Be-Ro Flour Home Recipes: 40th Edition
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The company was founded as a tea and grocery company in 1875 by Thomas Bell – who produced the world’s first self-raising flour.Didnt they do this on great British bake off and prue leith said it was traditionally a genoise sponge? Getting something totally free is likely to get a true MoneySaver's heart pumping faster than any cardio workout ever could. I have a small collection of old Be-Ro books including the one I bought for myself in the 1970's and a couple of very early editions of my mum's and grandma's. I wrote about the tartlets here and then set about finding how far back they first appeared in a Be-Ro book. No idea on the difference in the recipes now, but I grew up cooking with this book and we always just used to completely interchange marg and butter (if it was for a special occasion/bake sale we'd always use butter).
Maybe yours is like those rare postage stamps where there's something missing and it's worth a fortune! I reached for it this morning, 'Stir Up Sunday', since my daughter and I are embarking on our first ever Christmas Pudding at home. History like this should always be preserved, especially something like this which has recorded changes in food trends for a century now. It can take some time keeping up with everyone's blogs, there's some which I've been following for years now.I think it's great that they keep updating it, I bet you can see the changes in trends through the decades as each new book was released. Although the one star was for the Dick Turpin who has these up on here at a daylight-robbery extortion and not for the Be-ro recipe book itself. They never change a great deal from one book to another so I'd say it's a 50/50 thing if you want to upgrade (mine's been repaired so many times there's more repair than book).