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Category Archives: Breakfast
As I mentioned in my new years post, Mr Bee and I are working our way through Jamie Oliver’s 15 minute meals, cooking one recipe each a week. We’re having so much fun. It adds quite an amount of novelty … Continue reading
A few years ago if you’d asked me what my favourite bought jam was I would have answered “some type of berry jam”. Until this year I had only ever made one batch of berry jam. We eat all sorts … Continue reading
My crème fraiche turned out as an example of the most delicious scrumptiousness. I am completely in love and addicted. Why did I not start making it years ago? It is sooo yummy and soo easy to make. Get yourself … Continue reading
:: scrambled eggs and toast from home-made bread for breakfast :: A batch of orange and cumquat marmalade :: Minestrone soup and more toast with home-made bread for lunch :: Yummy and easy fruit bread :: Lemon grass and ginger … Continue reading
I love eating muesli for breakfast (or granola when I’m visiting the US). The toasted stuff. Only problem is it’s laden with fat and sugar. So I came up with my own toned down version. By my reckoning it only … Continue reading