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Britain’s Prince Charles visited a family baker in Scotland, where he tried his hand at making strawberry tarts.
The Prince of Wales paid a visit to the Reid’s Bakery in Thurso, north Scotland, and wasted no time getting involved in the family trade by donning a traditional white coat and hat before filling pastries with cream and putting sticky strawberry in tarts.
The 64-year-old royal was praised for his efforts by 19-year-old staff member Lauren McKenzie, who gave him a demonstration, but shortly before he had a go at making the calorific treats with a piping bag, he said: “I’ve no idea how these things work.”
She told The Herald newspaper: “He did very well. He didn’t grasp the bag tight enough at the top, but I think he did really well.”
Charles – who is known as the Duke of Rothesay in Scotland – was also given a tour of the facility, where he watched biscuits being packed and saw cakes being created, and he was “really interested” in the whole baking process.
Bakery worker Charlene Banks, 18, said: “He asked what type of flour I was using and how the scales worked. He seemed really interested.”
to try one’s hand – kipróbálja magát valamiben
to pay a visit to – látogatást tenni valahol
to waste time – időt pazarolni
to get involved in – részt venni valamiben
trade – kereskedelem, kereskedés
to don something – felölteni valamit, magára venni valamit
to fill pastries – megtölteni a süteményeket
sticky – ragacsos
to be praised for – megdicsérik valamiért
effort – erőfeszítés
demonstration – bemutató
calorific treat – kalóriadús nyalánkság
piping bag – habzsák
to grasp tight – szorosan megragadni valamit
facility – létesítmény
scales – mérleg
STRAWBERRY TARTS – RECIPE
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