Your Sunday Best! A Fabulous Steamed Raspberry & Whisky Sponge Pudding Recipe

Raspberry Steamed Sponge Pudding

Your Sunday Best! A Fabulous Steamed Raspberry & Whisky Sponge Pudding Recipe Remember when Sunday’s was a day for getting dressed up in your “Sunday Best”? It’s not that long ago and I clearly remember visiting family on Sundays, as well as going to Sunday School in my best Sunday Best frock! We may not… 

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Chocolate Ale Fruit Cake – Baking Mad and Eric Lanlard

Chocolate Ale Fruit Cake

- Chocolate Ale Fruit Cake – Baking Mad and Eric Lanlard   The new series of Baking Mad with Eric Lanlard is due to start on 5th March at 12:05pm on Channel 4 for every week day for 4 weeks. The new series will appeal to bakers of every kind from the novice to the expert…. 

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Fabulous Family Food – Cheap & Cheerful Sausage, Onion & Potato Bake

Fabulous family supper - Sausage, Onion and Potato Bake with Beans

- Fabulous Family Food – Cheap & Cheerful Sausage, Onion & Potato Bake Not a Sunday lunch as might be expected today, but a cheap and cheerful one tray bake, with all the families favourite ingredients in one dish…….juicy sausages (with a vegetarian option), crispy potatoes, meltingly soft onions and baked beans……combining some of your… 

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Preserves from the Pantry – Oranges & Lemons for St Clement’s Curd on Slow Sunday

St Clement's Curd

- Preserves from the Pantry – Oranges & Lemons for St Clement’s Curd Slow Sunday Not a typical Slow Sunday recipe today, but for me preserves are the kind of thing I like to make when I have time, lots of time to chop, grate, mix and stir……..I make a pot of tea or coffee,… 

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Slow Sunday with Fish & Pancakes – Luxury Seafood Pancakes au Gratin

Seafood Pancakes au Gratin

- Slow Sunday with Fish & Pancakes – Luxury Seafood Pancakes au Gratin It may not appear to be a Slow Sunday kind of meal, my Luxury Seafood Pancakes au Gratin recipe, but in a way it is; the pancake batter was made the day before and stored in the fridge overnight and the completed dish… 

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Slow Sunday and A Winter’s Walk Beef and Carrot Stew with Herb Crusted Dumplings

A Winter's Walk Beef and Carrot Stew With Herb Crusted Dumplings

- Slow Sunday – A Winter’s Walk Beef and Carrot Stew with Herb Crusted Dumplings  Slow Sunday I named this A Winter’s Walk Beef Stew, as it is JUST the kind of hearty and welcoming meal to come back to after a cold and energetic winter’s walk, through the snow as it has been lately…. 

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Farmhouse Breakfast Week starts Today! Featuring The Full Monty!

Traditional-Breakfast

Farmhouse Breakfast Week starts Today! “How do you like your eggs, fried or boiled?”  That was the catchphrase the British Egg industry used for a television advert some 20 + years ago and it is true that the way you cook eggs for breakfast can be rather boring……….the advert then went on to say, cue… 

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Slow Sunday ~ Poulet Nomade – Nomad’s Chicken – Herb Poached Chicken in a Jar

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~Slow Sunday~  Poulet Nomade ~ Nomad’s Chicken Herb Poached Chicken in a Jar  Nomad’s Chicken in a Jar ~ served on crusty baguette and salad ~ Sunday 7th August 2011 ~ Dimanche 7 Août 2011 ~ St Gaétan Slow Sunday……….and The Long French Lunch It is Sunday again, how the weeks fly by and once… 

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Slow Sunday ~ Baking Bread featuring Our Daily Bread in a Crock – Weekly Make and Bake Rustic Bread

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Slow Sunday ~ Baking Bread featuring  Our Daily Bread in a Crock – Weekly Make and Bake Rustic Bread Sunday 31st July 2011 Dimanche 31 Juillet 2011 ~ St Ignace de L Slow Sunday It was my plan to feature a Long Slow French Lunch today, but we are very busy with Bed and Breakfast… 

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Slow Sunday ~ Banana and Walnut Tea Bread

~ Slow Sunday ~ Banana and Walnut Tea Bread Slow Sunday Baking ~ Banana and Walnut Tea Bread (Slow Sunday ~ take time out to cook and bake, the slow way…….take it easy!) Sunday 24th July 2011 Dimanche 24 Juillet 2011 ~ Ste Christine Every good British cook’s recipe book in the good old days… 

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