Sarah Clelland brings you 50 scone recipes from the National Trust.History is best enjoyed with a scone, as everyone who’s visited a National Trust house knows. This book brings you the best of both. Scone obsessive Sarah Clelland has gathered 50 – yes 50 – scone recipes from National Trust experts around the country. And she’s written a quirky guide to 50 National Trust places to delight and entertain you while you bake or eat those blissful treats. Eccentric owners, strange treasures, obscure facts – it’s all here.Whip up a Triple Chocolate scone while you read about the mechanical elephants at Waddesdon Manor. Or savour an Apple & Cinnamon scone while you absorb the dramatic love life of Henry Cecil of Hanbury Hall. Marvel at a Ightham Mote’s Grade 1 listed dog kennel while you savour a Cheese, Spring Onion and Bacon scone. 50 of the best scones in history. And 50 of the best places to read about. You’ll never need to leave the kitchen again.

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3 thoughts on “The National Trust Book of Scones: 50 Delicious Recipes and Some Curious Crumbs of History

  1. What a brilliant plan for a cookbook. While hunting the web for some scone recipes with which to get started, I stumbled across Sarah Clelland’s National Trust Scones blog. Basically, Clelland spends her days traveling to various National Trust sites in the U.K., learning their history, and reviewing the quality of the scones in their tea shops. Naturally, when I discovered she had a book of the best scone recipes she’s found so far, I had to buy it. I am a firm believer in supporting this sort of quality investigative work…

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