It has been a full week (and more!) since my last post. But I have been fiddling around with my baking behind the scenes, and today I present these lovely Quick-rise Soda Breads; just in time for St Patrick’s day … and Easter.
Category Archive: Holiday Cooking
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Not a fan of sweet pancakes? Then have plain ones instead, with a nice neutral flavour accompanied by some eggs and smoked salmon. Indulge in a spot of champagne while you’re at it, perhaps?
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Here is a wonderful homemade cranberry sauce that is NOT fresh from the tin. This is super easy and super delicious … great with poultry of any kind, or serve it on buttery toast for a special Christmas day brunch. In my case, I served it up with chicken balls for Super Bowl weekend.
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Bite-sized pieces of food is where I like to play. It may be a tad time consuming to make little nibblies x50, but I love presenting them. This recipe is a wonderful way to incorporate fish into your hors d’oeuvres menu. It’s light, it’s fresh and has a bit of zing coming from the lemony notes.
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For years I wondered how people put a roast dinner on the table every weekend for that family feast. I had no idea where to start and I always had the impression that doing a roast was one of the most difficult meals ever. But I have now discovered it was simply a case of a lack of confidence. If you follow this recipe, you will also find out how to get a succulent roast lamb on your table, that looks every inch as fantastic as it tastes. Perfect for festive entertaining too!
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