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Treasure 12: Clara Palmer-Morewood's Recipe Book

The Record Office has many household recipe books (or receipt books as they were known), dating back to the 17th Century.  Our twelfth treasure is the 1830s recipe book of Clara Palmer-Morewood of Alfreton Hall. 363 more words

50 Treasures

Cherry Bakewell Pudding*

Use a cherry brandy for added ‘berryness’. Easily adapted for a wheat and dairy free alternative. Serve with some vanilla ice cream. 146 more words


Just desserts from the Yallambie kitchen

There was a large patch of dead lawn at Yallambie, large enough for the visiting Indian cricketers to practice their googlies. In the summer heat the grass was reduced to a stubble, a brown and blasted verdure that struggled to hold the top soil together in the north wind. 2,548 more words

A History Of Yallambie

The Retirees go Abroad – Bakewell Derbyshire

We have been fortunate over the years to have good neighbours and the same has happened here in Long Eaton. John and Pam are a retired couple who have lived their whole lives in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire and know the area well. 479 more words

Derbyshire Expeditions

Bakewell and its Pudding

We recently enjoyed a road trip around England where we spent many nights on farms as well as meeting amazing ‘taste makers’ for Pickles & Pears… 451 more words


Bakewell, Derbyshire

While staying at Anroach Farm, we were in a good position to visit Bakewell, a small market town famous for its Bakewell Puddings. In my 10 years in England I never tried a real one and I always associated Bakewell puddings with Mr Kipling’s confectionary (which I was never a fan of), but now I know, they are tarts and not puddings. 189 more words


Homage to the Bakewell Tart

When I was a child I had a serious sweet tooth. I remember being so determined to reach a jar of sweets my mum had placed upon a high shelf. 568 more words