mason brings you over 50 crumble recipes from the National Trust.

The National Trust Book of Afternoon Tea

The National Trust Book of Afternoon Tea

The National Trust Book of Afternoon Tea

Laura Mason was raised on a farm in Upper Wharfedale, Yorkshire. A highly respected food historian, her books include Good Old-Fashioned Roasts,

National Trust Book of Bread

National Trust Book of Bread

National Trust Book of Bread

The latest in the bestselling National Trust series which has so far comprised Scones, Puddings, Jams, Crumbles and Afternoon Tea, this handy guide contains all the information and inspiration needed to start making bread. With details of techniques, ingredients and the science of bread making all explained, a range of recipes are also featured with some being breads linked to National Trust properties and served up in National Trust cafes around the UK. Recipes include the basics such as wholemeal, granary, rye, corn and sourdough bread, as well as regional specialities, such as barmbrack, bara brith, English muffins, crumpets, pikelets, Sally Lunns, Bath buns, and Danish pastries too.

The National Trust Book of Jam

The National Trust Book of Jam

The National Trust Book of Jam

In the latest book in this bestselling series, food writer and cook Sara Lewis brings together 70 mouthwatering recipes for jams, marmalades and preserves. Whether it s the quintessential English strawberry (to dollop onto a scone!) or the more unusual minted marrow & blackberry jam, there is a something for everyone. As well as delightful fruity jams like spiced apple & bramble, raspberry &

National Trust Book of Baking

National Trust Book of Baking

National Trust Book of Baking

A new edition of Sybil Kapoor's classic 2012 book for the National Trust. Baking is one of life's great pleasures. In the new edition of this beautiful cookery book Sybil Kapoor brings together an inspiring collection of baking recipes, both sweet and savoury. A baker’s bible from a much-loved expert in the field, this broad book draws on the best of Britain’s baking heritage. Delve into Britain’s delicious and deservedly famous repertoire of cakes, pastries, savoury bakes and bread and learn how best to use fresh seasonal produce to create perfect bakes. From Blackcurrant Meringue Pie to Seville Orange Crunch Cake, Olive and Onion Scones and Nectarine Slice to Apricot Creams and Chocolate Pear Cake, this book is a treasury of wonderfully British bakes.

The National Trust Cookbook

The National Trust Cookbook

The National Trust Cookbook

The National Trust has nearly 200 cafes, and in 2014 they served 3.2 million cups of tea, 2.68 million home-made cakes and more than 600,000 soups. In this cookbook, the National Trust share their hugely popular, tried-and-tested dishes so you can cook your favourites at home. There are over 100 recipes for British seasonal dishes, ranging from classics like Steak and Ale Pie to to newer favourites like Pumpkin Pearl Barley Risotto and Vegetable Tagine. Desserts range from scones (of which the NT sell millions and particularly pride themselves) to Ginger and Satsuma cake and Orange and Poppyseed cake. Many of the recipes use ingredients sourced from the NT's kitchen gardens and farms and so make the most of the fresh summer peas or autumnal squashes. The book also features recipes that are linked to NT places, such as the hearty beef stew enjoyed by Churchill at Chartwell, Agatha Christie's favourite Lobster Bisque which she ate at Greenway, or the Plum Cake recipe handed down to Beatrix Potter from her mother.

The National Trust Book of British Castles

The National Trust Book of British Castles

The National Trust Book of British Castles

"Traces each step of the development of Britain's rich and varied collection of castles"--Cover.