This is a delicious cake that seems just right to have with a cup of tea. Whether you are not able to eat gluten or you know someone who isn’t, it really is super easy to make and perfect for non-gluten eaters and gluten eaters alike!
Whipped up this delicious brownie in less than 15 minutes last night – mine came out pretty gooey, but definitely better to be underdone than overdone!
A while back I tired salsa verde at John Torrode’s restaurant in Spitalfields, London and loved it. Quite a pungent taste, a salsa verde works well with pretty much most meats, fish and vegetables.
Recently we were out on a long walk through the Wye Valley in Chepstow and all around us were masses of wild garlic. I picked a few handfuls and thought I would give this accompaniment a go – it was delicious!
Having a day off work midweek has been lovely. Not only have I managed to get many boring ‘life-admin’ type jobs out the way, but I have made a batch of these lovely easy-peasy lemon shortbread biscuits. I am not too sure on exactly how many the recipe made in the end. After eating a few this evening, I definitely have a fair few to take into work tomorrow (which I’m sure there won’t be complaints at), as well as being able to keep some at home for my biscuit tin.
A few weeks ago I made this treacle tart after Alvin’s sad departure from the Bake Off for our work’s sweepstake. I was rather pleased with it, especially the pastry which had a crisp, albeit slightly rustic, finish. Mary Berry really does know a thing or two about a bake – this tart should have been very sweet however the lemon really does cut through to make it lighter.