Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Pair featured in cook book

THE Crooked Billet in Stoke Row and the Quince Tree café at the River & Rowing Museum in Henley are among the venues to be featured in The Oxfordshire Cook Book.

THE Crooked Billet in Stoke Row and the Quince Tree café at the River & Rowing Museum in Henley are among the venues to be featured in The Oxfordshire Cook Book, which is published next month.

The book features recipes and anecdotes from chefs, restaurants, café, pubs, farm shops and producers.

Paul Clerehugh, who runs the Crooked Billet, offers the recipe for builder’s tea brulée and milk chocolate hob nobs, while the Quince Tree supplies scrumper’s scotch egg.

The Oxfordshire Cook Book (£14.95), which is published by Meze Publishing, is released on June 6.



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