Monthly Archives: July 2014

Roast Vegetables with Pomegranate Molasses

I went into the larder yesterday and a pile of vegetables were gazing balefully at me.  I had bought them for the weekend but we had done other things and my menu plans had gone awry.  As I am going … Continue reading

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Vanilla Pannacotta with Blackcurrants

I have been so lucky with piles of fabulous, fresh local fruit recently.  Blackcurrants, loganberries, strawberries, gooseberries and red currants.  We have had many of the classics such as gooseberry fool and some new ideas such as blackcurrant shortbread cake. … Continue reading

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Children’s Cooking Class

I had to show you a picture of the girls who came over for a cooking class with me on Saturday.  It was such fun and they all cooked perfectly.  We made a plaited loaf similar to the milk loaf … Continue reading

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Milk Loaf, a really good white bread

When I was a child we would often go to Kings Bakery in Ripon on a Saturday to buy a plaited milk loaf – it was my favourite bread and I loved going to this bakery with its in-one-door, out-the-other … Continue reading

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