The great British pudding is alive and well and this book demonstrates exactly why. This collection of established favorites and little-known but great recipes traces the history of the puddingfrom the earliest medieval spiced jellies through the elaborate pies of the Elizabethans and Stuart and the elegant custards of the Georgians to the substantial puddings of the Victorians. All the best recipes that have stood the test of time are provided here with sumptuous photography. Indulge in Roly-Poly Pudding and Damson Cobbler or savor elegant and delicate Marbled Rose Cream and Blackcurrant and Mint Fool. Anyone who enjoys a healthy dose of great British puddings will find their ultimate comfort foods collected here.
|Publisher:||National Trust, Aylesbury|
|Product dimensions:||9.80(w) x 7.60(h) x 1.10(d)|
About the Author
Sara Paston-Williams is a well-known author specializing in food and food history. Her many cookbooks include The Art of Dining: A History of Cooking and Eating; Jams, Preserves and Other Edible Delights; and Fish.