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Category Archives: Gluten-free
Following on from my day spent as part of the team judging for the Free From Food Awards, I was invited to the awards presentation party which took place on the 17th April in the Museum of London, Docklands. I attended … Continue reading
This post was meant to go out a few weeks ago, but I couldn’t quite finish it for various reasons. Now the winners have been announced, it seems a shame not to publish it, so here it is: It was … Continue reading
So it’s Shrove Tuesday again – and that only means one thing – PANCAKE DAY! I’ve used the same old recipe for pancakes for many years. It’s on a mucky, dog-eared photocopy of a recipe from an old leaflet (or was … Continue reading
I am delighted to report that I have been asked to join the panel of judges on the 2012 FreeFrom Food Awards www.freefromfoodawards.co.uk which is now in it’s fifth year. The main purpose of the FreeFrom Food Awards is to promote, … Continue reading
One of the hardest things I’ve found to cook using gluten free ingredients is Yorkshire Puddings. I’ve tried various recipes from books and websites and never really been totally happy with the results. However I had another go recently and I think … Continue reading
I committed the ultimate sin this week and forgot to make my lovely 19 year old daughter a birthday cake! So while we were visiting my parents this weekend, my mum and I whipped this little number up between us. … Continue reading
This is a simple but tasty recipe I’ve used a lot over recent years. It’s one of those that has just grown and changed and I’ve never really written it down until now. Most of the ingredients are optional, just … Continue reading
I’ve always liked cooking and baking and whilst my tastes have never been exotic, I do like to try new things and am frequently buying ingredients for the latest recipe I just saw on TV or read in a magazine. Because I … Continue reading
Here’s an idea for a simple, healthy, delicious breakfast that also makes a lovely dessert or snack for any time of the day. Fruity Granola Surprise Slice up your favourite fresh fruit into a bowl. I usually like apples, but peaches are … Continue reading