Homemade Jaffa Cakes

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Jaffa Cakes have always been a particular weakness of mine. When I was younger I could easily eat a whole packet in one go. Of course back then I could eat whatever I wanted and still be a size 8. How I wish I’d appreciated my teenage metabolism, now I just have to think of […]

French Onion Soup

French Onion Soup - A Cookbook Collection

I know what you’re thinking, a second soup recipe in as many months. I don’t care. It’s been so cold the last few weeks that soup is a necessity. Also, there seems to be recipes for French Onion Soup popping up all over the place recently so I though it was high time I posted […]

DIY Pot Noodle – Take 2

Korean DIY Pot Noodle -A Cookbook Collection

There has been a lot of discussion lately about the amount of processed foods we as a nation eat. Anytime these types of discussions pop up it makes me slightly uncomfortable. I love to research recipes and cook from scratch, I find it relaxing. However, I realise that I am very lucky in that I […]

Moroccan Chicken Salad with Blood Orange and Feta

Ras el Hanout Chicken Blood Orange and Feta Salad-A Cookbook Collection

I’ve shared my love for the spice mix known as Ras el Hanout many times before. I also tend to share recipes using blood oranges at this time every year. So this year I decided to combine the two and here is my Moroccan Chicken Salad with Blood Oranges and Feta. And because I like […]

Chocolate Tiramisu

Chocolate Tiramisu- A Cookbook Collection

  Or to give it it’s full title, Chocolate Baileys and Rum Tiramisu. I’m fairly sure Italian food purists are aghast at this tinkering with such a recipe, but Tiramisu is a relatively recent invention so I might get away with it. However, strange as it seems coming from someone who doesn’t function before their […]

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