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23 01, 2018

Traditional Dundee cake

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Traditional Dundee cake

The Dundee cake is a traditional Scottish bake closely linked to the marmalade industry where the surplus of orange peel from the marmalade factories were used in the cakes. Therefore, of an authentic Dundee cake uses […]

23 01, 2018

Whole-Egg Pasta Dough

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Whole-Egg Pasta Dough

This delicate pasta dough is great with lighter sauces. Nothing is more delicious and homely than fresh pasta and it’s much easier than you think with just three ingredients! Recipe via the Gourmet Traveller.

400 g “00” flour […]

23 01, 2018

Traditional British Custard

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Traditional British Custard

When it’s cold and chilly outside, nothing is more comforting than a warm bowl of homemade custard, whether you enjoy it on its own, over a simple banana or served over a delicious steamed pudding. Recipe via […]

23 01, 2018

Asparagus & Wensleydale Quiche

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Asparagus & W'dale Quiche

Quiches aren’t just for summer, they can be delicious warm on a cool Autumn day served with British potatoes and vegetables. Recipe via Wensleydale Creamery

Filling Ingredients:200 g trimmed asparagus1 bunch trimmed spring onions100 g Oak Smoked […]

23 01, 2018

Nanny T’s British Yorkshire Puddings

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Nanny T’s British Yorkshire Puddings

A Sunday roast just isn’t complete without the traditional British Yorkshire puddings, this tasty, fool proof recipe has been pasted down through many generations. Golden, and totally delicious just don’t forget to get the oil […]

22 01, 2018

Portuguese Custard Tarts

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Portuguese Custard Tarts

These iconic pastel de nata Portuguese pastries date back to the 16th century, when the confections, were often made by nuns in convents. Now these little custard tarts with a hint of lemon are enjoyed at breakfast […]

22 01, 2018

Lemon Cupcakes & Vanilla Frost

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Lemon Cupcakes / Vanilla Frost

These sunshine sweet homemade lemon cupcakes with vanilla frosting are incredibly soft and bursting with lemon flavour! Great for sharing at the Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning or for a little treat among friends. Recipe […]

22 01, 2018

Chocolate Volcanoes

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Chocolate Volcanoes

It’s pudding week on Great British Bake Off so why not sample one of Paul Hollywoods favourite little hot chocolate puddings. These little volcanoes release a soft, silky river of chocolate, a real show stopper.Equipment: 4 individual pudding […]

22 01, 2018

Blackberry and Apple Steamed Pudding

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Blackberry & Apple Steam Pud

It’s the season when blackberry and apples are in abundance and we want to start getting cosy at home. So what better dessert to enjoy but a comforting fruit steamed pudding. Recipe via The Cherry […]

22 01, 2018

Classic Crème Caramel

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Classic Crème Caramel

Great British Bake Off is launching it’s first ‘caramel’ themed week. So why not try Mary Berry’s classic crème caramel as a treat this weekend. It may not be a bake, but it certainly delivers that delicious […]