BAKING WITH THE NATIONAL TRUST…

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They say ‘take eggs, flour and a little inspiration from visits to National Trust sites, and you will have the ideal ingredients for a day’s delicious baking’.

They have a book written by Sybil Kapoor, who took the culinary inspiration from the special places at the National Trust.

‘Simply Baking’ is available from the National Trust Website http://www.shop.nationaltrust.org.uk and also http://www.amazon.co.uk

Recipes include sweet scones, roast pears with rosemary to Buckland Abbey’s Honey Cake.

‘Inspiration’ Sybil said ‘could be found everywhere you look, it might be a Tudor Watermill, where the scent of stone ground locally grown wheat is quite unlike mass produced flour’.

Simply Baking

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3 thoughts on “BAKING WITH THE NATIONAL TRUST…”

  1. Yes hutt, another Christmas present to hubby from our son was a National Trust membership so to get the best out of it we should go and visit more places where inspiration is all around you.

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  2. Yes hutt, another Christmas present to hubby from our son was a National Trust membership so to get the best out of it we should go and visit more places where inspiration is all around you.

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