It is harder then you would expect to find interesting spelt recipes online. Sure, there’s a million and one bread recipes, but anything a little more complex seems to be tricky. SO I’m glad I found these ones. So I’m not much of a chocolate fan, or rather the chocolate I like is hardly qualityContinue reading “Spelt Baking Links”
This recipe is really VERY simple, but the result is quite something. For such a basic loaf the flavour and the texture are great and even someone with the most basic exposure to baking could attempt to bake it. Sorry for the delay in getting it up. : Honey & Wholegrain Spelt Loaf AnContinue reading “Recipe: Honey & Wholemeal Spelt Loaf”
A few pictures of my latest effort, a rather tasty (if I do say so myself) Honey and Wholemeal Spelt Flour Loaf. I’m making a fresh loaf tomorrow so I’ll add the recipe then. Enjoy.
I posted the gallery to go with this recipe yesterday, go there to see more pictures. It really was an incredibly easy one to do, but so rewarding. Drop scones are my new breakfast favourites, though I’m pretty sure you could have them at any time. Interestingly, we called these crumpets when I was younger,Continue reading “Recipe: Blueberry Drop Scones”
So I made some rather tasty blueberry drop scones for breakfast today. I didn’t eat them, but I did taste them and if I do say so myself, they rocked. I also made some wholemeal drop scones, which I did eat and they were great too, recipes for both coming up a little later.
Donal’s new cookbook, Kitchen Hero, complete with lovely inscription from the man himself, after I accidentally won his competition to be the first to tweet out a picture of the book in a bookshop!
I was inspired by this post over on Bibliocook to do something with the reams of cookbooks I’ve bought (or been given and my is THAT a treasure trove) that aren’t just the run of the mill, celebrity cook type. So I’m starting these new post types, Old Cookbooks. Generally speaking I’ve picked these up inContinue reading “Old Cookbooks ~001: Lovely Food: A Cookery Notebook”
While I’ll never claim this soup is entirely my own devising (after all I’m using prepared and pre-packed stock) there’s some work involved in making it. I was driven to trying it by the amazing soups served up in Bray’s (and many would argue the East Coast’s) finest Italian restaurant Campo de’ Fiore (forgive their website which looks likeContinue reading “A Soup-y Gallery”
I’ve always thought that mushrooms, when done well, take on some of the qualities of meat. This recipe is an excellent example of that and the result is an exceptionally tasty vegetarian lasagna that will be enjoyable for a mixed party without the need to worry about keeping utensils separate and plates clear of meat. Check outContinue reading “A Vegetarian Lasagna Even Meat Eaters Will Like”
So I made an exceptionally tasty vegetarian lasagna last night. It was easier then I thought it might be! Enjoy the gallery. I’ll add the recipe later!