Lightly spiced, fruit studded soft biscuits, with a sugary crunch. Once a West Country tradition at Easter.
Impress your friends and family with this easy alternative to Hot Cross Buns. A dramatic and colourful teatime treat.
I attended a cookery demo in New York in 1990 given by Daniel Boulud. He prepared this classic recipe from his then new restaurant menu 'Daniel'. His recent appearance on Saturday Kitchen triggered the memories of the taste and experience of that day
A glut of pears on the tree, a quick and easy way to preserve the fruit. Lovely with a strong cheese or cold meats.
Plum, Orange and Raisin Marmalade
Excellent, versatile buns, great for panini and toasted sandwich lovers
Plums in a rich boozy syrup
Moist and spicy teatime treat
Cherry and coconut cake with pineapple.
Classic Lebanese dish, perfect for the barbecue
Links to the best BBQ suggestions.
Zesty taste of early summer to show off halibut, chunky asparagus, lemon and sage.
Healthy, oaty goodness.
Chocolate as a canape?
Tear-apart batch rolls for any occasion
Fast, fantastic cous cous to go with your favourites.
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