HOUSEKEEPING BOOKS THROUGH THE CENTURIES… — The Village Kitchen…

Before 1800, housekeeping books tended to be handwritten collections of recipes and instructions tried and tested by the household cook. By the 1850’s they were developed into books for ‘adult women’, in particular for your brides who were setting up home. They were intended as work manuals, they were without lavish photography or even set […]

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Chocolates — daneelyunus

Chocolates – It is very popular sweet among in kids, children, and youngsters and also adult. Chocolates are especially popular in kids and children. Chocolates are present in ice cream, cake, pastry, pudding and candy. It is made up of the seeds of a cacao bean, sugar and milk so the taste of chocolate is […]

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WHAT TEA IS THE BEST TEA TO DRINK WITH CHOCOLATE ?… — The Village Kitchen…

What is the best tea to drink with chocolate? Successful combinations of tea and chocolate can be achieved in a variety of ways. You can look for tea/chocolate pairings that share similar flavor characteristics, thereby enhancing one another. Conversely, you can also find very satisfying combinations where the flavors of the tea and chocolate contrast […]

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TAKEAWAY AFTERNOON TEA NOW AVAILABLE AT #THEVILLAGEKITCHEN… — The Village Kitchen…

To help celebrate Afternoon Tea Week week which is 14th-20th August, Lucy (proprietor) has created a unique Afternoon Tea Takeaway all presented in a lovely box. Included in the box (for one) is some mixed sandwiches with crisps and a salad pot followed by a scone with jam, clotted cream and strawberries and a choice […]

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ICED TEA FOR THE HOT WEATHER… — The Village Kitchen…

Iced tea in this hot weather is a great alternative to hot tea and with so many different flavours to choose from you are spoilt for choice. Use the same method you would use to make simple iced tea: just boil 2 cups of water, steep 3-5 tea bags in it for 5 minutes, pour 2 cups of […]

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