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European Baking for Fall

So fall is here and everywhere we look are apple and pumpkin recipes…but there are a few alternatives that might shake up your baking endeavors this season by looking to Europe for some inspiration. If you close your eyes you might be able to imagine yourself on a cobble stoned street with locals uttering foreign…

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Toad in a Hole

Toad in a Hole or Toad in the Hole (unsure of which is correct) is one of the great British classics that is made for the heavy gray days found hovering over its shores, especially at this time of year. Today’s recipe is from Jamie Oliver and he added rosemary which makes this only fuller…

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Banoffee Pie

Growing up I associated bananas and my brother as synonymous. I would pick chocolate milk and he would pick banana milk, any flavor of candy except banana would work for me whereas he would gobble anything and everything banana flavored up first. Whenever I heard of Banoffee pie I would turn my nose up, though…

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Victoria Sponge Cake

One of the most important questions to ask when wanting to create a Victorian Sponge Cake is whether to sandwich jam or fresh fruit? Now, recipe after recipe has jam and yet here from the image above you can see I have dismissed that. Before I get on to the why, let me say this weekend was preoccupied…

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Scotch Eggs

If you’ve ever heard of Scotch eggs you might have found the very idea of them rather strange. Boiled eggs wrapped in minced meat and then deep fried. It doesn’t sounds very appetizing nor appealing to make, but ff you’ve been lucky (or unlucky in health terms) to try a sausage roll then scotch eggs…

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British Treacle Tart

Before tasting the syrup filled Treacle Tart I imagined this was the British version of say Pecan Pie without the Pecans or Butter Tarts in larger form. Wrong. This is so.much.sweeter! Like the level of sweetness one imagines results in teeth falling out from one of those cartoons in the 50’s…but this is a British…

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Scones with Roasted Strawberries

And with that a new day marks a different year and people everywhere suddenly go from talking about the holiday season to how they’ll change their lives after that clock struck twelve. Do you believe in New Year’s resolutions, if so do you have any for this year? Maybe to be healthier? Care less what others think? Be more…

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Apple Crumble

The United Kingdom. Known in some parts as Britain and others as England has given the world a lot. Half of America has roots in this part of the world. And Australia and New Zealand are just the same. Let’s not even begin with the other countless countries where a portion of society have a…

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