So halloween is coming up, and there are pumpkins everywhere! We love to carve them but hate how wasteful it is to just through away all the pumpkin you scoop out, so this year we used our pumpkin to make some soup. And you can’t have soup without bread. […]
It’s happened, its all over for another year, the winner has been crowned and massive amounts of cake baked and eaten. This week was the final of the Great British Bake Off, which for us means lots of excitement and dreams of yummy showstoppers. (if you have been living under a rock since 8pm on Wednesday then please note, spoiler alert!)
Here’s another of our Tea Party bakes! A tasty tomato and feta focaccia that is perfect for cutting into thin strips and sharing out. This meant it worked perfectly on the tea party table as a tasty savoury treat to be eaten on its own or with dips, chutneys or cured meat. […]
Yesterday was our friend Naomi’s birthday and as a little surprise for her we put on an afternoon tea party with a selection of baked goods. Although this may have caused our stress levels to rise somewhat, it was a success and we all had a delightful (and food filled) evening.
Today we have chosen a simple bread recipe to go with our cheese & wine night. I’m sure you can all understand what a cheese & wine night is, and appreciate just how amazing they are. Friends getting together, couple of bottles of wine, accompanied by all the cheeses in the world… and what could go with cheese better than a load of home baked bread. […]
So it’s week 3 of the bake off already and we’ve discovered our favourites (and our not-so-favourites…). In honour of bread week, we’ve taken up the challenge of the signature and are making a quick bread, going for a fairly traditional cheddar, garlic and rosemary soda bread.
As cheese is a very important part of our lives, we thought it was about time we posted a cheesy bake. or more specifically, a rosemary and stilton knot recipe. We’d seen loads of garlic and parmesan knot recipes which look delicious but we wanted to take it one step further by rolling some crumbled stilton inside the dough. […]