The Scottish-English Texan by Tambra Kendall
56 Teatime Recipes (The Celtic Heritage Series)

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Afternoon tea can be simple or elaborate, just right for any entertaining occasion. A special day with your girlfriends, the monthly book club meeting, a baby shower, a wedding. Don't forget to take time out to pamper yourself, as well.
High tea, cream tea or low tea, this versatile way to dine offers a delicious experience for your family and friends.
The book contains 56 recipes from traditional favorites to some with a Southern flair. Charm those young and old with the culinary delights of teatime.

About Tambra Kendall

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Tambra Nicole KendallWhen Tambra was a little girl she used to cry because she wasn't enough to go to school. The goal at that young age, was learning how to to read and write. All those summers spent at the Beech Grove Public Library reading historical romance provided her love of the genre. At the age of 12 years old she decided she wanted to write romance, too.Tambra writes sensual and erotic romance in the areas of: contemporary, futuristic, fantasy, time-travel and paranormal but always with a dose of suspense.Her publishing credits include over two dozen articles and a specialty children's book.Tambra graduated from San Jacinto College in 2010 with an Associate of Arts degree. Shestarted teaching in 1994 and teachines now when her schedule allows. Many of her classes are taught online. In the past she has spoken to schools and writing organizations about the craft of writing. She is a CTM, a Competent Toastmaster. If you would like her to speak to your group you may contact her at: Please check Tambra's website for a schedule of upcoming classes and for new titles released.
Published January 28, 2013 by Daughters of Avalon Publishing, LLC. 68 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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