These little celtic cross cakes were made using this mould by Inese. Pretty - aren't they ?
Inese also made these stunn
Classic victoria sponge
Posted on June 24, 2013 by Andrea @ love and cake
I always think its great to do somet
I suppose that's a bit of a misnomer for a start.
After all, a classic Victoria Sponge, as beloved by the Queen it's na
I am a big fan of simple pleasures, and despite my enthusiasm for all things 'cake' I think you have to go a long way to
This was something that I just wanted to try. I wanted to bake today but didn't know what, and so flicked through the M
As it's gone cold again recently I decided that I wanted to make a traditional, warming, comforting pudding as a change
This post is for Rosie, who emailed me yesterday with a question on whether or not it is possible to prove bread in a ha
I made Lasagne yesterday in my silicone lasagne baking tray, and really wanted something extra to go along with it.
Baked Apples - so simple, so easy - and now also very very quick.
1 x medium sized Bramley or large size d
Roast pork with perfect crackling and juicy verjus soaked warmed mixed grapes is a modern twist on a classic roast dinne