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Giveaway: Nostalgic Delights by William Curley

Giveaway Nostalgic Delights


Award-winning chocolatier, William Curley is passionate about taking classic recipes and modernising them through his own creations. Creating top-quality confectionery, cakes and patisserie are often seen as something only a trained professional can do, however with patisserie equipment now easily accessible to all, you can join William in creating traditional favourites and childhood treats in your own kitchen.

Nostalgic Delights by William Curley



William’s ethos is very much about using the best ingredients and techniques available, while making delicious creations accessible to the home cook and in this his third book, Nostalgic Delights, he guides us through making simple Hazelnut Rocher and Bakewell Tart, to comforting Arctic Roll, decadent Black Forest Gateau, French classics such as Charlotte Royal and truly nostalgic twists on chocolate bars of our childhood, such as Toblerone and Walnut Whips.

The stunning photography by Kevin Summers illustrates each recipe and technique and the straightforward, well-set out, step-by-step instructions will guide you through each recipe with ease. Whether it be a Jammy Dodger, a Blackcurrant Cheesecake or a Banana Split, in Nostalgic Delights William shows you how to take these childhood favourites to a whole new level.

To be in with a chance of winning this fab cookbook all you need to do is fill in the Rafflecopter widget below. UK entrants only please.

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Disclosure: I was sent a review copy of Nostalgic Delights. All thoughts are my own.

Comments

  1. Not sure if my comment posted then sorry, but my favourite desert was Jam Roly Poly & Custard.

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  2. Strawberry Blancmange made in a rabbit mould I always wanted the head not it's bottom! :) x

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  3. Mark Witherington28 December 2016 at 19:15

    Got to be bread pudding used to love it (and still do)

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  4. My mum made wonderful apple sponge pudding ( Eve's pudding ). It was a treat for Sunday lunch with custard of course

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  5. As a child I loved syrup sponge pudding and custard. Great competition, thanks for running :)

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  6. Cornflake tart and pink custard yum

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  7. My mum's bread and butter pudding and treacle tart

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  8. Bakewell tart and lots of ice cream

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  9. Chocolate Fudge Cake

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  10. I really enjoy bread and butter pudding

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  11. Treacel pud and custard. Yum. Loved the extra bit of treacle on top too!

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  12. My favourite childhood pudding was good old jelly and ice cream! I was always allowed to make the jelly! So many memories!!!

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  13. Rice pudding my mum use to make

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  14. As a child, it was Pistachio Cake. If asked now, I'd probably say Sticky Toffee Pudding. Thanks for this lovely giveaway!

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  15. Spotted Dick with custard (school always did a good one!)

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  16. the cornflake tart i used to have at school

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  17. The iced buns our school dinner lady cooked

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  18. jam roly poly! and custard

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  19. Chocolate pudding and pink custard

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  20. Jellycream evaporated milk and jelly whisked together

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  21. my nan used to make the best yorkshire parkin

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  22. Chocolate cake and chocolate custard! Omnomnomnom.

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  23. As a child I love Ambrosia Creamed Rice my wee gran always had a tin in the cupboard for me visiting and staying for dinner.

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  24. As a child i loved vanilla ice cream and still do

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  25. I used to love Angel Delight...it might have been out of a packet, but it was a highlight at visiting nanny's house. x

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  26. I love a classic treacle sponge or sticky toffee pud with custard!

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    1. Raspberry jam sponge and custard

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  28. My mum made a Tia Maria hedgehog. It had Nice biscuits in it and whipped cream on the outside. It was the best dessert ever! We can't find the recipe any more though.

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  29. Chocolate blancmange was something I always loved as a child, probably because there wasn't much else in those days!

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  30. Apple Crumble :) I have many fond memories of Sunday lunches at my grandmother's with her homemade apple crumble!

    Absolutely love the sound of this book, what a fab idea!

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  31. My nan used to make the best apple pie served with ice cream

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  32. I used to love the school chocolate hedgehogs with mint custard.

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  33. Apple Pie and ice cream

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  34. I always loved jam swiss roll with custard. Not had that in ages!

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  35. Arctic Roll! Was the best school dinner pudding ever!:)

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  36. My mum's rice pudding with apples and cinnamon

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  37. Apple strudel (@PeanutHog)

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  38. Rice pudding it was the only thing mum could cook!

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  39. Cornflake tart!!! Anyone remember that??

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  40. I've always loved lemon meringue pie. Yummy!

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  41. Bakewell tart and strawberry custard. :D

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  42. It was always my mother's trifle

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  43. Jam roly poly and custard

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  44. My grandmothers Crispy Pineapple Cake...basically a nice moist pineapple cake topped with syrup and cornflakes...best think you will ever eat x

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  45. chocolate cornflake cakes with vanilla icecream were the best when i was a kid

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  46. baked syrup sponge and custard, they were always so generous with the syrup and you got a massive chunk of sponge with it baked into it until it was ooey gooey gorgeous,then your dish was filled up with custard,heaven in a bowl

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  47. Bread and butter pudding with custard

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  48. My mum used to make the best rice pudding and pop a dollop of jam in it for us... used to have to fight her for the skin though

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  49. Sticky toffee pudding with lots of custard or icecream - sometimes had both LOL - yum, making me hungry now :) Awesome giveaway! Fingers crossed! x

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  50. My favourite childhood pudding as Rice Pudding and Custard together in the same bowl!

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  51. Chocolate concrete cake with mint custard xx

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