Good morning, fancy a cheese scone today? Yeah, why not!
These little beauties are so easy to make and only take 20 minuets to cook.
I found this recipe in a Mary Berry cookbook – so I thought they have to be good if the queen of baking is making them! Here we go:
My adorable boyfriend announced on Sunday that he was going to make me dinner on Tuesday 🙂 how lovely is that! He then told me that is was going to be a surprise.. even more lovely!
So I came home from work on Tuesday and something was smelling good 🙂 He had decided to make Maryland chicken, his signature dish!
Okay so this is a little random.. but it sort of stopped me in my tracks.
After struggling to peel my orange I was looking forward to munching the living daylights out of it.. however, I pulled it apart and… OMG what on earth is this!! DOUBLE ORANGE!!!!
I was tempted to eat it.. but it freaked me out a bit (sounds silly I know) so I put it in the bin, never to be seen again.. until now! I decided to share my spooky orange findings with you guys… so here it is….
A couple of months ago my work friend announced that she was getting married in August. So I offered to make a sweet tree as a gift to her.
I had no doubt in which sweet I was going to use. It is a wedding, it is all about love, so it had to be Haribo hearts! I purchased my hearts and found a perfect bucket to use as a base – pink with white dots, and then i set about making the tree.
3 Hours later and a lot of poking I was done and this is the end result:
Good morning, how are we all today?
I thought I would try my first risotto yesterday, and yes it was yummy 🙂 I will defiantly be doing more complex risottos in the future, now that I have convinced my other half that he DOES like risotto. I cooked chicken risotto and even though it wasn’t rich in flavour like I normally like in a risotto it was still very filling and tasty.
Ingredients used were: chicken, sweetcorn, chives, onion, red pepper, mushrooms, chicken stock cube, mild curry paste, risotto rice and water.
I say mild curry paste, I actually mean korma curry paste. I went to Asda and spent far too much time looking for just mild curry paste – could I find any? NO I couldn’t so I thought I like korma that’s kind of creamy, that will do. And to my surprise it actually tasted quite nice, and it means I can make korma curry from scratch now which I am very much looking forward to 🙂
Good Afternoon! This is officially my first post (yay!), and there is no better way to start my blog then with a yummy brownie!
So I have been working hard in the kitchen to bring you my perfect brownie recipe. Well actually I lied, it’s not mine, its Delia Smiths, from her latest book, Delia’s Cakes:
Best Baking Book Ever!
It is my favourite baking book at the moment. I have tried many recipes from it and I have to give it to her, they have all been pretty good, especially her chocolate beer cake… mmmmm…. I will have to show you guys that one day!
For now I will stick with the brownies. Continue reading