Chlorinated chicken is a product that could easily end up on our plates following the US/UK trade deal. Should we be worried? Is it really that bad? Hasn’t the government promised not to import chlorinated chicken? Surely, even if chlorinated chicken is imported to the UK, we can simply choose not to buy it? Would our government really consider lowering our food standards?
Shopping for food at the moment can be a stressful experience. During the lockdown, shopping for food was one of the few reasons you were allowed to leave your home. For many of us, shopping for food is the only time you expose yourself to the risk of catching COVID-19. But what can you do to stay safe whilst food shopping? When is the best time to shop? Are there any restrictions on what you can buy? I hope the following is of some help.
Hot cross buns are not difficult to make. And Easter wouldn’t be the same without them! Some people experience problems making them so I’ve attempted to answer some questions you may have. For example, “Why are my hot cross buns heavy?” or “Can hot cross buns be frozen?” Here is a step by step recipe that was given to me by my mother. I’m sure you’ll love it. In fact, the recipe I’m sharing with you is so delicious that we invariably eat the buns without butter – the soft, spicy and airy texture of the buns is just simply exquisite.Continue reading “Hot Cross Buns – Your Questions Answered”
A cream tea made with warm scones is perhaps the dish we need at the moment to banish the blues. Forget the calories and carbs and indulge yourself. This recipe, handed down from my mum, means that your cream tea will be ready to eat in thirty-five minutes. Enjoy!!!Continue reading “A Cream Tea To Tempt Your Taste Buds”
An environmentally friendly kitchen should be on everyone’s wish list! After all, everything we do in the kitchen has an impact on the environment. These 17 steps are measures that we have already taken in our kitchen. Not only were these steps easy to take, they’ve cost us nothing – in fact they have saved us money. It is for these reasons that we’re recommending that you consider taking the 17 simple steps.Continue reading “Environmentally Friendly Kitchen In 17 Simple Steps”
Lemon and Raisin Buns to tear and share are perfect for entertaining a crowd. They are also ideal for a hungry family! Best eaten as soon as they have cooled down after taking them out of the oven. These buns are super soft and simply delicious.Continue reading “Lemon and Raisin Buns to Tear and Share”
Chocolate and Hazelnut Gateau – this incredibly moist cake is the perfect choice for a chocoholic! The recipe used for the chocolate cake is a reliable favourite recipe. A beautiful chocolate ganache then drips down the sides over the crushed hazelnuts. Sprinkled on top of the gateau are chocolate flake pieces and whole hazelnuts.Continue reading “How To Make A Chocolate And Hazelnut Gateau”
Chelsea Buns were first made around 1700. They must be good because they are still being made today! But have you tried making them yourself? Try this recipe and I doubt you’ll want a shop bought one again.Continue reading “Chelsea Buns & How To Make Them”
Pancake Day falls on 25th February this year. What better excuse is there to eat pancakes? Traditionally they were eaten on Shrove Tuesday as a way to use up eggs, flour and milk before embarking on Lent. Pancakes are therefore cheap to make. They are also easy to create. Read on for some delicious recipes and special offers to save you money.Continue reading “Enjoy Pancake Day With These Recipes & Offers”
Read on for an easy recipe to make guacamole. Not only is it easy to make, it tastes simply delicious. Once you’ve used this easy guacamole recipe you won’t want a shop bought one ever again.Continue reading “Guacamole – An Easy Recipe To Make This Amazing Dip”