In this wholemeal shortbread recipe, wholemeal flour adds a delicious, mealy flavour, similar to a digestive biscuit, which undercuts the usually super sugary biscuit.
Parting is such sweet sorrow, but alas, Bakespeare has come to an end. We are time’s subjects, and time bids be gone. I don’t know about you, but I’m sad to see it go. TheseContinue 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
Scene 1. Venice. A street. We meet Iago and Roderigo, and neither of them are happy with General Othello- aka, the Moor, and our titular tragic hero. Othello, you see, has gone off and marriedContinue reading
Let me see; what am I to buy for our sheep-shearing feast? Three pound of sugar, five pound of currants, rice,–what will this sister of mine do with rice? Make rice pudding, of course! ThisContinue reading
It’s the most universal, most popular, and most famous of all of Shakespeare’s plays: show me someone who says they don’t know the story of Romeo and Juliet and I’ll show you a liar. WhetherContinue reading
The tale of Julius Caesar is well-known: Julius Caesar, ruler, leader, head of the Roman dictatorship, first to invade Britain, stabbed (quite literally) in the back by his friends, and not just a salad dressingContinue reading
The originator of meta-theatre, The Taming of The Shrew is a play about a play. It opens with a Lord, who thinks, wouldn’t it be funny to trick the sleeping drunkard he’s just stumbled uponContinue reading