Afternoon Tea at Bramble Café

Author: Mat Follas

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 160

View: 839

Combining comforting recipes, local ingredients and a bit of baking magic, Mat Follas presents an irresistible collection of scrumptious tea time treats. Let yourself be transported to a table adorned with crisp linen, fine china and a cup of your favourite tea for the ultimate afternoon tea experience with BBC MasterChef UK winner Mat Follas. In this enticing collection of recipes for the finest bakes and most irresistible pastries Mat has honed his unique experience as a chef and indulged his passion for home baking. In the first chapter, Cakes & Scones, you will find Mat’s perfect recipes for Lemon Drizzle Cake and a Classic Victoria. Slices & Tarts include the magical combination of rhubarb and custard in Mat’s take on a classic custard slice. Failsafe Biscuits & Cookies will keep in your pantry for days, ready to whip out for guests for an impromptu afternoon tea. For a more refined occasion try one of the delights from the Dainties & Patisserie chapter; individual Sherry Trifle Verrines or pretty Raspberry Meringue Kisses are the ultimate treat. With ideas for savouries and sandwiches along with recipes for refreshing homemade cordials, memorable jams and jellies and reviving gins and sparkling cocktails you have all the ingredients you need to host the perfect afternoon tea.

Afternoon Tea at the Sunflower Café

Author: Milly Johnson

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 528

View: 659

THE SUNDAY TIMES TOP 5 BESTSELLING AUTHOR! 'When it comes to creating characters that are believable, loveable and engaging, Milly strides comfortably to the head of the pack' Heat When Connie discovers that Jimmy Diamond, her husband of more than twenty years, is planning to leave her for his office junior, her world is turned upside down. Determined to salvage her pride, she resolves to get her own back. Along with Della, Jimmy's right-hand woman at his cleaning firm, Diamond Shine, and the cleaners who meet at the Sunflower Café, she'll make him wish he had never underestimated her. Then Connie meets the charming Brandon Locke, a master chocolatier, whose kindness starts to melt her soul. Can the ladies of the Sunflower Cafe help Connie scrub away the hurt? And can Brandon make her trust again? Recommended by readers of Good Housekeeping

Brambles and Thorns

Author: Jocelyn Kirk

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

View: 192

Elena Bellwood’s life is thrown into chaos when her mother dies and leaves her penniless. She is forced to move from her beloved home in New York City to live with an aunt in Connecticut—an aunt she never knew existed. During her journey north, she meets Benjamin Garrick, a blunt-spoken gentleman with a strange hobby. Against her will, Elena finds herself attracted to his manly demeanor, and she is both pleased and flustered to learn he is a close friend of her aunt and lives in the same village. In her new life with Aunt Rosalie, Elena begins to question her past. Why had she never been told of her aunt? What is the significance of the odd items she found in her mother’s bedroom? Who is the stranger in town that seems always to be staring at her? To answer these questions, Elena must explore past secrets that tear apart her world.

Best Tea Shop Walks in Kent

Author: Norman Buckley

Publisher: Sigma Press

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 150

View: 188

Features 25 circular walks of modest length, suitable for all the family, with a selected tea shop in each case. This work includes basic route information, sketch maps, photographs, and a description including local history, landscape and interesting features. It focuses on areas such as the North Downs and the Weald.

Alastair Sawday's Slow North Yorkshire

Moors, Dales & Coast, Including York : Local, Characterful Guide to Britain's Special Places

Author: Mike Bagshaw

Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides

ISBN:

Category: Travel

Page: 276

View: 203

Travel and nature writer Mike Bagshaw has lived in Yorkshire for over 25 years and in this, his unique guide to the area, he brings to life the landscapes and wildlife of the region and indulges his interests in crafts, architecture, local history, folklore and pubs. This personal guide - a book to be read as well as used - explores the nooks and crannies of this dramatic and diverse county and takes in all the well known sights as well as regional secrets, including fossil hunting, wild food foraging and the game of quoits. Hand-picked accommodation from Alastair Sawday ensures a comfortable stay, helping to get the most out of a 'slow' visit to one of Britain's most beautiful areas.

Orientation: a Journey

Trip Through Europe Asia and Africa

Author: Wallace B. Collins

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 468

View: 124

Orientation: A Journey is an autobiographical account of a group of African American tourists who traveled on a tour to Europe, Asia and North Africa. The writer inserts fictional situations in the book to enable the reader to view the bareback narrative in relation to, or as a divergence from the autobiographical portions of the book. As a reality, these segments in the book are its core that lends itself to the fiction he creates, which propels the writer's rush of awareness, and bares his accelerated consciousness, enabling him to carry the fictitious segments of the book on a non-liner, narrative, course.

The London Cafe

Author: Simon Garner

Publisher: Trafalgar Square

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 192

View: 934

A cafe is more than a building, it is the staff, the customers, the decor, the food and drink, the location and the ambience. This guide to London Cafes features 22 atmospheric venues, 44 recipes and entertaining characters.

Meet Me in Atlantis

My Obsessive Quest to Find the Sunken City

Author: Mark Adams

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Travel

Page: 336

View: 222

The New York Times Bestseller! The author of Turn Right at Machu Picchu travels the globe in search of the world’s most famous lost city. “Adventurous, inquisitive and mirthful, Mark Adams gamely sifts through the eons of rumor, science, and lore to find a place that, in the end, seems startlingly real indeed.”—Hampton Sides A few years ago, Mark Adams made a strange discovery: Far from alien conspiracy theories and other pop culture myths, everything we know about the legendary lost city of Atlantis comes from the work of one man, the Greek philosopher Plato. Stranger still: Adams learned there is an entire global sub-culture of amateur explorers who are still actively and obsessively searching for this sunken city, based entirely on Plato’s detailed clues. What Adams didn’t realize was that Atlantis is kind of like a virus—and he’d been exposed. In Meet Me in Atlantis, Adams racks up frequent-flier miles tracking down these Atlantis obsessives, trying to determine why they believe it's possible to find the world's most famous lost city—and whether any of their theories could prove or disprove its existence. The result is a classic quest that takes readers to fascinating locations to meet irresistible characters; and a deep, often humorous look at the human longing to rediscover a lost world.