Do you #LoveFreshCherries ?

#LoveFreshCherries

For as long as I can remember I have loved cherries. The only disappointment is always that cherry season never seems to last long enough. British cherry season runs from June through to September. It’s British cherry season now though – the perfect time to enjoy this delicious fruit! Britain’s tallest cherry tree is 45 […]

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Baking Christmas bread with the children

Christmas bread

This Christmas loaf is packed full of flavour, easy and affordable to prepare, and a perfect way to get the children involved in the kitchen whilst they are on holiday. You will need the following ingredients: 500 ml of water 2 tablespoons of active dry yeast 4 tablespoons of olive oil 130 g of sugar […]

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At home with the #WackyBakers

rainbow cake

The Great British Bake Off or GBBO as followers of the hit show sometimes refer to it as, is dominating TV ratings this year. I haven’t watched it. Something you’d think was a criminal offence talking to some people, but that’s nothing against the show, more that I don’t really get that much time to watch […]

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Using up left over Easter Eggs

Easter Eggs

The amount of Easter Eggs the children get each year is a little obscene. Each year I personally buy them less and less and they seem to end up with more and more. They love to hunt for eggs much more than they actually like eating them. Sound familiar to anyone? The big eggs that […]

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Easy free from pancakes

quick and easy free from pancakes

Pancake Day is fast approaching, Tuesday 9th February this year, for anyone that isn’t sure. What do you like on your pancakes? When I make them at home I get a range of requests for fillings from lemon and sugar, to jam, chocolate, banana, and my dad likes them with peanut butter and jam blurrrrrrrh! […]

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