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British Baking

By (author) Oliver Peyton

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A book of unabashedly British baking by London's foremost bakers The Fluffy Vanilla Fairy Cakes with Chocolate Fudge Icing take you straight back to childhood. Retro throwbacks like Fig Rolls and Jammy Dodgers are perfect for elevenses. And traditional teatime treats like Victoria Sponge and Treacle Tarts are given a mouth-watering modern makeover. With over 120 recipes, British Baking is a must-have.

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  • Hardback | 288 pages
  • 192 x 248 x 30mm | 1,338.09g
  • 01 May 2012
  • VINTAGE
  • SQUARE PEG
  • London
  • English
  • col. Illustrations
  • 0224086618
  • 9780224086615
  • 55,502

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Author Information

Peyton & Byrne have bakeries at Heals, St Pancreas, The ICA, The British Library and The Wellcome Collection. The company, established by renowned restaurateur Oliver Peyton, also caters the capital's coolest cultural hotspots: The National Gallery, The Wallace Collection, Inn the Park, and, most recently, Kew Gardens. Oliver Peyton's first ever restaurant was the Atlantic Bar and Grill in Piccadilly. He is currently a judge on the Great British Menu.

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"Oliver Peyton is a pastry, pudding and dessert nut. No one better to do a baking book" -- Prue Leith "This beautiful book should be in everyone's kitchen" -- Heston Blumenthal "A gorgeous celebration of our baking heritage" -- John Koski Mail on Sunday, You Magazine

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Customer reviews

Gorgeous but flawed

This book is like David Beckham - sexy as all hell - but such a shame he has to talk... It is easily the most beautiful cookbook I have ever seen. It IS the new Britannia (circa Tony Blair / pre- GFC) - cool, whimsical, Kate Moss meets Coldplay, "keep calm carry on" ... Alas, when it comes to communicating, something goes slightly out of kilter. I tried to make the Sticky Toffee Pudding and the Cinder Toffee. Neither worked out. Here are the photos. Tell me if I did something wrong but to be honest I think the drafting of the recipes was lacking. It is a work of beauty though. http://www.cookmybooks.net/uncategorized/review-british-baking-by-peyton-and-byrne/show more
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