Music To Cook To In July

Music to cook to in July is all about gardens, and sunshine, and being outside.

To get you in the mood you could listen to Beethoven’s symphony No 6 – the Pastorale, James Taylor’s On the Fourth of July, or to the languid Gardens of Sampson and Beazley by Pink Martini.


Or alternatively this rendering by Tasty Cake of Joseph Arthur’s ‘In the Sun’. Or there is the glorious medieval Maiden in the Mor lay by the Duffay Collective.

For a recipe for a summery tasty cake, go here and for a delicious coffee cake go here.





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