A Recipe for Jam Roly Poly

As you may know, at the start of my forthcoming book The Crow Folk our young heroine Faye Bright finds a book left to her by her late mother. In this book are spells, recipes, incantations… and a recipe for Jam Roly Poly (translation for non-British folk: Jam Roly Poly is a much-loved pudding that has the same density as a sock stuffed with pastry, but filled with jam and tastes lovely with custard).

I am delighted to announce that the recipe featuring rationed ingredients from 1940 is finally available for lovely subscribers to my newsletter. It was compiled by Miss Burgess, a baker of some repute in the village. 

You’re NOT a subscriber to my newsletter?? Then sign up now and grab your free recipe and a sample of the first few chapters of the book here.

And you can watch the delectable Miss Burgess try both the 1940 and modern recipes here…

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MarkStayWrites

Author, screenwriter, and co-founder of the Bestseller Experiment podcast.

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