How to Make Devonshire Tea with Scones, Strawberry Jam and Clotted Cream (Authentic English Recipes Book 7)

Written by Geoff Wells

About Authentic English Recipes

It’s great to try new recipes for the first time. To experience new flavors and food combinations you may never have thought of. But for most of our day to day cooking we never open a cookbook or precisely measure ingredients. We go by what feels right and the experience of cooking the same meal many times before.

The How To Make Authentic English Recipes series is more about the method and the ingredients than it is about precise measuring. This is the way our Grandmothers and Mothers cooked. These are recipes my Grandmother passed down to my Mother and then to me.

I hope you enjoy this series of cookbooks and will soon be using these homemade recipes and cooking like a true Brit.

About How To Make Devonshire Tea With Scones, Strawberry Jam and Clotted Cream

Devonshire tea is not a tea blend like Earl Grey or Orange Pekoe, it is a ritual performed everyday in small tea rooms throughout Southern England and particularly the County of Devon.

A favorite pastime for both locals and tourists this tradition should definitely be on your to-do list whenever you visit Devon.

Real English tea with milk, fresh hot scones with homemade strawberry jam and mounds of clotted cream are what is on the menu at 4 o’clock in the afternoon.
This is an occasional indulgence so don’t stress over the calories – just enjoy it.

Get this book now, put on the kettle, get out your best teapot and your favorite tea cozy. Whether you use loose tea in an infuser ball or tea bags, it’s time to steep your favorite tea, enjoy some scones, jam and clotted cream and revel in a time-honored British tradition.

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