follow site Making mincemeat is a wonderful (and pretty simple – always a win) way of easing yourself into Christmassy festivities. Gather together an array of dried fruits, grab your favourite huge stove-top pan, pop on some Christmas music, and enjoy the spicy and warming aromas filling your home.
http://pittsburgh-divorce.net/equitable-distribution There’s nothing quite like a slow Sunday morning with pancakes, the papers and a pot of coffee. A. and I have been making Green Kitchen Stories’ fantastic flour-free pancakes banana and blueberry pancakes for our lazy brunches years now but this Autumn we felt the need to get a bit […]
This granola is an autumn forest floor – crunchy tawny oats and cream-coloured apple pieces, speckled with warming cinnamon combine to make the yummiest leaf litter around. And as well as being beautiful (and rather delicious) it’s a great timesaver. As much as I’d love to have a steaming bowl […]
It’s apple season! Usually, there’s really no need to spend almost 3 hours prepping apples (especially if you’ve bought one of the wonderful 2000 lovely British-grown varieties) but these dried apple slices make great lunchbox fillers and 4pm snacks plus they’re a vital component of my tasty autumn spiced apple […]
This cake is an autumn treat. A light moist sponge, with subtly-spiced caramelised pears poking through the top. It looks beautiful and tastes dreamy and is actually pretty simple to make.