Lacock Tea Time Recipes - King John's Hunting Lodge Tea Rooms England
Lacock Tea Time Recipes contains the recipes of King John's Hunting Lodge Tea Rooms in England from Freda Murray. The famed cakes, scones, baked goods and jams are showcased in this cookbook. Some of the standout tea time recipes are Chocolate Crisps, Ginger Oat Biscuits, Brown Scones, Viennese Shortbreads, and Victorian Pound Cake. There are 69 recipes in all, including the fillings, cakes, sweets, jams, scones, cakes, and more.
Format: Softcover spiral bound, 68 pages.
Publisher: Lonsdale Universal Printing
Author: Freda Murray
Description: Lacock Village was given to The National Trust by Miss Matilda Talbot in 1944. Dating from thirteenth century to the nineteenth cntury the village includes such items of interest as the medieval barn, the cruck beam house, the eighteenth century lock-up, the dog spit in the George Inn and the elegant parish church of St. Cyriac. Lacock Abbey, built in a variety of architectural styles, was originally a medieval nunnery and was converted into a family house in Tudor times.
This is the revised edition of the book of tea time recipes collected and used by Freda Murray over the years she ran King John's Hunting Lodge Tea Rooms, famous for home made cakes, scones, bread and jams. Mrs. Murray now runs the National Trust Information centre Lacock.
Condition: Good condition.
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