Tea & Cake

There’s no better way to enjoy a naughty slice of cake than with a steaming pot of your favourite tea, brewed to perfection. And whether you want to throw a tea party with your friends, or monobrew with pudding for one, this delightful book on tea and cake contains everything you need to know. Starting with how to make the perfect cuppa to planning a tea party – from invites to soundtrack, to washing your vintage tea set without any tears – you’re bound to be the hostess from cake heaven. Packed with over 50 teatime recipes, including classics like Victoria sponge to modern fancies such as whoopie pies, cake pops and more, Tea and Cake is a charming must-have for ladies who take tea, and anyone who can’t resist a slice of cake.
Author(s) Emma Block
Category Food & Drink
Date published 01 Nov 2011
ISBN 9781742701943
Format Hardback
Details 128 pages - 176mm x 218mm

RRP: £12.99

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