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Anna Jones’ chocolate puddings
Anna Jones’ chocolate puddings

With the Great British Bake Off in full swing, amateur bakers like myself are taking to their mixing bowls armed with spatulas and measuring spoons in a bid to create a show-stopper bake capable of reducing family and friends to tears. Last weeks bread affair left me hankering for the perfect baguette and I’ve anticipated that this…

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Lovely Wilderness Festival
Lovely Wilderness Festival

I’m happy to admit that I am a devout festival goer, and if I had that bottomless pocket of cash that so many of us dream of, I would no doubt spend a large portion of mine on a carefully curated arm full of festival wristbands. This year Matt and I were given last minute…

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Pancake Day
Pancake Day

WHO DOESN’T LOVE PANCAKE DAY, …or to go by it’s more serious and far less appetising name, Shrove Tuesday. I have always been a little confused as to why this religious festival, intended for reflection and life assessment, has become a day where millions of atheists around the world gather together to ferociously flip pancakes and…

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Celery Soup For Dinner
Celery Soup For Dinner

A MIGHTY SOUP THAT’S WORTHY OF A DINNER. Every time I tell my boyfriend that I’m going to make soup for dinner he always looks at me in that same grateful but unsure way and I can almost hear him mentally going through the contents of the fridge as he wonders desperately what he will…

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How food blogs won me over
How food blogs won me over

Blogging does not come naturally to me. A couple of years ago you couldn’t have recommended a blog highly enough to me that it would actually make me sit down and enter its URL into my search bar. And trying to get me to update my then pitiful blog was like trying to make Mary…

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Raspberry and rosewater cupcakes
Raspberry and rosewater cupcakes

I suppose it would go without saying that my love for flowers extends beyond growing them in the garden and putting them in a vase. I love wearing them, drawing them and giving them. I also love cooking with them and am especially in love with rosewater and orange flower water in baking. A couple…

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Making paella
Making paella

The past two years have seen some unexpected life changes for me. One of the biggest changes I’ve faced is that after living in villages in the middle of nowhere for most of my 28 years I have now moved to a town for the first time in my life entering the dark and scary world…

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Brining duck legs
Brining duck legs

Duck legs are one of my most favourite things to eat. At a pub I used to work in a few years ago they used to get duck legs from a local butcher that were cured and they were the most delicious flavour! So when I saw Fergus Henderson’s recipe for brining duck legs I…

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Spanakopita – Greek spinach, feta and filo pie
Spanakopita – Greek spinach, feta and filo pie

Spinach is one of those things that every now and then I get an overwhelming craving for – usually after a spat of unhealthy eating when I can almost hear my body crying out for vitamins. There’s just something about eating it that makes me feel much better. Kind of like Popeye – kind of……

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Vintage inspired baking accessories
Vintage inspired baking accessories

When I arrived back from a two week road trip around Italy at 2 O’Clock in the morning it had completely slipped my mind that it was in fact Easter Day. It hadn’t crossed my mind that the fridge was empty and the shops would be shut and there was little-to-no hope of a surprise…

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When life throws you gooseberries… make Jam
When life throws you gooseberries… make Jam

I love that point when you have been visiting relatives and it becomes time to leave, where you are almost certainly persuaded to take something with you whether it be left over cake, plant clippings, some carrots dug out the garden (the later is a particular reference to my Grandad) or just something in the…

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