Monthly Archives: September 2014

Speciality British Cheeses by J.J.Sandham

J.J.Sandham is a family-run cheese-maker that had been making award-winning Lancashire cheeses since 1929. They are now one of Britain’s most successful and trusted independent cheese-makers, committed to providing us their quality cheeses made with passion and care. They recently

Speciality British Cheeses by J.J.Sandham

J.J.Sandham is a family-run cheese-maker that had been making award-winning Lancashire cheeses since 1929. They are now one of Britain’s most successful and trusted independent cheese-makers, committed to providing us their quality cheeses made with passion and care. They recently

Recipe: Baked Potato with Easy Coronation Chicken

Ingredients: For the potatoes: 2 medium potatoes butter whole milk For the coronation chicken: 2 medium skinless chicken breasts, cooked and shredded or chopped 2 rounded dsp mayonnaise 2 rounded dap creme fraiche 3/4tsp mild curry powder 1tbsp mango chutney

Recipe: Baked Potato with Easy Coronation Chicken

Ingredients: For the potatoes: 2 medium potatoes butter whole milk For the coronation chicken: 2 medium skinless chicken breasts, cooked and shredded or chopped 2 rounded dsp mayonnaise 2 rounded dap creme fraiche 3/4tsp mild curry powder 1tbsp mango chutney

Cafe Review: Rollers Cafe, Manchester

I have walked past Rollers Cafe hundreds (possibly thousands) of times without even giving them a first glance, let alone a second. They are opportunely located at the entrance to the Arndale shopping centre in the heart of Manchester and

Cafe Review: Rollers Cafe, Manchester

I have walked past Rollers Cafe hundreds (possibly thousands) of times without even giving them a first glance, let alone a second. They are opportunely located at the entrance to the Arndale shopping centre in the heart of Manchester and

Recipe: Perfect Dippy Eggs and Soldiers

Dippy eggs and soldiers are an incredibly simple breakfast. My mum used to make this for my brother and I all the time as children – when the eggs went into the pan, she would call up to us, “6 minutes

Recipe: Perfect Dippy Eggs and Soldiers

Dippy eggs and soldiers are an incredibly simple breakfast. My mum used to make this for my brother and I all the time as children – when the eggs went into the pan, she would call up to us, “6 minutes

The End of Rhubarb Season

Rhubarb is one of my favourite ingredients to work with. It pairs so well with a myriad of fruits, it can hold its own against many spices and it even works in some savoury preparations. Given a little time and

The End of Rhubarb Season

Rhubarb is one of my favourite ingredients to work with. It pairs so well with a myriad of fruits, it can hold its own against many spices and it even works in some savoury preparations. Given a little time and

Recipe: Rhubarb and Strawberry Teacake with Ginger Buttercream

This cake would work well as a dessert as well as for an afternoon tea (I’d even eat is for breakfast!) The cake is lovely and moist, packed with fresh fruit and a hum of spicy ginger. Sweet creamy buttercream

Recipe: Rhubarb and Strawberry Teacake with Ginger Buttercream

This cake would work well as a dessert as well as for an afternoon tea (I’d even eat is for breakfast!) The cake is lovely and moist, packed with fresh fruit and a hum of spicy ginger. Sweet creamy buttercream

Recipe: Rhubarb and Ginger Bakewell Tartlets

I have attempted to rival Mr. Kipling’s delicious cherry Bakewells with my rhubarb and ginger version. Ingredients: For the shortcrust pastry: 85g butter 170g plain flour 7tsp cold water 1tsp sugar For the frangipane: 110g butter 110g caster sugar 2

Recipe: Rhubarb and Ginger Bakewell Tartlets

I have attempted to rival Mr. Kipling’s delicious cherry Bakewells with my rhubarb and ginger version. Ingredients: For the shortcrust pastry: 85g butter 170g plain flour 7tsp cold water 1tsp sugar For the frangipane: 110g butter 110g caster sugar 2