‘What goes up must come down’ said Isaac Newton. This law applies to soufflés, puffed up and fluffy as they leave the oven but falling after several minutes on the outside. Such is life and gravity. Take this philosophically and assisted by a French chef […]
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Black and blue berry nice summer tart recipe with a hint of mint!
My apologies but I couldn’t resist the pun on words. It’s such a berry very nice tart. Neither can I resist the tart itself, recommended by Kate of Cornwall who regularly and impressively makes cakes from this blog and many other sources. She passed this […]
Spelt croissants – or unspeltified! :)
Did you know croissants didn’t originally come from France? Apparently they were invented following an attempted invasion and some helpful bakers! Will tell you the exciting tale later. But today’s recipe is for croissants that have been ‘speltified’. You can make them with plain or […]
Healthy lime, orange blossom and pistachio cake recipe
Christmas and the new year are coming and you’d like a guilt-free healthy cake. Or you have recently discovered your cholesterol level has shot through the roof like me, and you URGENTLY need such a cake! Don’t panic, you can have your spelt flour, sugar-free […]