The Royal Cookery Book
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A Royal Cookbook
This stylishly illustrated publication is the first-ever cookery book to come from within the Royal Household. Written by the Royal Chef, it enables the reader to recreate a selection of authentic dishes prepared and served to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family.With an emphasis on sophisticated seasonal cooking and fresh, local ingredients, the recipes will cater for a variety of occasions and range in both scope and scale, with offerings for both new and experienced cooks. The book elaborates on the recipes with tips on enter taining and inspirational ideas for preparation and presentation, including illustrations and explanations of the choice of china, decorations and flowers that accompany royal meals.Also included are fascinating snapshot details of the history of royal dining and entertaining taken from the Royal Library and Archives atWindsor Castle.
The Royal Cookery Book
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Meals and memories from Princess Diana's personal chef. All families have their favorite foods?including the House of Windsor. Darren McGrady, personal chef to Princess Diana and chef to the royal family for fifteen years, has collected more than 100 recipes in Eating Royally and behind-the-scenes stories that offer insight into the royal family's lives. From hearty cooking to gourmet eating, these dishes will impress even the most discerning palates. Recipes include traditional English fare, and, of course, royal favorites, such as: Spring Asparagus Soup with Dill Poached Eggs en Croute Gleneagles Pate Earl Grey Tea Cake Gaelic Steaks Royal Tea Scones Eggs Drumkilbo Summer Pudding Iced Praline Souffles McGrady witnessed the rich history and surprisingly normal family life of the Royals, all while preparing elegant food with classical French influences for their table. Filled with touching photographs, mementos, and personal messages, Eating Royally chronicles one chef's extraordinary experiences within the walls of Buckingham Palace.
English Royal Cookbook
Dine like a King or Queen with this unique collection of over 350 favorite recipes of the English royals, spanning 500 years of feasts! Start off with delicate Duke of York Consomme as a first course, then savor King George the Fifth's Mutton Cutlets, and for a main course, feast on Quails a la Princess Louise in Regent's Plum Sauce, with Baked Potatoes Au Parmesan and Mary Queen of Scots Salad. For dessert, try a slice of Crown Jewel Cake, and wash it all down with a Princess Mary Cocktail. These are real recipes, the majority of them left in their original wording. Although this book is primarily a cookery book, it can also be read as a revealing footnote to Court history. Charmingly illustrated throughout.
What could be more quintessentially British than a spot of afternoon tea? It's a hallowed tradition that's taken particularly seriously at Buckingham Palace, where for more than a decade Royal Chef Mark Flanagan and his team have prepared an afternoon tea that reflects the best of this venerable tradition across the seasons, from springtime picnics to sophisticated summer garden parties and festive Christmas teas. Royal Teas, the follow-up to A Royal Cookbook, shares Flanagan's recipes for a variety of tantalizing tea-time treats, including sweet and savory pastries, cookies, and show-stopping cakes. Each recipe is reproduced with clear instructions and a table to convert measurements to the ones you are most familiar with and beautifully photographed with the tableware, floral arrangements, and other decorative items that adorn the royal table throughout the year. Organized by season, the book is also a testament to the Royal Kitchens' commitment to sourcing fresh, local ingredients, from the mulberry trees in the Palace Gardens whose berries are harvested and made into deliciously syrupy jam to the beehives that provide the year-round honey used in honey sponge cake. The first official tea-time cookbook from the Royal Collection, Royal Tea invites readers to take a break in the day to indulge in a Royal Family-tested sweet treat--well-behaved corgis welcome!
The WI Cookbook
As the Women's Institute turns 100, this beautifully packaged book, curated by food journalist Mary Gwynn, brings together the 100 best loved members' recipes nationwide. Organised decade by decade, and setting each recipe in its historical and social context, it spans everything from jams and preserves to main courses, puddings and bakes. Nostalgic favourites like Toad in the Hole and Kedgeree feature alongside contemporary hits such as Lamb Pot Roast with Nettle Champ and Italian Lamb with Roasted Sweet Peppers. Here are recipes created during the war to make the most of limited supplies (like Stuffed Cod Steak and Apple and Fig Roll) and ideas to overcome the challenges of food rationing (like Elderberry and Apple Jelly and Corned Beef Hash) to current day recipes such as Venison Steaks with Quick Bearnaise Sauce and finally the WI's own signature cake: The Centenary Fruit Cake from North Yorkshire. Fully illustrated from the archives of the WI, alongside beautiful food photography, this gorgeous cookbook will prove a firm favourite with keen cooks of all ages.
Cooking of the Maharajas
Shivaji Rao Holkar A été écrit sous une forme ou une autre pendant la plus grande partie de sa vie. Vous pouvez trouver autant d'inspiration de Cooking of the Maharajas Aussi informatif et amusant. Cliquez sur le bouton TÉLÉCHARGER ou Lire en ligne pour obtenir gratuitement le livre de titre $ gratuitement.