These Viennese whirls are flavoured with orange zest and filled with orange buttercream and a layer of marmalade to give a summery, citrusy twist to a classic treat.
I’ve made no secret of my newly discovered love for cookies and so, here’s another cookie recipe, this time for hazelnut and toffee cookies. I’m actually half working on something for my uni portfolio aboutContinue reading
I like cake, biscuit, and all manner of baked goods in equal amounts, but it’s the sense of nostalgia that comes with many of them that make them taste better- and so it is withContinue reading
It’s up to the wild highlands of Scotland for our penultimate Bakespeare recipe, influenced by Shakespeare’s tragedy that can only be referred to as ‘The Scottish Play’. Hover through the fog and filthy air toContinue reading
I’ll be completely honest from the start: these did not turn out how I wanted them to. I wanted the squidgy, half-baked cookies like Millie’s Cookies (is that still around? I haven’t seen one forContinue reading
I can’t be the only person who buys various baking and cooking implements because, at the time, it seems like something that will dramatically improve my life, only for it to be relegated to theContinue reading
Gung Hay Fat Choy, friends, and Happy Chinese New Year! (Horrific western attempt at Chinese right there). This year, Chinese New Year is on 8th February and it’s the year of the monkey. The 9thContinue reading
Help yourself to a slice of haggis, a dram of whisky, and a spoonful of neeps- it’s almost Burns Night. The most Scottish of traditions, it’s one that we English over the border like toContinue reading