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It’s cold outside, wet too and there’s nothing quite like a big steamy bowl of soup with sourdough toast and butter. I hope your autumn is not too cold, has a bit more sun in it than mine and you … Continue reading
Making hot cross buns have been part of my Easter tradition since I was a little girl. Over the years I’ve used all sorts of recipes from no knead to more traditional, changing up the spices, with and without an … Continue reading
Hello everyone, Happy New Year! How have you been? It’s been a long time between posts hasn’t it? Yeah, the 18th of March 2011 to be precise. Life and work has just been really busy and I made the choice … Continue reading
I’ve already proclaimed my love of making bread in the “Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day” style. So easy and the bread is such good quality and so tasty. But the last few weeks I’ve been hankering for fruit … Continue reading
Don’t you just love the days when you have enough time to do some serious cooking? Last Sunday I was able to spend the whole afternoon in the kitchen. My (very enjoyable) production line pumped out (from left to right) … Continue reading