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Recipes

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Book Collage

Books for Foodies 2022

Recommended books for food lovers Whether you want to give a book as a present or to put one or ...
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Mincemeat in jar

Christmas Baking: Mincemeat for Mince Pies

Mince Pies with Homemade Mincemeat are Fabulous When you taste a mince pie made with homemade mincemeat, you are in ...
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Giant Sausage Roll

Let’s reclaim the sausage roll

Create amazing flaky pastry and add a great filling How do you like your sausage rolls?  Tasty, flaky pastry is ...
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Beetroot and Raspberry cake

Bake a Beetroot Raspberry Cake

Beets or Beetroot? Pair with raspberries for a great cake At this time of year, it is so easy to ...
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Barley Bread

Bake Better Bread: Why you should scald flour

Scalding Flour Why scald flour? It will give you a loaf of bread that is more moist and will last ...
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Oldbury Tarts

Oldbury Tarts

A traditional Gloucestershire Recipe Do you make a traditional recipe from your locality? As a newcomer to Gloucestershire I really ...
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Muffins baked on the griddle

Let’s talk muffins, bread muffins

Bread Muffins, a British Classic Alas, the rare time we get to eat bread muffins these days is when we ...
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Crispy Leeks Recipe

Leeks Kerala Style

This recipe uses all the leek! Looking for a great mid-week supper? This Leek recipe is easy and delicious. Made ...
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Tangzhong Loaf

Japanese Milk Bread. Yudane vs Tangzhong

For a light fluffy bread, try Japanese Milk Bread Japanese Milk bread is a light fluffy bread. One of those ...
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Galettes des Rois

Galette des Rois – King Cake

What is a Galette des Rois? At this time of year, Epiphany, French boulangeries are stocked with Galettes des Rois ...
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Sweet potato tart

A super savoury vegan nut butter tart

Nut butter pastry is a revelation! Have you ever sat eating something in a cafe and wondered just how they ...
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Venison Stew

Try my delicious venison stew recipe

Autumn Flavours I often make this venison stew recipe at the start of the week. That way we can have ...
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Fermented raisins

Time to ferment bread with raisin water

No yeast? No sourdough starter? Try fermented fruit water Whilst chatting with fellow female breadbakers from Bread Chat, Michelle, from ...
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Almond stollen

Bake my Stollen Recipe

I'm not at all sure when I first tasted Stollen. My first memory is of a fruity bread with marzipan ...
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Lena's Porridge Bread Buns

Lena’s Swedish Porridge Bread Recipe

Do you delight in eating porridge for breakfast? Or would you rather stick to bread? No need to choose,  bake ...
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A selection of mini cakes

Meet Laurian Veaudour master patissier, make mini choux buns

When you were little, did you know what you wanted to be when you grew up? I wanted to be ...
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Baked rhubarb almond cake

Make a delicious rhubarb dessert

Try my Rhubarb Dessert Recipe With plenty of rhubarb growing in the garden and available in the markets, it's time ...
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artichoke, asparagus, fresh garlic

How to eat Artichokes and Asparagus

I love this time of year. There's such a sense of expectancy. Plants are growing (let's just ignore the weeds) ...
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Bread Proving on Couche

Bake Better Bread: Pre ferment – Pâte fermentée

 Do you want to know a secret? This is one of the secrets to making great tasting bread and is ...
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Best Scone Recipe

How to make the best scone ever

Baking Scones One of the enjoyable things I get to do is to head over to Log House Holidays and ...
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Duck cooked sous vide

Top Tips for Sous Vide Cooking

Learn to love sous vide cooking Do you love eating fish, but are never too happy about cooking it? Do ...
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Zucchini Courgette Brownie Recipe

Try this moist chocolate courgette brownie recipe

At this time of the year you might be overwhelmed with courgettes / zucchini. I swear that they grow whilst ...
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Preserved lemons - Auntie Caroline style

Get yourself in a perfect pickle

There's nothing like a good pickle to accompany your favourite cheese or charcuterie. It's that all important zing that makes ...
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The Orange and Almond Cake

An amazing orange cake by Emily Scott

May I suggest that after chocolate, citrus is everyone's favourite flavours? Flavours that excite the palate and add a refreshing ...
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Ready to eat the Madeleines

Pistachio and Pomegranate Madeleines

Madeleines - small, delicious and very moreish A madeleine is a small very buttery cake with a crisp edge. They ...
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