There’s something about Scandinavian food that, at least to this English girl, seems unusual and surprising. This biscuit recipe uses simple, familiar ingredients – coconut, butter, sugar and eggs – but the addition of sea salt makes it something new entirely. When the wind throws the rain against the windows and the fire burns all
My love for biscotti is unending. If you haven’t tried my classic almond biscotti recipe yet, you can find it here. While normally a classicist, when Emory asked me to share a new recipe over on her blog, I took the opportunity to experiment with this old fave. I substituted the chopped almonds for walnuts,
Ah, lovely summer! A house full of visitors necessitates a house full of cake. Love this one for its summery flavour and its reliably even texture. Plus, it has yoghurt, so it’s basically a breakfast food, right? Adapted from here. Ingredients: 3/4 cup butter, room temperature 1 cup caster sugar 2 Tablespoons lemon juice Zest
I’m calling these a Sunday food, but we eat them most days at the moment. Orla’s started waking at 6am, & these cinnamon rolls are just the right combo of sugar & carbs to tempt me out of bed & down to the coffee machine. As always, I obsessed until I had the recipe perfected.
“in the tapestry of childhood, what stands out is not the splashy, blow-out trips to Disneyland, but the common threads that run throughout and repeat; the family dinners, nature walks, reading together at bedtime, Saturday morning pancakes…” – Kim John Payne I love this quote (via mamawatters) because it so perfectly says what I’ve always
After much trial & error & a bit of invention, I think I’ve perfected it. My recipe is based on this one here, but with a few important changes. Ingredients: 10 tbsp salted butter, melted 1 cup caster sugar 1/2 cup dark brown sugar 1 tbsp good quality vanilla essence or almond extract 3