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Make Your Own Christmas Pudding and Whiskey Custard
Christmas pudding is also known as plum pudding because of the abundance of prunes in it! This rich tasty pudding is made of a mixture of fresh or dried fruit, nuts and suet (beef or mutton fat) and traditionally boiled … Continue reading
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A Very Fast Soda Bread Pizza!
Pizza really is simply a cheese and tomato sandwich on crispy flat bread but it is something that every one loves and is a perfect sharing food for a great meal with all the family, no matter what time of year! Pizza … Continue reading
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Hot Cross Buns for Easter!
One a Penny, Two a Penny, Hot Cross Buns! Hot cross buns are traditionally baked to be eaten during Lent, the 40 days before Easter. The bun acquired mythical properties over the centuries and early literature reveals that the hot … Continue reading
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Irish Whiskey Flavoured Rhubarb with Honey & Oat Crumble
I love Rhubarb and its clean, tart flavour. And it’s great to see it making a return to popularity on restaurant dessert menus in various forms and as an accompaniement to duck, venison and other stronger flavoured types of meat. We’ve always … Continue reading
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