19 REASONS TO READ THROUGH AFTERNOON TEA4TWO’S POSTS FOR OCTOBER…

1.14 Reasons to Read Through Afternoon Tea4Two’s posts for September

Food Awareness Days/Week

2. National Curry Week – Monday 4th – 10th October

3. Food Awareness Days/Weeks and Food Festivals for November

4. World Egg Day – Friday 8th October

5. World Food Day – Saturday 16th October

6. Chocolate Cupcake Day – 18th October

7. Apple Day – Thursday 21st October

Other posts included:-

8. October Seasonal Fruit and Vegetables

9. The Pros & Cons to Buying A House

10. How to Make Caramalised Sugar

11. My Favourite 5 Minute Chocolate Mug Cake Recipe

12. 10 Tips on Baking Your Christmas Cake

13. 10 of the Best Healthy Vegetables to Keep Fit This Winter

14. Green Tea can Help with Weight Loss, High Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Induce Sleep and more.

15. 9 Basics for Great Baking

16. Another Fascinating Fact about Coffee Made from Cat Poop

17. Some Pumpkin Face Ideas For Halloween

Book Reviews

18. A Brilliant Book for Amateur Bakers – Review

19. Nadiya Hussain’s Scone Pizza Recipe in her book “Nadiya Bakes”

I hope you enjoyed my posts for October. With Christmas now clearly on our calenders I hope to cover a lot more Christmas related posts.

NADIYA HUSSAIN’S SCONE PIZZA RECIPE IN HER BOOK “NADIYA BAKES”…

Nadiya Hussain’s cookbook “Nadiya Bakes” includes her version of the traditional scone.

The Daily Beast wrote “Topped with clotted cream and blueberries, this creative scone from “The Great British Bake Off” champion Nadiya Hussain’s cookbook is deliciously improper. Once she began baking one of the first recipes she learned how to make was for the traditional scone. But while she may be a star baker now, her first try making this quintessential British treat didn’t go so well.

“I very much over handled [the dough], so it was tough and chewy,” says Hussain. “My teacher told me, ‘Overworked.’ It’s one of the fundamentals you learn that I go back to time and time again. I love classic scones.”

Taking inspiration from another classic, her recipe for scone pizza is a fantastically nontraditional version of the teatime staple. It’s featured in her latest book Nadiya Bakes, which was released last summer.

Her recipe does make a single, large pizza-like scone that is flavored with lavender and lemon, and is topped with layers of clotted cream and blueberry jam. The scone pizza takes less than an hour to make in total, and it’s the sheer swiftness of the recipe that she finds most comforting.

Source: The Daily Beast , Amazon