Kletskoppen – Dutch Almond Lace Biscuits

Kletskoppen – Dutch Almond Lace Biscuits sound kinda fancy, but don’t be fooled, these are actually super quick and easy to make and you’ll end up with a batch big enough to share. Lace biscuits aren’t much of a thing beyond florentines and they may be popular because they include chocolate. Dutch food is one...

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Vegetarian Nachos

Today marks nine years since I began this blog, roamingtaste and vegetarian nachos is how I’d like to celebrate. The warm summer night where this began was inspired thanks to Julie and Julia and a chocolate cake which I now can’t find, but it was on Orangette’s blog and suddenly the idea of starting something...

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Tahini Caramel Chunk Cookies

These Tahini Caramel Chunk Cookies are the result of a gift from the in-laws which arrived in the mail last week in the form of chocolate, a block of salted caramel chocolate and once opening the pantry and seeing the tahini staring back, it was the perfect time to give a baked good with tahini...

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Vegan Cranberry Bundt Cake

Vegan cranberry bundt cake seemed like as good a place to start using this bouncy fruit as any because bundt cakes with these bouncy bright jewels so Vegan Cranberry Bundt Cake made sense in trying to incorporate more dairy free options into my diet with the vast amount of information out there that it’s not...

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Caramelized White Chocolate Brookies

Caramelized White Chocolate Brookies reflect how rare it is to actually be eating whilst typing up a recipe, but you can’t underestimate the importance of how cookies helped me through this year and these are but one type of cookie which when warm have a consistency of a single serving of brownie, despite the odd...

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Cereal Pie

This Cereal Pie is an ode to childhood and eating what you want when you want. It’s an ode to joy in the form of nostalgia. It’s also a recipe that would have never existed had I not married a cereal lover! Saying that, it seems an understatement because he would happily eat it for...

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Salted Honey Pear Pie

There’s a reason why this is called Salted Honey Pear Pie versus Pear Crumble Pie or Pear and Honey Pie. The salty honey drizzled over those ripe pears and baked to perfection is the kind of warming slice you want to grab for at this time of year. I’m not sure if I’ve said it...

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Drømmekage – Danish Dream Cake

When Drømmekage – Danish Dream Cake was found hiding in my bookmarks, particularly as it is 2020 anything with the name dream in it should be grasped with both hands and all ingredients had to be pulled together to make something, anything at this time better. It’s been a tough year for everyone even for...

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Pwdin Eva – Welsh Eve’s Pudding

Pwdin Eva – Welsh Eve’s Pudding is a very seasonally appropriate dish for the Fall and it seemed now is the perfect time to make this as every year an effort is made to make sure a foreign apple dish is made here. There isn’t usually time to come up with something original when there...

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September 2020

There goes another month of what was so many long days at work that I didn’t have time for much else, but walks were a continual theme as per the rest of the year, a day spent visiting the Jimi Hendrix musuem, and some jogs along the riverside! Oh and nachos – so many nachos...

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Meatball Sandwich

This Meatball Sandwich was born from the beauty of leftovers and wanting to really not waste a thing following one of the few times we were able to have people over for dinner this summer. Meatballs and zucchini in a sandwich might seem an odd mix, but trust me, they go together perfectly! The menu...

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Cheddar Pancakes with Maple Baked Figs

It’s been a while since there’s been a breakfast dish on this here blog so it seemed the perfect time for these Cheddar Pancakes with Maple Baked Figs. The minute September arrived my feed went from posicles and no bake dishes to apple and pumpkin everything…but over here there has been a lot of Figs...

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August 2020

With no word of a lie the title of this post was entitled ‘August 2019’ and then it hit me like a ton of bricks that it is in fact, now early September 2020 and the title needed another 2 and 0 added to the ended. It was a month with some beautifully hot weather...

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Lime and Cherry Refresher

Lime and Cherry Refresher is an ode to one of my favorite things to drink when I have the luck to be spending some of a summer in New York City. The opportunity to step inside the walls of a well air-conditioned Starbucks and order a refresher comes as welcome relief and this becomes a...

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Manuka and Vanilla Panna Cotta

Hey friends! Today is particularly a special post as it’s my first ever collaboration with another blogger, a lovely Maryana from The Storied Spoon blog with my Manuka and Vanilla Panna Cotta. Maryana (better known as Mimi to her friends) reached out to me a few weeks ago and asked if I would be interested...

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July 2020

Every day is rolling into one over here, but there was one thing that did happen in July…we went to the seaside. A beach girl at heart had me missing the ocean like crazy in lockdown so the first thing we did when we could book something was a night away in a small town...

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Raspberry Clafoutis

Raspberry Clafoutis is to take the classic Cherry Clafoutis recipe and add another bright summer fruit to this baked custard that requires nothing too fussy to prepare, in fact, if you’ve never made clafoutis, it can come together in 5 minutes flat and can easily be made ahead. This twist on the classic has been...

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Peach Cobbler

Despite several visits and months of time spent in America, Peach Cobbler was never something my friends made or something anyone brought to barbecue’s or dinner parties so a recipe was found on Allrecipes that mirrored what I had seen in pictures and a recipe posted here in 2014. That recipe was made multiple times...

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Five Questions with Britney

From the first moment you enter Britney’s website Britney Breaks Bread or her Instagram profile you feel welcome and friends with her. Her food looks incredible but overall Britney has a sense of what she is doing with ingredients and a way of making them in a way you’ve probably never eaten before. Sometimes reaching...

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June 2020

Not sure what 2020 will be remembered for specifically, but there is hope that the protests following another avoidable life lost led to recognition of long  and so this month was spent having difficult conversations, long walks and easing into meeting up with some friends and visiting old beloved spots. How about you friends? What...

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