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Scottish Mussels in White Wine & Cream Sauce

Mussels tend to be available all year round, and usually when I pop to the fish counter at my local Waitrose or Sainsbury’s, this is the only thing they tend to have left!Although it’s probably just as cheap to buy the packet ones nowadays, however I always like to experiment from fresh! 428 more words


Not cooking in the South of France

Toulouse-Lautrec apparently said, “Cooking is a partnership between you and God, in which you must do the least.” I may be misquoting but whoever said that; I say, “Quite right!” When the earth’s produce is ripe, fresh and delicious just as it is, there’s very little you can do to improve it. 561 more words

Quick and Easy Homemade Bread

Hey guys!

It feels like it’s been about a year since I last made a blog post so I’m very sorry for that! I’ve just been really busy and struggling writer’s block over the last few weeks, but I’m back and ready to share full time again now! 247 more words


Overnight Baguettes

If you hadn’t figured it out already or heard from one of my previous posts… I love my bread. Not like… but love.

I love bread of all types… wheat, rolls, challah, buns, you name it. 602 more words


Wild Tea Yeast Bread

To be truthful I am not feeling well today. Last year, the day before I went on holiday, I fell on a grassy bank and hurt my shoulder. 438 more words


Sunflower seed bread

This is the second bread I am baking recently – still from a ready mix a lovely friend brought me from Germany. It’s a bit lazy, but makes it much easier to get all the ingredients together. 282 more words

Bread, Cakes, Rolls And Other Bakes


“Success comes from within, not from without.”  Ralph Waldo Emerson

Temperatures have been dropping during the night.  For the first time this fall the heat kicked in.   241 more words

Grandma Pat Cooks