Mary Barry’s Devonshire Scones Recipe

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Why Devonshire? The name comes from the county of Devonshire, in the south-west of England. These places are famous for their beautiful landscapes, seaside resorts and traditional tea drinking. Tea is served here with skins, strawberry jam and melted thick cream. By the way, the British are divided into those who first spread jam on the scones, and then put cream on those who do exactly the opposite: first cream, then jam. And I found the recipe for these scones from the British culinary writer and TV presenter Mary Barry.

Portuguese Cakes “Pate de Nata” Recipe

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“Pasteis de nata” (Pasteis de nata) cakes with custard. These cakes are called “Pate de Belem”, all other ” fakes “are simply called”Pate de nata”. Today I chose from all possible versions of the “fake” recipe with the “smallest” amount of sugar and I will use milk instead of cream. Careful, it’s sweet! But very tasty! The Portuguese have a sweet tooth!