Monthly Archives: September 2012

Mary Berry’s Lemon Yoghurt cake

Last Sunday some friends came for lunch. Mr Foodie took the opportunity to do a slow roasted rump (which he’ll have to cook again before he blogs about as we forgot to photograph it before serving it!). I was looking … Continue reading

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Holly Bell’s Cherry, White Chocolate and Apricot Oaty Biscuits

The JBug started preschool last week just 2 mornings. It’s lovely to have some time to myself and good for him to dip his toe into the educational world but it comes with the price of managing an overtired toddler’s … Continue reading

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No-Knead Bread

I had been a fan of Artisan Bread in 5 for a while, when I realised I’d never actually baked any of their recipes. Part of the fun of making bread for me (and also because I’m a bloke) is … Continue reading

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A Light Vegetable Udon

Noodles are a dish that is tailor made for mass production. You have to prepare all of the little bits that go into it whether or not you have two or four to feed, so on the same day we … Continue reading

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Mary Berry’s Gingerbread Men

Ever since I read this story to the JBug, I’ve been meaning to make some gingerbread men. However it took me a while to find some suitable cutters. When I found some cutters I liked (a set of 3 different … Continue reading

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A tale of two loaves, white and crusty

There is a known psychological phenomenon where people who are rubbish at doing something, say singing, think they’re fantastic. This is because they lack the skill to recognise exactly how bad they are. Let’s face it, if you’re tone deaf, … Continue reading

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