Monthly Archives: June 2012

Chilli Chicken and Avocado on Foccacia

That photo isn’t anywhere near as good as it could have looked. This was really an attempt at making Sumptuous Spoonful’s recipe, but it didn’t quite turn out like that. My excuses are as follows: 1) I forgot to add … Continue reading

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Mary Berry’s Apple Tart

This is a guest post from Mrs Foodie, as she’s the resident tart and pudding maker Chez Foodie.. and a very lovely tart it was too.     Although its June, it feels far from it weather-wise. Usually if I … Continue reading

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Foccacia

This week’s food planning included Sumptuous Spoonful’s Cheddar Chilli Chicken and Avocado on Foccacia, so I thought what the hell, let’s make the foccacia too. This recipe is heavily based on Paul Hollywood’s recipe for foccacia from the Beeb website. … Continue reading

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Drop Scones

Always a favourite in the foodie house, mainly because they’re easy and quick, partly because of comedy value. jBug calls them “drop skunk”.       Ingredients 250g self raising wholemeal flour 1/2 tsp baking powder 50g butter, melted 2 … Continue reading

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Wholemeal Pitta Bread

As bread recipes go, this one isnt that complicated at all, but there are some limiting factors you have to consider like how hot your oven gets, and whether or no you have a baking stone (I don’t). My favourite … Continue reading

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The Hunan

This review comes a little late. I let this one sit in my head and stew for a few months, not because I was lazy as I typically am, but because I didn’t really know where to start. How do … Continue reading

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“Strombatta” – Where Stromboli Meets Ciabatta

Back when I first started baking bread, I had the idea of forging an unholy union between a stromboli and a ciabatta. The dream of creating the perfect bread roll in one inspired me figure it out step by step, … Continue reading

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