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When I stumbled across this Cheddar, apple and walnut loaf in ‘The Great British Bakeoff Everyday’ I instantly fell in love. It’s touted as robust savoury cake that is richer than a scone or soda bread so I simply had to give it a go. I was busy doing the baked apple with a butterscotch [...]
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This delicious pull-apart baked bread with oozy brie and sundried tomatoes is my idea of heaven. It’s the kind of thing when served to friends will make you instantly popular. I’ve taken my favourite recipe for baked Camembert with sundried tomatoes and thyme and made a pull-apart bread version. This is the perfect bread to [...]
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Back in March a couple of friends and I did a road trip up the east coast to visit a couple of friends of ours out from London. On one of the nights my friend Kate – who I have known my whole life and who had recently walked the Camino de Santiago across Spain, [...]
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This double chocolate chip skillet cookie has been on my mind and in my dreams for a while. I have wanted to play around with a recipe for one for ages because A) I have never made one and who doesn’t want to eat a giant pan sized chocolate chip cookie, and B) I thought [...]
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Pink Lady® apples are my favourite apples for eating and for making desserts. They strike the perfect balance between tart and sweet and have a lovely crunchy texture. Their season has just started in South Africa, which signals the beginning of winter and some delicious comfort eating ahead. With this recipe they are simply roasted [...]
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This recipe for pears baked in Marsala with lemon & bay comes from Diana Henry’s cookbook ‘Simple’ and is the perfect autumnal dessert. I adore using bay in sweet recipes and it adds an amazing flavour dimension to these pears. The lemon zest soaks up all the syrupy juices and turns them into fine marmalade [...]
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This Vietnamese caramel salmon recipe, which I made in my Instant Pot, comes with a warning. You are likely to attempt to lick your fingers off while making it because it’s that delicious. It takes 10 minutes to make from start to finish and therefore one of the easiest things you can whip up for [...]
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I had every intention of producing a range of delicious Easter recipes for you, but life and work have been incredibly busy the last while, so I have run out of time. I did, however, manage to make theses Lamb shanks with red wine, rosemary and bay leaves, which are perfect for Easter, or the [...]
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In case any of you didn’t know, one of the main missions behind Drizzleanddip aside from the altruistic desire to share delicious food and my recipes on the internet, was to unearth and discover the best-ever version of any baked good that I love. I want to put a stake in the ground and move [...]
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On a recent trip to Johannesburg, I got to stay at the Peech Hotel again and to check out their newly built suites. This family owned and operated boutique hotel is one of my favourites in the city. I love the very central location tucked away in the leafy residential suburb of Melrose and close [...]
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