In which I go full-geek and we take a tour of British food history- from Stone Age onwards. Prepare yourselves.
It is my belief that every baker worth their salt (perhaps that should be sugar?) should have one no-fail biscuit recipe in their arsenal. Until recently, mine had been a recipe from the very firstContinue reading
Cherries are summer’s rare delight and can vary from sweet wild cherries to the sour Morello variety. With a relatively short season, cherries are at their best in July although availability extends into August, growing scarcerContinue reading
In 1865, English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson released his new novel to unanimously poor reviews; it was filled with such nonsense that Dodgson’s sanity was called into question, and it was never expected to beContinue reading