What first attracted me to this book was the fabulous cover. I’m a bit of a sucker when it comes to an attractive book cover and the combination of colour, subject matter and intriguing title, completely sealed the deal for…

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We’re more than half way through April already and so it’s time for The Great British Bake Off Calendar Challenge. Last month I made Mathri, a spicy Rajasthani snack, this month I’m making Syrniki. Syrniki’s are thick Russian pancakes, made from…

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I’ve always loved the idea of a cake in a mug. A quick and easy bake, hardly any washing up to do and they look so delicious, why wouldn’t you bake your cake in a mug! So when I found out Suzy Pelta…

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It’s the Great British Bake Off Calendar Challenge time again. Last month saw me making a Gluten-Free Fresh Lemon Tart, which was delicious, especially with the ground almonds crust. This month I’m making Mathri, a Rajasthani snack, accompanied with mango chutney. These…

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They say first impressions count and this is certainly the case for these fabulous chocolates from Robins & Sons chocolatiers. They definitely have the wow factor, their presentation is second to none and they simply ooze luxury and pure decadence, so a huge…

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I recently came across this recipe in the Co-op food magazine and thought it sounded absolutely delicious. This banana bread is a perfect alternative for a breakfast treat and can also be enjoyed throughout the day. The pairing of bananas and walnuts was just…

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My daughters and I love a nice hot chocolate. We love them with cream, we love them with marshmallows , in fact we just love them! Hot chocolate, for me, always seems to hit the mark, with its smooth, creamy…

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I adore chocolate. I mean, who doesn’t, right? That mouth-watering smell, delicious smooth taste, you really can’t beat a relaxing evening of drinking your favourite wine and tucking into a lovely box of chocolates. Heaven. So when the lovely people…

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