“The one meal that everyone associates with the English is tea,” says writer Jacky Colliss Harvey. “Mark and Kathryn have created variations of those authentic royal recipes and adapted them so people could cook them in their kitchens at home.” For teatime hosts, this cookbook provides several recipes using measurements, UK and US weights, and oven temperatures, allowing them to re-create fare that would be served in Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace.
Co-authored by the Royal Chef, Mark Flanagan, as well as the Royal Pastry Chef, Kathryn Cuthbertson, Royal Teas: Seasonal Recipes from Buckingham Palace—a followup to A Royal Cookbook–provides a glimpse of the fare the royal family and guests enjoy at teatime and official functions, such as backyard parties.
Text by Britt E. Stafford
Photography Courtesy of Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2018
The custom of afternoon tea has ties to royalty relationship in the 19th century, and this can be credited to Anna, Duchess of Bedford to its inception. Over the centuries, the practice of taking tea has evolved and become part of numerous cultures around the world. And , this time-honored custom remains a ritual for her family and Queen Elizabeth. Teatime enthusiasts will love a cookbook Although many would love a opportunity to have tea with Her Majesty.
Published at Thu, 19 Sep 2019 11:00:43 +0000