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on 20 April 2013
A special book, written gracefully by Jane Pettigrew, full of good recipes.
Loved the introducing part and the "old fashioned look" of pages.
Only question can be for a not english person like me, that the book does not include any picture about cakes, scones, biscuits, etc... so I have to imagine how they should look-like :) and search on web for a picture.
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on 26 July 2013
OK, so it doesn't have any photos in this edition (newer ones do have them) but the recipes are good, solid and easy to follow and produce very tasty cakes. A good addition to my large collection of cookery books. Quantities in imperial as well as metric.
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on 19 July 2017
My book was in Great condition. the recipes amongst the best. what more could I ask..Thank you
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on 8 April 2013
A lot of easily managed recipes, with a good selection from all around the country, easily understood even by an amateur like myself.
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on 6 November 2007
regional and historical gems......'

This text refers to the 2007 3rd edition/reprint - 'Traditional Teatime Recipes' from the National Trust.

160 high quality matt pages, split over main chapters:

1. Breads
2. Fruited Buns, Scones, Muffins and Splits
3. Tarts and Flans
4. Biscuits
5. Cookies

with an introduction, a section entitled: 'Successful Baking', which includes pastry making and recipes, conversion charts, American equivalents, plus an index.

Simply laid out book.
Each chapter has opening text.
Each recipe has the title, a relevant opening - often historical text, list of ingredients, quantity made/number of servings plus a clear method.

A little light on photography, with just 32 full colour plates throughout, but easy to forgive as this is good old British teatime cooking!

Recipes include:

♦ Boxty Bread
♦ Herb Bread
♦ Buttermilk Oaten Bread
♦ Bara Brith
♦ Barm Brack
♦ Irish Potato Cakes
♦ Suffolk Fourses
♦ Honey Tea Bread
♦ Ripon Christmas Bread
♦ Hot Cross Buns
♦ Chelsea Buns
♦ Scones (inc Eggless)
♦ Shortbread
♦ Sally Lunns
♦ Singin' Hinny
♦ Lancaster Lemon Tart
♦ Cherry Bakewells
♦ Yorkshire Curd Tart
♦ Maids of Honour
♦ Easter Biscuits
♦ Gypsy Creams
♦ Sunday-best Chocolate Cake
♦ Simnel Cake
♦ Light Sponge Cake
♦ American Zucchini Cake
♦ 18th Century Pepper Cake
♦ 17th Century Honey Cake
♦ Welsh Lardy Cake
♦ Eccles Cakes
♦ Applecake Fingers
♦ Apricot Sesame Slice
♦ Flapjack
♦ Toffee Bars
♦ Date and Apple Slices

and with Christmas just around the corner, (at the time of writing):

♦ Traditional Christmas Cake
♦ Mincemeat Cake
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on 5 September 2014
Excellent - thanks. I shall now be able to make edible scones.
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on 20 November 2015
my favourite book as a kid - loving cooking recipes again
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on 7 October 2016
such a lot of good recipes
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