Happy New Year, I hope 2020 is treating you well so far! I’ve had a lovely break, but now it’s time to get back to business and I’m looking forward to sharing plenty of delicious recipes with you this year – including today’s very tasty recipe for spicy chickpea soup!
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It’s been a while since we had a cake recipe on the blog and this one is such a treat! I made it a few weeks ago for a school picnic and it disappeared in no time. The cake is lovely and moist with a delicious flavour, and is very easy to prepare.
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It’s a complete coincidence that this recipe was next up on my blogging schedule given last Saturday’s big rugby game! I was recently given a copy of James Martin’s “Great British Adventure” cookbook, and when I spotted the recipe for Welsh cakes I simply had to try them right away.
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If you’re looking for your next cookie fix then take it from me – these peanut butter cookies should definitely be the next thing you bake. These giant, chewy cookies are loaded with peanut butter and dark chocolate and it’s virtually impossible to eat just one. Totally yum, you have been warned!
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Today’s post is all about one of my absolute, favourite things. Ever. Maybe it is one of yours too… it’s chocolate! This recipe for espresso caramel millionaire shortbread (try and say that without your mouth watering) comes from the latest addition to my cookbook collection – “Chocolate” by Katelyn Williams of The Kate Tin, and it’s a goodie!
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Hello foodies! It’s great to be back after a little break last week and today I am excited to tell you about the latest addition to my cookbook collection. It is written by none other than one of our talented local food bloggers, Ming-Cheau Lin. Ming recently launched her first cookbook titled “Just Add Rice” and it is unlike any of the other books on my kitchen shelf, here’s why…
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Sometimes you just need some cookies in your life! Like last week. May has been the craziest month of the year so far for me and while I enjoy embracing the busy I realised that I have not had any time to do some leisurely baking for the family. So I decided it was high time I rectified that situation and grabbed my copy of “Sweet” by Yotam Ottolenghi and Helen Goh for some cookie inspiration!
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It’s soup season and right on cue the kiddies and I have all come down with horrible colds! Whether you are needing some wholesome sustenance or a hot bowl of goodness to chase away the chills (or the germs!), this vegan tomato and red pepper soup with fresh basil is bound to do the trick.
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