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Afternoon Tea Parties

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Whether it's a summer tea party in the backyard or a cozy gathering in front of the fire, afternoon tea is a treat any time of the year and the perfect way to celebrate a special occasion. Susannah Blake's ideas include an elegant Classic Engish Tea with delicate finger sandwiches and Lemon Drizzle Cake: a Fireside Tea with Toasted Teacakes and Sticky Mazipan and Cherry Lo...more
Hardcover, 144 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Ryland Peters & Small (first published January 1st 2006)
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This book is adoreable.
Quaint, good recipes
Sheena Lambert
This book looks good enough to eat in of itself. It is a lovely read, and I was surprised to find that the recipes really stand strong too. As a very shakey baker myself, I found many of these recipes WORKED for me (!) - and the scones recipe (in the Classic English Tea) is the most successful (and tastiest) scone recipe I have ever used.
There are tonnes of ideas for unusual afternoon teas in this book, and it wold make a lovely gift for anyone with an interest in entertaining. The photos are ex...more
I wish I'd read this book first on my tea party cooking book tour. This book lays out sample menus for tons of different occasions along with suggestions for decorations. These menus are simple, look easy to make and produce impressive spreads. Very approachable book for people looking to hold a tea party for any occasion!
There's a full color picture for each recipe in this book, and a lot of them look really tasty. I think I'll skip the chocolate and prune mousse, though!
Evelyn Bryant
Tasty looking recipes that I would love to try.
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