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I’ve been threatening to make brioche for some time. Last time I made it was about seventeen years ago.

Not that I don’t like brioche–I love it–but I reckon that’s about how frequently one should eat it if one wants to live to a ripe old age. 169 more words


Tutorial - How to prebake a pie crust without tears!

I have been making my own pie crust for long enough now. And let me tell you something, there is nothing better than precooking it because you do not want a soggy pie/tart! 298 more words

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Food Glorious Food

Have you actually considered how much of your life is dominated by food? Think about it for a minute and you will realise that as a basic necessity food is not only on our minds when we eat but we also need think of what to eat, buy it from the store and prepare it. 991 more words


Inspiration for Dinner

“What’s for dinner?”

The daily question I ask my self, and am asked by my kids.

Sometimes I know the answer ahead of time.

Sometimes I have no idea. 136 more words


I Made An Edible Iron Throne! and you can too!

Game of Thrones… What an incredible, thrilling and epic adventure. I’ve been in love with the TV show and books for years , (sorry i am a filthy commoner right now , I haven’t finished the books >_>  lol ) 440 more words


Hamilton Beach Digital Rice Cooker and Steamer

Hamilton Beach Digital Simplicity Rice Cooker and Food Steamer, 4.75 Litres

If hot, healthy, fluffy rice tickles your fancy, then the best selling Hamilton Beach Digital Simplicity Rice Cooker and Food Steamer… 494 more words

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#AdventBotany - Getting stuffed at Christmas: Sage

There are many more gastronomically interesting options available at Christmas time, but I’m still always drawn to the reassuringly traditional sage and onion stuffing. Nowadays, in addition to stuffing poultry, sage is most commonly used to flavour other meat dishes (particularly sausages in British cuisine). 366 more words


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Sage. The Christmas herb.