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By Lisa Thomas

More than eighty gorgeously illustrated recipes from a bakery that has quick turn into an institution for cake fans, with a purple placeholder ribbon and lots of quirky charm

Primrose Bakery is a fashion of life—from home made croissants at breakfast, via fruity loaves at espresso time, to a slice of layer cake with afternoon tea, these recipes have the complete day lined. and that is not to mention their signature cupcakes with buttercream icing in each taste, a scrumptious deal with regardless of the time of day. detailed concoction comprise Cookies and Cream Cupcakes, Rhubarb Cupcakes, Triple Layer Caramel Cake, Ginger Cream Christmas Cake, Coconut and Raspberry Slice,  Aunt Mary's Bourbon Biscuits, and tricky marriage ceremony tarts. This excellent baking instruction manual is packed filled with quirky appeal. since it is a baking company that originated in a house kitchen, the bakers know the price of easy recipes that provide nice effects. From staff-favorite recipes and hand-me-down truffles from the vendors' mothers, to the key of excellent icing and sugar undefined, this e-book is a mouthwatering window onto the year-round global of Primrose Bakery. contains metric measures.

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CORN MUFFINS Corn muffins are still relatively unknown as a breakfast treat in Britain. We were introduced to them by Martha’s brother Daniel in New York, where he lives and where we eat them cut open, toasted and spread with grape jelly. 285g plain flour 230g yellow cornmeal or polenta flour 3 tbsp granulated sugar 2½ tsp baking powder � tsp bicarbonate of soda � tsp salt Pinch of nutmeg 230ml buttermilk (you can make your own by combining 230ml milk with 2 tsp lemon juice) 3 tbsp unsalted butter, melted and cooled 3 tbsp corn oil 2 large eggs 3 tbsp honey Makes 12 muffins If you are making your own buttermilk, do this first and set aside.

Preheat the oven to 180°C/gas mark 4. Line a 12-hole muffin tray with muffin cases. Sift the dry ingredients into a large bowl. Put the wet ingredients (buttermilk, butter, corn oil, eggs and honey) into a separate large bowl. Add all the wet ingredients to the dry and, using an electric hand mixer, beat on a high setting for about 1 minute. Divide the mixture evenly between the muffin cases filling them two thirds full, and bake in the oven for 12–15 minutes until risen and golden brown. You could serve these straight from the oven or allow to cool in the tin and then serve either cold or lightly toasted.

Once they are completely cool, spread each cake with the Brandy Buttercream Icing and decorate with sprigs of holly and fresh berries if desired. BRANDY BUTTERCREAM ICING 115g unsalted butter, at room temperature 30ml semi-skimmed milk 1 tsp good-quality vanilla extract 30ml brandy 500g icing sugar, sifted Makes enough to ice 12 regular cupcakes, or you can double the quantities to ice a 20cm Christmas cake Using an electric hand mixer, beat the butter, milk, vanilla extract, brandy and half the icing sugar in a bowl until smooth.

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