When it comes to sandwiches I’m very picky and thats purely because A) I’m vegetarian B) choices for vegetarian sandwiches are quite limited and if it looks good it doesn’t always taste good. Yes I’m talking about readymade sandwiches. Many times I’ve purchased a carrot, hummous and salad sandwich or falafel sandwich only to find… Continue reading Spiced Paneer and Beetroot Sandwich in a Pickled Onion Bloomer using English Provender Proper Pickle
Are you still thinking about gifts to give for Christmas? Do you want to please your recipients with some delicious home-made caramel that is really quick and easy to make but looks like you have worked on them for hours? Then these little delights are right up your street, with just four ingredients and less than… Continue reading Edible gifts- White Chocolate and Mulled Wine Spice Caramels
This is a special post because today is the seventh annual World Autism Awareness Day a life long developmental disability characterised by impairments in social communication, social interaction and thought process.To find out more about Autism please visit National Autistic Society and HACS In 2012 the word “Baking” took to another level when it became a… Continue reading World Autism Awareness Day and Baking with kids: Home made Pizza Dough
Doesn’t the sound of that make your mouth water? It sure did for me when I was thinking of a sweet combination of flavours that would wow your taste buds and awaken your senses. After all it is Valentines day just three days away and you have to have chocolate as that is the language… Continue reading Valentine’s Special: Black cherry, chocolate and salted caramel cupcakes…..
When it comes to cooking or even baking, I am one of those who loves to make my own spice blends at home, roasting whole spices and grinding releases flavours, oils and tastes that are so exhilarating. Adding these home made spice blends to your cooking really enhances the flavours of your dish. I will… Continue reading Home blend Spice Mix: Achari Masala