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Cookbooks and goat’s cheese & sage scones

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I treated myself to the cookbook Scones the other week. Pretty much every recipe in it looks gorgeous so I have decided to try a new recipe on a weekly basis. Naturally, being a cheese fiend, I started with cheesy scones.Tiny goat’s cheese and sage scones with loads of black pepper.Tea & Cake London is not really a cookbook, it’s a guide to lovely places to have tea and cake in London. I was delighted to see that my favourite pâtisserie, Maison Bertaux in Soho, is in it. The Decadent Cookbook was purchased in Viktor Wynd’s Little Shop of Horrors in Hackney last year. Scones is very user friendly and packed with photos. Arabesque is probably my favourite cookbook at the moment because I love Moroccan, Turkish, and Lebanese food. The Art of French Baking is going to be used a lot since mastering the art of French baking is on my 30 before 30 list. Plenty is absolutely brilliant but then I’m rather biased when it comes to Ottolenghi.The Art of French Baking.Plenty.

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