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There are few things more satisfying than opening your store cupboard to reveal jars of glistening jams and jellies, and pots, bottles and boxes full of delicious foods. Whether you are an experienced cook, or rarely approach the stove, making preserves, jams and chutneys is not difficult and the results are so much better than anything you can buy. Food historian and cook Sara Paston-Williams shares her wealth of experience of British cooking, demonstrating how to make the best old-fashioned recipes for chutneys and relishes, pickles, jams and jellies, butters, cheeses, curds, marmalades and mincemeats. Traditional favourites are included, from Piccalilli, Seville Orange Marmalade and Lemon Curd to old-fashioned Quince Jelly, Traditional Mincemeat, Sloe Gin and Fresh Lemonade. There are also twists on these delicious British classics, such as Mango Chutney, Runner Bean Pickle and Red Onion Marmalade or Blackberry and Apple Jam, Black Cherry Conserve and Elderflower Champagne.
A delicious collection of the nation’s favourite jams, preserves and chutneys, from Piccalilli, Seville Orange Marmalade and Lemon Curd to old-fashioned Quince Jelly, Traditional Mincemeat, Sloe Gin and Fresh Lemonade. Includes recipes for chutneys and relishes, pickles, jams and jellies, butters, cheeses, curds, marmalades, drinks, mincemeats and other mouthwatering condiments. Packed with new twists on classic recipes, there is plenty to choose from. Whether you are an experienced cook, or rarely approach the stove, making preserves, jams and chutneys is not difficult and the results are so much better than anything you can buy.
• Exquisite little book packed with recipes for delicious cool, summery puddings • Gloriously illustrated with mouthwatering photography • Contains a wide range of recipes from heavenly ice creams to indulgent trifles This adorable little book contains more than 60 recipes for cool and creamy, icy and frothy puddings that are perfect treats for a summer’s day, gathered from all around the country. Recipes include delicious ice creams flavoured with ginger, elderflower and blackcurrant, fascinating historical recipes such as Fine Orange Flummery and Victorian Apple Snow, refreshing fruity jellies, the creamiest trifles and, of course, traditional summer pudding.
A delicious collection of great British puddings from the National Trust, this new edition has been updated and expanded to include more mouthwatering colour photography. The traditional pudding has always been an integral part of Britain's culinary heritage. This collection of established favourites and little-known but great recipes traces the history of the pudding from the earliest medieval jellies through the elaborate fruit pies of the Elizabethans, the elegant ice creams and custards of the Georgians, and the substantial puddings of the Victorians. All the best recipes that have stood the test of time are featued here, from Chocolate Puddle Pudding, Icky Sticky Toffee Sponge and Jam Roly Poly to Old English Trifle, Lemon Meringue Pie and Eton Mess. Bursting with delicious baked puddings, fools and syllabubs, ice creams,custards and trifles, pies and tarts and of course, steamed puddings that have been served over the centuries, this book will tempt anyone who enjoys a healthy dose of our great British puddings.
Classic British Cooking is a collection of our very best national and regional dishes. With over 300 recipes, it includes both timeless favourites and forgotten gems. It covers everything from soups and fish dishes to sauces and sides, from vegetable and meat courses to puddings, breads and jams. Try delicious recipes for potted crab, slow-roasted pork belly, steamed ginger pudding and damson ice cream. Make the most of seasonal British produce with tasty chutneys and syllabubs. Bake a delicious piece of history with a Fidget Pie or Whittingham Button biscuits. Throughout, the author uncovers the fascinating history behind many dishes, from the Indian-influenced Kedgeree to the humble but delicious Toad in the Hole. Discover how medieval pottage became soup and how desserts like rice pudding and Eton mess became all-time favourites. Both practical and inspirational, this is a celebration of the best of British cooking past and present. This book was previously published as The National Trust Complete Traditional Recipe Book.
An exciting and beautiful new vegetable book by well-known food writer Sybil Kapoor. The 154 recipes are simple and modern and the book is divided into the four seasons so that readers are encouraged to cook vegetables when they are at their very best and come into season especially useful if they grow their own. Discover an incredible range of vegetable dishes, both as vegetarian options and as an accompaniment to meat and fish dishes, with this informative and detailed cookbook. Each of the 49 featured vegetables is accompanied by practical information for preparation and culinary notes with options for different ways of cooking. The featured vegetables range from peas and new potatoes through more unusual produce such as scorzonera and borlotti beans. The book is packed with atmospheric photography and contains mouth-watering recipes such as cucumber ice cream, salt-baked celeriac, wild mushroom and barley risotto, sticky blackcurrant shallots and carrot and cardamom cake. This is a timely book to tie in with the current renaissance in vegetable gardening, allotments and community agriculture schemes.
The best traditional recipes for roasted dishes, from a Sunday beef roast with Yorkshire pudding and rack of lamb with herb crust to stuffed roast goose, pheasant and veal. Leading chef Laura Mason gives you all the best techniques for sourcing, preparing and roasting all kinds of meat: beef, lamb, pork, chicken, turkey, duck, goose, and various game, including partridge, grouse and woodcock. To make the absolute most of this most prized food, the author explains the various cuts of meat (and what cuts work best with various recipes) and roasting times for a rare or well done piece of meat. Plus, of course, she covers the use of marinating, barding, larding, basting and dredging. The recipes would not be complete without a range of potato and vegetable dishes that are ideal accompaniments. From the best roast potatoes and mash to gratins, gravies and sauces. But the best part of any roast is often the leftover meat that makes the best ingredient for leftover meals. A joint of meat can stretch a very long way, from Shepherd pies, rostis, soups, stews, and much more; the life of a roast can be the source of more than one delicious meal.

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