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Wonky Vegetable Soup

About Wonky Veg Some of the larger Asda stores now sell large boxes of wonky vegetables. Basically, these are vegetables that don’t look perfect and would have normally been thrown away. There’s nothing wrong with them, they still taste exactly the same, there’s no actual damage as such. They’re just a bit…wonky. These boxes cost… Read More »

Easy Homemade Crumpets

I’m a massive fan of crumpets. They come in such tiny packets though, why is this? 9 last us about 6 minutes. They’re so lovely, and warming. We used to eat crumpets in sixth form at school (not just crumpets I might add…there were also kinder Buenos) and they bring back all kinds of lovely… Read More »

Sea Salt and Rosemary Focaccia

What’s the difference between a focaccia and a ciabatta? I wasn’t entirely sure what this was, but a bit of googling revealed a Paul Hollywood recipe for focaccia which is similar. And I’m willing to concede that he probably knows more about bread than I do. I love bread, all of it. I could never… Read More »

Rosemary Bread

Rosemary is such a lovely flavour, and it smells incredible. I generally just make plain white bread, or white bread rolls, but thought I’d try something a little different. Adding rosemary is great, it’s quite a mild flavour, and makes a truly amazing slice of cheese on toast! You will need: 500g Strong white bread… Read More »

Loaded Potato Skins

Jacket potatoes are a win in our house. We generally go for a classic bean and cheese combo. Loaded potato skins are a great way to add a bit of verity to your lunch time potato. Bacon and either onion or leek is my favourite. But there are loads of different things you could try.… Read More »