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  • Published: 4 July 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448182305
  • Imprint: Vintage Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 128
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The Little Book of Scones




For fans of the Great British Bake Off and The Vintage Tea Party - move over cupcakes - scones are back!

Move over cupcakes – scones are back.
Meet the 21st-century scone.
Cherry & Almond Hearts; Zingy Lemon with Mascarpone & Lemon Curd; Sun-dried Tomato & Jalapeno Swirls…

or…

Twisted Pistachio & Nutella Fancies; Monkey Butter Puddings; Good Morning Drop Scones with Bacon, Banana & Maple Syrup; and Steak & Ale Pie with a Cheesy Scone Lid.

Sconoisseurs Liam and Grace of All’Scone have pushed the humble scone to heady new heights with 30 unique sweet and savoury recipes that will get mouths watering and stomachs rumbling across the land!
Perfect for fans of the Great British Bake Off

  • Pub date: 4 July 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448182305
  • Imprint: Vintage Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 128
Categories:

About the Authors

Liam D'Arcy

Liam D'Arcy grew up in Staffordshire, on the same street as his girlfriend and business partner, Grace Hall. Two years ago Liam took Grace out on a date for afternoon tea and the fairytale began. By day Liam works for a food and drink recruitment company. By night, he and Grace are obsessive bakers and creators of the finest scones in the land. They now run a market stall on London's trendy Broadway Market, selling traditional scones with a twist.

Grace Hall

Grace Hall grew up in Staffordshire, on the same street as her boyfriend and business partner, Liam D'Arcy. Two years ago Liam took Grace out on a date for afternoon tea and the fairytale began. By day Grace is a stylist for a fashion retailer. By night, she and Liam are obsessive bakers and creators of the finest scones in the land. They now run a market stall on London's trendy Broadway Market, selling traditional scones with a twist.


Praise for The Little Book of Scones

“Just about the most charming food book I’ve come across this year”

Samuel Muston, Independent

“Liam and Grace are my kind of people - East London, tea-drinking anthropomorphism lovers. The Little Book of Scones is a creative explosion and charming celebration of the humble scone ... so much so that you may never eat an ordinary scone again - be warned.”

Angel Adoree, author of The Vintage Tea Party Book

“Anyone with a penchant for all things vintage will love this book, which comes complete with quirky illustrations and – our favourite – a musical recommendation to listen to while you’re making each scone”

Sunday Business Post

“A charming gift book”

The English Can Cook

“Scone connoisseurs Liam D’Arcy and Grace Hall run a busy market stall in their spare time selling their scone creations and now they share some of their inventive recipes in this cute book. It contains all sorts of sweet and savoury scone recipes, from Pesto and Chorizo to Golden Syrup Roly Poly”

Choice


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