Teatime at Grosvenor Square
An Unofficial Cookbook for Fans of Bridgerton—75 Sinfully Delectable Recipes
Delightful food and drink recipes inspired by Netflix's hit show Bridgerton and Julia Quinn's bestselling novels. Finger sandwiches, pastries, roasts, desserts, cocktails, and more!
You are cordially invited to dine with society’s finest! From the magnificent macaron towers to the heavenly fruit-topped trifles, the food of Bridgerton steals the show. Teatime at Grosvenor Square brings you 75 tempting recipes inspired by those candy-colored treats and opulent feasts.
Now you can create a spread of delicate finger sandwiches, captivating canapés, and bite-sized sweets scrumptious enough to impress Queen Charlotte herself! Plus, you’ll find a few recipes worthy of a Bridgerton family supper.
This delightful book includes recipes for:
• English Scones and Pastries
• Jams, Spreads, and Marmalades
• Ice Cream
• Drinking Chocolate
• Meat Pies
• And more!
Whether you choose to enjoy a delicious confection with Daphne or a strong cocktail with the Duke, Teatime at Grosvenor Square will make binge-watching Bridgerton even better!
Clearwater, a devotee of Netflix's Bridgerton and Julia Quinn's bestselling novels, dishes out sumptuous teatime offerings inspired by the Regency-era drama in this seductive debut. Laced with quippy references to the show's high-society characters, including Eloise Bridgerton and the elusive Lady Whistledown, the straightforward recipes run the gamut from canap s and scones to macarons and trifles. Nectarine and goat cheese toasts are creamy and sweet, and "like Lady Whistledown's gossip, nectarines happen to be at their juiciest during London's social season." Cranberry orange scones pine for a dollop of clotted cream, which, "much like Lady Danbury... seems daunting but is actually delightful." There are also powdered sugar dusted Regency classic red currant queen cakes, decadent cinnamon macarons with brandy buttercream, and the amusingly titled A Bundt in the Oven, rendered lust-worthy with a vanilla glaze. Those not already sated might opt for more savory fare, such as an orange-glazed Roast Duck Fit for a Duke or a buttery asparagus with brie puff pastry. To wash it all down, there's a recipe for "Drinking Chocolate" that "requires a bit more effort than your standard mix," but if there's one thing Bridgerton fans know, "the best things in life often do." Turn to this volume for a tempting taste of Queen Charlotte's London.