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- Print Length: 36 pages
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- Language: English
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- Average Customer Review: 40 customer reviews
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Traditional British Scone Recipes (Traditional British Recipes Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
1) There are no photos and little in the way of formatting. The recipes are as if you quickly typed up the details from a friend, so what you get is the bare minimum. On the other hand, if the recipes work - and they certainly seem to – then what you get is really all you need, and there are some lovely recipes included (see below).
2) The ingredients and oven temperature are in pounds, ounces and Fahrenheit, and sizes are in inches. This is something to take note of if you are British or just not American or over 30. In the case of these scones, the oven temperature is usually 450 F which equates to 230 C or 220 C if you have a fan over or if that is as high as your oven goes. My oven only goes up to 220 C and that was fine. It is best not to try to convert the pounds and ounces but to find scales with them on.Read more ›
It was 0 pence on ebooks, download, so one cannot complain,
It has loads of interesting tips and ideas for all different kinds of scones.
I compared one basic recipe, to another from Mary Berry, just one slight variation with a pinch of salt, option. I opted to use M/B and the scones did not rise or be light and fluffy, so i followed the recipe from this book and wow, did they rise, yes and had just what a scone should look and taste like,
so I recommend having this cookery book.
For tips, ideas, and so on and of course it's free to some.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice little book, lots of interesting recipes. Pictures would be a nice addition.Published 19 months ago by Kindle Customer
Not bad but the unit measurements could have done with an update as consistently converting the measurements was frustrating.Published 19 months ago by Capitan Von Ticklehoffen
Lovely little "scone book". Very helpful hints for producing the perfect scone, (not as easy as you think...in my case anyway!). Read morePublished 21 months ago by Joyce F
It's fine as far as it goes with basic scone recipes. Pictures would have been nice. I've noticed the absence of pictures in other kindle cookery books and it really does detract... Read morePublished 22 months ago by LG