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  • Vegetable Tagine

    chopped (or apricots could work) 1 cinnamon stick 1/2 tsp ground cumin 2 tsp tandoori powder (I like the light 1 - 1 1/4 hours until vegetables are almost tender (I like the carrots and celery to have a little bite

  • Port and Apricot Jam

    I go light on sugar, you might want to use more. 4) When the jam looks as though it has thickened enough If after a minute it starts to solidify and the top wrinkles and pulls tight, it should gel nicely once If not, then boil it a bit longer or add sugar (or both). 5) To sterilize jars: boil clean jars and their Fill to just below the rim, wipe the grooves clean and screw the lid on tight.

  • Pear Sorbet

    Last night at dinner, à propos of nothing whatsoever, Little Bit declared amusingly that he wanted to Ingredients: 2 c of pear, chopped up 3/4 c water 3/4 c light brown sugar juice of 1 lemon 1) Bring water I might still try another version with some cinnamon and maybe a little of something else, or an elderflower

  • Barley Flour and Chocolate Shortbread

    That crust base was unique, with a bit more bite and a bit more sweetness to it than regular crust. At some point when nursing in the middle of the night (sometimes that's when the best ideas happen, the I need to grind the barley flour a little finer next time as it had too much bite, but otherwise, I am

  • Lemon Syllabub and Blueberries with Lemon Cupcakes

    I chose to do a lemon cake as I find the flavours light and well balanced, and to match them up, added I found that this hit the right notes, with some sweet, some zest and a lot of airy lightness.

  • Sesame Cookies

    When working in Greece, I entered into a bit of a relationship with tahini. Little Bit came through after his nap with his kiddy baking book asking to bake, and then after deciding Ingredients: 3/4 c tahini 1/2 c butter 1/2 c dark brown sugar 3/4 c light brown sugar 3 tbsp milk 1 tbsp What I might try next time though is to replace at least some of the brown sugar with honey as tahini Alternatively, adding in some chocolate, either mixing in cacao powder or chocolate chips, might work

  • Fruit and Cream with a White Balsamic Drizzle

    This is a bit of a twist on normal berries and cream. Ingredients (per person): A generous dollop of Double crème de Gruyère ( in a pinch, mascarpone might I loved the bite from the balsamic syrup paired with the cream and the fruit.

  • Miss Sophie's Mulligatawny Soufflé

    Light and fluffy, the mulligatawny flavours are attenuated but present. A little bite is good. 8) Dish, and drizzle a little pomegranate molasses over the top.

  • Ricotta, take 3

    So well in fact, that I might start playing with things next time and see what happens. There was no scorching, and leaving the curds to sit a bit longer before draining them, I seem to have the filling, simple and straightforward, no fancy spice work or any jazzing up, was maybe the best bit I used a little cornmeal in the pasta to give it some bite despite being rolled thin, and it was soft The sauce was creamy, with just a dollop of mustard for bite).

  • Roast Pumpkin Cookies

    They are a cross between cookies and cake, but after a couple of days become mini-cake bites. I brought these to a games night with some friends and the consensus was that they are best with the Trying them later with the mascarpone though, that might be my favourite variation.

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