The Great Book of Yorkshire Pudding, delves deep into the history and folklore of the Yorkshire Pudding, explodes myths, tackles common problems and provides a failsafe recipe and step-by-step guide for making the perfect pudding every single time. It even includes a unique ‘Yorkshire Pudding Calculator’, to ensure your quantities are right, and variations suitable for special diets. Packed full of recipes for starters, mains, desserts, leftovers and parties, this book has everything you’d ever need to know about Yorkshire Pudding.

In this new edition, Elaine has refreshed what is a timeless book ensuring it is up to date including reflecting the need of recipes for a range of diets including gluten free and vegan without taking away from the traditional roots of this well-loved dish.

About the Author

Yorkshire born Elaine Lemm is a freelance food and travel writer writing for many leading titles including 20 years with the Yorkshire Post, food editor at Yorkshire Life magazine and 6 years with the New York Times company writing online about British and Irish food. The section on Yorkshire Pudding is consistently the most visited page on the site. Elaine sits on the final judging panel of Welcome to Yorkshire’s prestigious annual tourism and food awards and is co-chair of the National Farm Shop and Deli Awards. She was voted one of the top 50 food writers in the UK and is a member of the Guild of Food Writers.

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