The French know a thing or two about food, but for me their bread is unrivalled. Brioche is quite simply a buttery 'bread' wonder. If you love bread and butter pudding you will love it even more made with brioche.
A wonderful prepare ahead starter to impress
This French classic is start to finish in the Thermomix.
What do I love most about blogging? The amazing people out there who are make me think 'wish I had thought of that' . I came across the Australian site mycupcakeaddiction. Like all the most generous people on social network sites she shares technique so that even people like me feel we can have a go.
Even if if you think you don't like coffee cake, give this one a try- super light and moist made in double quick time- promise!
Happy liberation day! 0n 9 May 1945 the small island of Guernsey in the Channel Islands was liberated from almost 5 years of German occupation during the Second World War. What better excuse to make a cake with the Guernsey flag?!
The 'best cheesecake ever!' – quite a claim, but as someone who has made many a cheesecake over the years this is my claim for this recipe based on one from Allysa Torey in At Home with Magnlia bakery.
If you love crab and you love making easy party food you are going to put this dish to the top your list.
Oh so easy tear and share seeded bread..
Back in guernsey with the Thermomix and aga, it must be time to experiment with some Waitrose bread flours