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The Best Kind of a Club

The first rule of Pudding Club: you must always talk about Pudding Club. Every smallest event in life must be compared to something that took place at Pudding Club, little  allusions to Pudding Club must be inserted into the most … Continue reading

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Sourdough Love

My uncle owns a bakery. While this does not mean that I have a claim to the title ‘bakery girl’, I did grow up eating what could today only be described as ‘artisan baked goods’ and bread and I have … Continue reading

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Linzers and No Bake Swirl Log

My apologies for harking back to Christmas, which I am sure we are all sick of. I know if I see another turkey recipe I’m certain to go on a killing spree. That said, what I’m going to share with … Continue reading

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Czech Christmas, More or Less Traditional

Christmas has thankfully been put to rest for another year, and it’s time to reflect on what we’ve achieved in the kitchen over the festive period. It was my intention to provide an in-depth visually driven report on Czech Christmas … Continue reading

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Spelt and Ginger Banana Bread

I must admit to being a bit of a traditionalist when it comes to baking. Baking, as we now know, is not my forte and it is only with practice that I have even come to like it, let alone … Continue reading

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Gluten Free Tea Time Treats

As it happens I have benefited from my sudden and unexpected return to singledom in very few ways. Aside from trying to talk myself into hating a person I previously liked and losing my restaurant partner, I also find myself … Continue reading

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The Sad Tale of the IKEA Flat Pack Gingerbread House

Sheffield, home of the house with the caterpillar hedge. Last weekend I finally committed to tear myself away from the prospects of another potentially amazing weekend in Liverpool to make the journey across the Pennines to see my friends for … Continue reading

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Cakes, Biscuits and Goodbyes

It has come to this. The IC has been a second home to me since I started uni,  providing me with the funds to just about sustain myself independently of my parents (ish) and occasionally treat myself to a piece … Continue reading

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White Chocolate Cheesecake of Love

I am still in denial about my relationship with cake. I will still claim that I do not rate sweet stuff, even though this blog serves as living proof that I most probably do. You see, I love baking. I … Continue reading

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24 Going on 74…

… I must be, that is the only way to explain why I decided to take part in the Women’s Institute cookery competition at Sheffield Food Festival. Yes, I might be a punk and yes, I know my way around … Continue reading

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