Check Out Royal Wedding Recipes
It's now just a couple of days until the Royal Wedding!
(You know the wedding where Will marries Kate at
Westminster Abbey?) I, Paige, simply adore royalty
and weddings. So, I want to prepare a typical
English snack while I learn more about the festivities.
Our library has great cookbooks with English recipes
and I want to tell you about three in particular:
The first book is this one. It has the call number of
J641.5942 HIL and can be found in the non-fiction
section. I like the introduction section which gives
a good summary of foods from England, "England is
famous for its large cooked breakfast and for
after-noon tea, dainty sandwiches, and sweets served
with a pot of tea. Takeout food also got its start in
England with fish and chips - pieces of fried cod or
haddock with thick French Fries served with salt
This is the second book with the call number of J641.59 ALB.
Pages 121-127 have recipes from the United Kingdom such as
cucumber sandwiches, scones, "Bubble and Squeak," and
The third book is a Kid's Dish series book and has all sorts of
great breakfast recipes, including the Peanut Butter and
Chocolate Chip Scones on pages 26-27. Found in the same non-
fiction areas as the other cookbooks, it has a call number of
J641.52 FAU and my mouth is watering with this one!
Clutching a wooden spoon and glass mixing bowl as well as
a picture of Will and Kate,