I had honestly never heard of Craquelines, until I stumbled upon a recipe one afternoon trawling through google looking for inspiration. They aren’t technically craquelines, but they’re my interpretation.
If you follow the Great British Bake Off as closely as I do, you’ll understand that every episode is a challenge. There’s always some obscure recipe you’ve never heard of, or
I’ve had some disastrous savoury cakes. So much so that, for a while atleast, I discounted them as something that really shouldn’t be made, served, or eaten. I’ve changed my
I love bread.
No, I mean it. I LOVE bread. The crustier the better. Do you remember that scene from the movie Ratatouille, where they’re talking about the crust of bread?
Eating healthy doesn’t need to be hard. In fact, this Spelt Bread makes it easy!
Everyone knows that the courgette, or zucchini, is one of the best vegetables going. Closely followed by cauliflower.
There just aren’t enough wholewheat cracker recipes. This is a sad fact. Crackers and cheese go hand in hand. Chutney is the cherry on the cake.
Bagels are one of life’s true pleasures. I’m not quite sure why that is, but their circular nature just elevates them above pretty much all other breads.
Meringue tarts are a beautiful thing. Crumbly buttery pastry, filled with a tangy curd, and topped with a smooth, slightly browned meringue – what could be better? Lemon Meringue is
Raspberry curd is one recipe that’s a real treat. Zingy, sweet, and fruity – plus it’s so easy to make! It works wonderfully as a filling for Macarons, or as