National Trust Book of Crumbles: 60 Delicious and Comforting Crumble and Cobbler Recipes by Laura Mason

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  • mjes on July 31, 2021

    Fresh peach cobbler (pg 31) - yes, I know. Who needs a recipe for a peach cobbler? Well, this recipe made me consider adding vanilla to my peaches, demerara sugar on top, and use boiling water for the dough. I ignored the instructions to prebake the peaches for no reason other than habit. And while my Father believed ice cream went with everything, I held firm on my belief there is no reason to ruin a great peach cobbler by putting ice cream on it. But this was another successful recipe from a cookbook I adore.

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  • ISBN 10 1911358472
  • ISBN 13 9781911358473
  • Published Oct 04 2018
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 128
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher National Trust

Publishers Text

Following on from the hugely successful National Trust Book of Scones, this book is a salute to Britain's ultimate comfort food—crumbles. From classic recipes like apple and blackberry or rhubarb crumble to exciting new variations like crumble cheesecakes and microwavable mug crumbles for the time-challenged, this is everything you need. Plus there is a section on how to make classic accompaniments such as jam and custard, and interesting historical cooking trivia is sprinkled throughout to help you pass the time while your crumbles are in the oven. Includes dual measures. 


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