Over the years I’ve been asked on numerous occasions “What flowers can I grow that are edible?” Well here are quite a few edible flowers that I use and are commonly available. Please make sure your flowers are safe, and if you think every herb or vegetable flower is safe, think again. Don’t eat tomato flowers; Continue reading “Edible Flowers”
BAKED SPUDS OR BAKED POTATOES IF YOU LIKE
I have to say we’re spud eaters at our place. They’re perfect for winter comfort food. I know there’s a lot of talk about them having CARBS!!! eeek. But I can’t help myself when they delight everyone I feed. And anyway, I can think of a lot worse to eat than the humble spud. Continue reading “Taco Taters (Baked Potatoes, perfect for Winter mid week meals)”
In my opinion, there’s not much that’s more rewarding that offering guests an antipasto platter. Knowing you’ve made all the ingredients yourself including the Salami is a highlight.
The best salami’s I’ve ever tasted Continue reading “Salami class”
Last weekend I made a batch of these delightful Cornflake Cookies. You’ll get around 20 large cookies or a lot more if you make little ones. Don’t forget if you make them small you can have 2 or 3 and not feel as guilty. hahaha. Continue reading “Cornflake Cookies Recipe”
This is one yummy topping for brownies or a myriad of other sweet treats. I call it Salted Caramel Coconut Topping, last “Open Day” (2016) I used this topping over my Brownie Recipe, and the crowd went wild. Actually, they didn’t, but I did get quite a few people telling me it was absolutely delicious. We made it in Bake Club this week, and I had a similar response so I thought I’d share it with you. Continue reading “Salted Caramel Coconut Topping (For Bec’s Brownies)”
I’m sure some of you will have made a recipe from a book, magazine or found one online and after working away at it found it didn’t quite work out how the picture looked.
I think It’s awful that this happens. It puts people off cooking or baking and makes them think they’ve done something wrong. I suppose that’s why there are so many recipe books etc. out there. We’re all searching for those truly amazing recipes that work.
Warning, rant coming up
This is a great slice recipe, the girls at Bake Club said they were going to make this a regular, and that’s saying something considering they get around 40 new recipes a term. Continue reading “Apple slice”
You must be wondering why you haven’t been seeing our usual photo’s on our Facebook pages for a while. Well, it’s because we’ve been doing things a little differently at Bake Club this term.
Because most of the girls have been coming for around 4 years, I’ve had the opportunity to notice techniques that cause them problems. So this term we dealt with them. Continue reading “A Bit More Than Bake Club”
This first term in my “Evening Meals ” classes I’ll be teaching my quick recipe and tips for making ricotta gnocchi. So making Homemade ricotta is of some interest because it’s so easy. They’re a bit different from the potato based ones but brilliant for a quick, tasty evening meal. Continue reading “Homemade Ricotta”
I get a lot of recipe requests for Christmas recipes or recipes I like to make at Christmas. Many of which are already on my site. So to make it easier I’ve put ten of them together. Continue reading “Christmas recipes that you’ve requested”
If you love gingerbread and love biscotti, you’re going to be so excited about our Christmas Biscotti recipe. We made it in Bake Club this term, and with our common alterations, we think we’ve mastered it. Let us know what you think. Continue reading “Christmas Biscotti”
I was asked to pop this recipe up for my little Christmas Mince Tarts from one of my lovely students at last weekend’s Christmas gift giving class. It was the pastry she was really after because we made a filling in class, but without giving you some sort of filling, they’re not mince pies are they. 😉 Continue reading “Christmas Mince Tarts”