English garden quiche

I thoroughly enjoyed preparing this quiche. I spent a calm, cool and sunny Saturday afternoon leisurely creating this mouthwatering centrepiece! It is a whopper of a tart however, you can cut this into eight generous slices so it’s perfect for a summer…

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Springtime salad (salmon, new potato & peas)

This spring salad is super simple and quick to make so it’s perfect as a midweek dinner or, you could make it ahead and take it to work or school as a packed lunch. As spring starts to roll in…

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Falafel, houmous & apple mezze platter

Now the title of this post may sound a bit odd but you have to trust me with this combination because it’s ABSOLUTELY SCRUMPTIOUS!!! The soft, spice enriched falafel, creamy houmous and the crunchy sweet green apple are a perfect trio on there own. However, I…

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Chocolate & Orange cupcakes

I created this recipe  for a friend’s birthday. She loved the flavour pairing of chocolate and orange, so I put these flavours into cute cupcake form and I’m glad to announce she was very pleased with the results. Word spread…

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Lemon & Berry marbled loaf cake

There are several reasons why I conjured up this cake. Firstly, IT’S HALF TERM!!! and for once I don’t have exams straight after the holidays so I don’t have to work and revise quite as religiously as normal. So I’ve been trying…

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Cracked black pepper & fig bagels

As far as bagels go these fig and black pepper bagels may seem rather fancy but, they’re super special and delicious. They’re made with organic spelt flour which brilliantly compliments the soft chunks of sweet, sticky figs and fresh, syrupy honey.…

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Salmon Ravioli

This is my first savoury post and first post of 2015! Lame, I know to be excited about a post but it’s made my day in doing so! I do realise that we are now over half way through January so this post…

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Christmas Cake: Part 2

Only four sleeps to go until Christmas Day! I’m like a small child, I’m soooo excited. I absolutely love this day as I think the crisp winter chill brings people even closer together, huddled by the fire whilst drowning in…

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Christmas Cake: Part 1

Christmas cake. It’s the one thing mum has refused to let me bake. She doesn’t mind if I make a deep, stodgy fruitcake any other time of the year but not christmas. Since she was 15 years old she has made a christmas…

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Autumn’s layer cake

It’s the weekend before school starts again and the last time I will see my Dad for a month as, he’s off to India for work. So, I thought it is only best to mark the weekend with a lavish,…

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Lemon & Ginger brulee tart

You may think it’s odd to combine citrusy, sharp lemon with the penetrating warmth that comes from ginger. But, it’s actually this reason that makes them the perfect match. The burnt sugar topping compliments the mellow ginger flavour and counteracts…

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