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Tag Archives: Brunch
Baby it’s cold outside and this soup would have to be the leading contender for the 2012 “Go to soup”. You can see the 2010 “Go to soup” via the link here. Recipe: 1 large or 2 small leaks, clean and … 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
When I first started blogging I was quite concerned about posting on topics at the right time of year (see how almost five months of blogging makes me a pro 😉 ). I thought if I posted a seasonal … 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
One of the things I love about cooking is that it’s a relatively easy way to experience a variety of different cultures. And what could be more at the heart of a culture than the food that people eat and … Continue reading
I have just had the most wonderful Sunday. It was cold, rainy and gloomy outside but inside we had friends over for brunch. Inside it was warm with laughter and friendship and little children running around. We made lovely food … Continue reading