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Traditional British Cake Recipes (Traditional British Recipes Book 1) (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Jane Romsey

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    You don't need to be British to enjoy the delicious traditional cakes found in this collection of 20 recipes. Traditional British Cake Recipes are fun, simple baking recipes. Most British cakes are easy to bake. There are a variety of home baking recipes for every taste and occasion. From the simplest sponge cake to the more exotic traditional British Christmas cake you will find great cake recipes in this book. 

    "I grew up in the south of England at a time when most Mums still stayed at home and looked after the house and kids. My Mum loved to bake - cakes, pies, scones, tarts and puddings. My happiest memories are of sitting in the kitchen watching the weighing and measuring, mixing and pouring, kneading and rolling. Waiting patiently until it was time to lick the mixing bowl clean.

    Baking is almost a lost art form. Store bought cakes are the norm these days. But home made cakes can't be surpassed for taste, economy and most of all, the pleasure of feeding good food to your family. There are so many additives - preservatives, colorings, chemicals and worst of all, high fructose corn syrup - in commercial products. Home baked cakes are just so much healthier and you will know exactly what went into each and every bite."

    Recipes inside this book:-
    Victoria Sandwich Sponge Cake
    Honey and Orange Tea Loaf
    Cut and Come Again Cake
    Rock Cakes
    Moist Lemon Cake
    Raspberry Buns
    Paradise Cake
    Marmalade Cake
    Oatmeal Gingerbread
    Marmalade and Ginger Slice
    Traditional British Christmas Cake
    Battenberg Cake
    British Fairy Cakes
    Never-Fail Boiled Fruit Cake
    Tantallon Cakes
    Madeira Cake
    Tea Fruit Cake
    Seed Cake
    Eccles Cakes
    Get your copy of Traditional British Cake Recipes NOW!


    • Format: Kindle Edition
    • Dateigröße: 339 KB
    • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 49 Seiten
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    • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
    • Sprache: Englisch
    • ASIN: B0084UQB2O
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    I grew up in the south of England at a time when most Mums still stayed at home and looked after the house and kids. My Mum loved to bake and I guess I inherited my love of cooking from her. She was happiest in the kitchen, apron on, rolling pin in hand, and us kids around the table chatting and shelling the peas my Dad grew in the garden.

    Now I live in the United States and I love to surprise my guests with traditional British food such as Bubble and Squeak, Toad in the Hole, and the one pudding guaranteed to cause many frivolous remarks, Spotted Dick. My American friends love to make good-natured fun of British food along with my "funny" accent!

    I am a huge animal lover, which caused me to become a vegetarian many years ago. But I still cook meat for guests and for my dog. I also love art, reading, music and needlework.

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    4.0 von 5 Sternen Quite different from American cakes 5. Juni 2012
    Von Tracy Rowan - Veröffentlicht auf
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    As I plan to review four of Ms. Romsey's cookbooks, I think it best to cover the major issue I have with all of them right at the beginning: Measurements and ingredient names. For the British marketplace, it's not a problem. British cooks will understand things like cornflour and caster sugar; Americans will have to look them up. Volumes can be a problem. British cooks will know that the pints of liquid referred to are Imperial pints. Americans will have to do some stepping to come up with the equivalent measurements for some ingredients. (For the record, an Imperial pint is roughly 20 liquid oz. Thus 1/4 of a pint will be about 5 oz in the UK, not 4 as it is here in the US.) Ingredients listed by weight are simpler, and any cook who routinely uses a scale for baking will have no problems with these. However I think that it would have been an enormous help to all cooks if the measurements had been converted to metric.

    The other issue I have, and I don't think this is necessarily a problem with Ms. Romsey's formatting, is that pages will sometimes repeat on my Kindle. I'll go through the first page of a recipe, turn the page and find most of the information repeated on the next page. I don't know what causes this issue, but be aware of it as you work. It can be confusing if you're in the middle of a recipe.

    One of the first things I noticed here was that these are more what Americans refer to as "tea cakes," "buns," and "sweet rolls." They're unfrosted (In my opinion, not a bad thing; American frostings are often much too sweet.) or overlaid with sheets of marzipan, or simply layered with jam or custard, or whipped cream. They're homier cakes than the standard American two-layer frosted cake; less dessert than a little something with coffee or tea.

    I was pleased to discover the true nature of Eccles cakes and Parkin, cakes I'd only ever read about in novels or history books. I was also happy to have a recipe for a traditional British Christmas cake, though it's very much what American's refer to as "fruitcake" though with rather less of the icky candied fruit which makes fruitcake so inedible. It's a time-consuming recipe, but looks like it might be worth that time.

    The others look... well, friendly. The sort of cakes you have on hand for visitors. This cookbook makes a very nice change from the over-fancy and often unpalatably sweet cakes Americans seem obsessed with. I'm looking forward to making quite a few of the recipes in this book.
    5.0 von 5 Sternen Fun to try 23. Januar 2014
    Von myshopper - Veröffentlicht auf
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    I got a couple of these kindle books by Jane Romsey for the occasional tea party or overnight guests. I have been known to have tea parties with friends done the British way (or what Americans think is the British way!). Scones and biscuits and little tea cakes are must haves! I found this book quite useful and I feel like I am serving authentic treats!
    4.0 von 5 Sternen Love to read cookbooks and try new recipes. 20. März 2013
    Von C. S. Jennings - Veröffentlicht auf
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    This book does not disappoint on both levels. Haven't made the cakes yet but certainly will soon. I recommend it and the others about scones and biscuits.
    5.0 von 5 Sternen Lovely recipes 6. November 2012
    Von Izzy - Veröffentlicht auf
    Format:Kindle Edition
    This has some lovely easy to understand recipes, i think even a true novice could do these recipes unfortunate not many of them though .
    5.0 von 5 Sternen Tasty treats 4. Juni 2012
    Von TravellingMan - Veröffentlicht auf
    Format:Kindle Edition
    Plenty of tasty treats here, in this great set of easy-to-follow recipies.
    The moist lemon cake and the oatmeal gingerbread are both lovely, and there are many more still to try.
    This book is one of a series of four:-
    Traditional British Biscuit Recipes
    Traditional British Cake Recipes
    Traditional British Pudding Recipes
    Traditional British Scone Recipes
    Buy all four together and save money:-
    Traditional British Jubilee Recipes. 4 Book Collection - Cakes, Puddings, Scones and Biscuits (Traditional British Recipes)
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