English Cream Tea Made Simple - Scones are Easy
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1 Welcome to English Cream Tea Made Simple2:19
2 Mastering The Art of Scones1:03
3 What You Need To Know About Equipment and Ingredients7:04
4 First Turn On Your Oven: How To make Fruit and Plain Scones26:09
5 How to Make Cheese Scones15:37
6 Pimp Your Savoury and Sweet Scones: Jam Or Cream First?14:34
7 Troubleshooting Tips3:23
8 Final Thoughts, Your Projects Please and FutureClasses3:23
About This Class
Learn how to make plain and fruit scones and dollop on jam and cream; savoury ones to have with soup or smoked salmon.
You'll also learn how to adapt the recipes to make your own signature scones!
I will walk you through each stage including what equipment you need, what is the best flour to use and why, how to serve your cream tea and troubleshooting any problems that occur.
So join me in my kitchen, turn on the oven, roll up your sleeves and, as Mel and Sue would say,
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Great baking class! Lea is such a lovely teacher! My scones have never been better :) I especially enjoyed the troubleshooting tips
Tea Content Specialist & Recipe developer
Great class. Quick and easy which is just what I needed when I was craving something sweet mid afternoon :)
Very easy to follow and fun.I like the fact that Lea shows the equipment that is needed and explains about the ingredients. I also like the troubleshooting section, hopefully my scones won't fall into that category. The recipes are on her blog. I hope that she does a class on brownies, the ones on her blog look yummy! :)
'Food is my passion - in words, in pictures, in cooking, in eating but most of all in sharing!'
Passionate baker and amateur cook, Lea Harris is an Edinburgh-based freelance food writer who was on the first series of 'The Great British Bake Off' and firmly believes that food is for sharing, especially baking!
Her first experience at making anything was when she was 4 years old, being taught to make jam tarts at the kitchen table with her dad. Half a century later, Lea is still learning and teaching herself new skills.
Whenever she is abroad, you will find her immersed in the local culture, whether it's at a market, sniffing out artisan bakeries or eating traditional food in someone's kitchen. Lea is passionate about food in all its guises, championing local producers, artisan bakers, independent coffee shops and cafes in Edinburgh. Well known at the various markets in and around the city, she is often found chatting to the stallholders about their products and how they are made.
Her first blog, OfftheEatenTrack, is mainly about food and travel and she has just published IntheKitchenwithBakersBunny to coincide with her Skilshare courses and contains recipes and helpful hints. Lea also writes a monthly 'What's in Season' column in Edinburgh foodie magazine, Bite; reviews for Citylicious and has co-wrote Taste Britain by Punk Publishing. She has also been a food judge for the Great Taste Awards.