First published in 2017, still as relevant today. Now that we are thinking about rejoining society after our enforced Covid lockdown, perhaps we need to be even more aware of the ways we can be persuaded to part with more money than we were planning. I haven't been...
These are simply divine, hot out of the oven with a generous slice of cheese in the middle, so it half melts.
I first wrote this post in May 2017, and here we are 3 years later. Mike was again 'needing some chocolate', so I made him some of these. I'm baking much more whilst in lockdown and we're both showing that! Chocolate Muffins Recipe Mike was 'needing some...
A moist chocolate fudge cake recipe that can easily convert to a vegan chocolate fudge cake
Chicken liver parfait that’s smooth unctuous and rich. Vary it around the amount of ingredients you have, it’s very accommodating
We had a large loft and decided that we’d like to convert that as well. We wanted a bedroom each end and a bathroom in the middle. Nothing complicated, but my goodness, it took us a long time to get the go-ahead.
These noodles don’t take too long and you can really stretch out a few shreds of chicken or keep it vegan
A delicious, nutritious, old fashioned recipe that’s super cheap too
Baguette – crispy on the outside, light and fluffy on the inside, and with a lovely texture that’s chewy and delicious. Would you like a foolproof baguette recipe?
Chocolate scones are a bit different and very delicious. We had one with thick cream and bottled dark cherries. Rock on Black Forest revival!
This recipe is one of those extremely variable ones. You can bake this as a pie, or steam it as a pudding and change the filling in a great many ways. This version costs just 32p a serving, including all sides
In these times of stripped supermarket shelves, recipes using minimal ingredients are even more useful that normal