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Operation Mincemeat.

I have a suspicion that poor old Ebenezer Scrooge may simply have been labouring under the effects of a prolonged dose of the dreaded lurgi. It has been observed, by teenagers who shall remain nameless, that the Bah Humbugs are a noticable side-effect of lurgi. 905 more words


BBC Good Food Show Winter Preview

It’s finally here! The flagship BBC Good Food Show Winter edition will open its doors in just two days!

If you’re like me, and have been waiting for this for a long time then here’s some things that I think you should be looking forward to at the show: 623 more words


Cake Slice Tuesday! The Great Brit Bake Off

Let me first apologize for my lack of cake slices last Tuesday. I was on vacation and was too busy eating treats to write about them. 577 more words

The Shack

Baking challenge: return on a roulade

This post is part of my personal challenge to bake my way through all the challenges of the Great British Bake Off. The challenge below is the technical challenge for week six (dessert week) of series two: Mary Berry’s chocolate roulade… 966 more words


Post holiday baking

I have been abroad for 2 weeks on holiday so no baking while been away but now back decided to do 2 bakes I have done previously, frangipani mince pies and treacle spice tray bake – both from Mary Berry’s Christmas cook book. 25 more words


The Great British Baking Show and Whatnot

Happy Saturday, everyone!

So, as most of you know, I am a big Ina Garten fan. I know she tends to be a little idealistic as to what a home cook can accomplish without access to a butcher/farmer’s market/herb garden/cheese shop/fishmonger right around the corner, but I don’t care. 624 more words

Great British Bake Off

I love baking! However I always fail on presentation… In the end it doesn’t matter, as it usually tastes nice. But I really don’t have what it takes to create a showstopper. 458 more words