Irish Teatime Recipes

Irish Teatime Recipes

Irish Teatime Recipes

Tea and Teatime Recipes

Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-174

Tea and Teatime Recipes

Since 1973, Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and their remarkable popularity reflects the common desire of country and city dwellers alike to cultivate personal independence in everyday life.

Marguerite Patten's 100 Top Teatime Treats

Marguerite Patten's 100 Top Teatime Treats

England’s premier food maven shares recipes for cakes and dainties designed to make teatime sparkle. Only the most hardened dieter can resist the pleasures of afternoon tea. Its enjoyment, whether it is a simple slice of home-baked cake or dainty sandwiches followed by scones oozing with jam and cream, is part of our culture and is a tradition acted out each and every day in tea-rooms up and down the country. This then is the perfect book for all tea-time lovers, with over 100 recipes chosen by the un-crowned queen of British cookery, Marguerite Patten, and is published as a tribute to and celebration of Marguerite’s 90th year. There are recipes for cakes, breads, biscuits, sandwiches, and savories from England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland as well as recipes from teatimes around the world. But teatime isn’t teatime without a pot of tea, so the book also traces the history of Britain’s national beverage with a guide to all the different blends and styles available.

Tea Time Delights Cookbook

A Collection of Tea Time Recipes

Tea Time Delights Cookbook

Tea time has been a long-standing tradition among the British, and many Americans also partake in this enjoyable pastime. Traditional high tea is always served with wonderful pastries and finger foods along with the hostess’s choice of delicious tea. Inside Tea Time Delights Cookbook, you will find a compilation of delicate yet tantalizing recipes that will fit perfectly with your favorite tea. Tea Time Delights Cookbook is another excellent edition in the Cookbook Delights Series brought to you by author and cook Karen Jean Matsko Hood. The beginner cook and the accomplished chef alike will appreciate the easy use of this cookbook. The ingredients in each recipe are readily available at any grocer or vendor site. Hood brings us this masterful edition to keep at your fingertips for whenever you decide to celebrate tea time with your family and guests. Destined to be an essential reference on your kitchen library shelf, you may want to pick up a copy for that other chef on your gift-giving list!

Favourite Teatime Recipes

Favourite Teatime Recipes

Favourite Teatime Recipes

Teatime in Ireland

Teatime in Ireland


Tea-Time Recipes

Tea-Time Recipes

“There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea.” Henry James Portrait of a Lady. Given the popularity of National Trust tea-rooms, visitors would seem to echo James’ sentiment. Jane Pettigrew has collected recipes for cakes, breads and biscuits from National Trust cooks and chefs to provide a survey of regional dishes that use local ingredients: for example, Old Peculier Fruit Cake from Yorkshire, Bara Brith, the traditional Welsh tea bread, and Irish potato cakes. Tempting goodies also include sticky lemon cake and chocolate orange drizzle cake. Examples of tea’s associations with National Trust properties are legion and in this book Pettigrew discovers curious and ornate tea wares from the Orient and from Europe, relates stories of bizarre tea parties, and finds that each afternoon at Lanhydrock in Cornwall a tea table is set with lace cloth, fine porcelain, silver tea knives and linen napkins – just as tea tables have been set in Britain since the late 19th century.

Tea-Time Recipes

Tea-Time Recipes

Given the popularity of National Trust tea-rooms, visitors would seem to echo James' sentiment. Jane Pettigrew has collected recipes for cakes, breads and biscuits from National Trust cooks and chefs to provide a survey of regional dishes that use local ingredients: for example, Old Peculier Fruit Cake from Yorkshire, Bara Brith, the traditional Welsh tea bread, and Irish potato cakes. Tempting goodies also include sticky lemon cake and chocolate orange drizzle cake. Examples of tea's associations with National Trust properties are legion and in this book Petrigrew discovers curious and ornate tea wares from the Orient and from Europe, relates stories of bizarre tea parties, and finds that each afternoon at Lanhydrock in Cornwall a tea table is set with lace cloth, fine porcelain, silver tea knives and linen napkins -- just as tea tables have been set in Britain since the late 19th century.

British Cookbook - Great British Recipes

English, Welsh, Scottish, Irish Recipes

British Cookbook - Great British Recipes

This eCookbook has a selection of some of Britain's favourite recipes. The book has sections on Breakfast, Lunch Time Recipes, Tea Time Recipes- British Tea culture - including sandwiches and cakes/pastries, Dinner Time Recipes - Meat and Fish and Deserts. A Great cookbook full of British Culture.

Teatime in the Northwest

Teatime in the Northwest