Eat these still warm from the oven, jammy fruit, almost too hot, oozing from the cracks as you take a bite. A spoonful of cold clotted cream adds just the right contrast to the syrupy apple and a cup of tea completes the moment of pure bliss...When I think about my … Continue Reading ››
Filling your entire home with the smell of apples and spice, every mouthful packs an autumnal punch. Enjoy the sheer alchemy as the apples, cider, cinnamon, cloves and brown sugar are transformed into a mass of molten, burnished heaven...
How many crumbles … Continue Reading ››
A crumbly biscuit base, cushions of soft cinnamon cream topped with a gleaming crown of autumn fruits...I am SO happy about this recipe. It's perfect if you love the autumnal combo of apple and blackberry but you're looking for a change from the usual crumbles and pies.
Cheesecake NostalgiaCheesecake is one of those desserts that's … Continue Reading ››
Subtle, sweet pear and unctuous almond make this gluten free cake moist, luxurious and incredibly more-ish (Don't say you weren't warned...)It's a funny thing, having a food blog. People assume that you're suddenly an expert in all things cooking and baking. Continue Reading ››
Soothing, warm and creamy, this liquid heaven in a cup contains the classic combo of rich white chocolate, & sweet, tangy raspberries. Add the delicate floral undertone of lavender and you've got something pretty special...
(or is that pretty AND special??)I love food. I really love food that tastes amazing. But I really, REALLY love food … Continue Reading ››
I meant to post this recipe over the Wimbledon fortnight - it just seems so fitting as it contains all the great British ingredients that we associate with those two weeks of guaranteed sunshine (yeah right..) and great British tennis (yeah ri...you get the idea...) Continue Reading ››
Warning: This page contains cookiesA little techy pun for you there (Mum, if you're reading this, I'll explain it later!) I've always been a fan of cookies. I remember being incredibly jealous when I was about 13 and went to a friend's birthday party. Rather than having the normal birthday cake she … Continue Reading ››
This recipe is dedicated to my friends, Nick and Elise, whose new house we visited last weekend, and who, very kindly, allowed me to go and fill a bag with apples from the two trees in their garden. I could I suppose have given them the crumble I made by way of … Continue Reading ››
If you want the sweet, zingy freshness of a lemon meringue pie, but in the form of a gooey cookie, then these little babies are for you. You can whizz them up in 15 minutes and devour at your leisure (probably less than 15 minutes...) I made a batch to take as … Continue Reading ››