The Great British Book of Baking: 120 best-loved recipes from teatime treats to pies and pasties. To accompany BBC2's The Great British Bake-off

The Great British Book of Baking best loved recipes from teatime treats to pies and pasties To accompany BBC s The Great British Bake off Wooden spoons at the ready for Linda Collister s The Great British Book of Baking This is the official book to accompany the hit BBC TV series The Great British Bake off presented by Sue Perkins and

  • Title: The Great British Book of Baking: 120 best-loved recipes from teatime treats to pies and pasties. To accompany BBC2's The Great British Bake-off
  • Author: Linda Collister
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Wooden spoons at the ready for Linda Collister s The Great British Book of Baking This is the official book to accompany the hit BBC2 TV series The Great British Bake off, presented by Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc This book takes us on a tour of the very best in baking our nation has to offer from Eccles cakes to Cornish pasties, Chelsea buns to Scottish gingerbread.Wooden spoons at the ready for Linda Collister s The Great British Book of Baking.This is the official book to accompany the hit BBC2 TV series The Great British Bake off, presented by Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc This book takes us on a tour of the very best in baking our nation has to offer from Eccles cakes to Cornish pasties, Chelsea buns to Scottish gingerbread With trips to notable landmarks from baking history Melton Mowbray and Sandwich among the famous, as well as locally loved secrets from towns and villages around the country the book highlights the importance of baking as part of our national heritage.Over 120 recipes, as well as numerous adaptations and suggestions, cover the whole range of baking skills from sweet jam tarts to savoury game pie These are recipes that have been passed through the generations, securing themselves as baking classics, and include recipes from the contestants ofThe Great British Bake Off.Whether you want to try your hand at the delicate art of petticoat tails shortbread or dish up a hearty steak pie to a hungry family, you will be looking between the pages of The Great British Book of Bakingtime and time again, as Linda Collister has brought together the very best recipes from around the British Isles.Linda Collister has written over twenty five books, having trained at the Cordon Bleu, then La Varenne in Paris Sheila Keating is a food writer and author, with a special interest in the provenance of British food.

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    1. I love this show and I love this book! The introduction by Sue and Mel was great as is the little introductions at each section and the descriptions of the desserts. I haven't made anything from it yet, but I think I need to own this one instead of getting it from the library because I want to try everything!

    2. I love this baking book. I got a copy for Christmas and was really pleased with the simple, easy to make recipes. The instructions are well written and easy to follow with sections for making things with a mechanical device (i.e a food processor) and by hand in a bowl.If I had one, small, complaint to make it would be that there are too many pudding and treat recipe and not enough main meal foods on offer. Baking is about more than cakes, scones and tarts after all.

    3. One of my favorite baking books ever. Great recipes, history and wonderfully presented. I refer to it on a weekly basis and everything I have tried works perfectly. I am obsessed with baking books from England and this one is right up there with the best of them.

    4. I just love this book. It's my first british baking book and I wasn't sure what I would get. It's full of really good looking things, that make you want to bake every day. My friend doesn't bake but she already got through it two times. I tried a few recipes and they where very good.

    5. I have added pounds just READING this. Pass the lemon drizzle cake! Who knows I might be forced to put on my apron and find the weighing scales.

    6. I found the history of British baking fascinating and the recipes that I tried were delicious. I will probably buy a copy to add to my recipe collection in the States.

    7. Fab book! Loaded with awesome recipes. Some great classic recipes that remind me of my British Grandma's baking. Can't wait to get baking and test some of them out.

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