- Coconut Chocolate Balls …
- Beers with Breakfast comes to Norwich
- Don’t we all deserve to be treated with dignity?
- Chocolate Mint Tiffins
- Chocca Mocha Cake
- Gluten Free Baking
- Norfolk Black Aberdeen Beef Brisket in Cranberry and Red Wine …
- Norfolk Knobs
- Norfolk Bramley Apple Flapjacks
- Apple and cinnamon hot cross buns …
- Super easy rich fruit cake recipe …
- Gooey Chocolate Brownies – delicious!
- Afternoon Tea Series – Raspberry and Almond Slice
- Afternoon Tea Series – Lavender Shortbread
- Afternoon Tea Menu …
- Chicken, apple and red cabbage puff pastry pie ..
- Getting obsessed with deep fried ice cream …
- How to make the easiest deep fried vanilla ice cream …
- Orange Curd Recipe
- Malteser Tray Bake Recipe
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Monthly Archives: January 2013
Lets take a look at spices. I’m going to look at Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Mixed Spice and Allspice. Where they come from and how to use them. Along with some yummy recipes including a traditional Irish Whisky Egg Nog. Nutmeg Botanically … Continue reading
I want to go through the different raising agents you can use to make your cakes and bakes rise up to the sky. There are only a few different kinds and they all create a chemical reaction with other ingredients … Continue reading
Ok while I think of it I want to share how buttermilk can help give you naturally amazing skin. I usually bake with buttermilk but it’s a fantastic beauty product. Once which I should really use more. I have some … Continue reading
I want to talk about ovens. The different types and which is best for baking or does it make no discernible difference. When I was young we had a wood burning stove. Now that is a tricky monster to try and … Continue reading
I wanted to share with you the snow we have had here in Norfolk, England. So much so that I had to sledge to The Mill to deliver the cakes!
I have just heard that I will have some fantastic guest bloggers appearing over the next few weeks. Watch this space for lots of interesting topics from experts in their field!
Claire’s Irish Sodabread I want to tell you about Irish Sodabread. Firstly it’s delicious (of course), secondly it’s made to a traditional recipe. It contains only good wholesome, natural ingredients. Sodabread is best eaten warm with lashings of butter and … Continue reading
Buttermilk. It could be called my ‘secret ingredient’. Well it’s not so much of a secret but an under used ingredient and I’m going to tell you about it. Buttermilk has fallen by the wayside in recent years but our … Continue reading