These delicate puddings are a slightly sharper and less rich version of panna cotta - they make a lovely, light end to a
Children love cooking with you - and, of course, the reward of tucking into their creations afterwards. Cooking anything
Nothing quite says spring like the bright pink, long stalks of the vegetable, yet eaten as a fruit, rhubarb. I've always seen think pink hued beauties at my local supermarkets and often passed them to fruits which I am more familiar with. I really want to cook more with seasonal British fruit and vegetables this year
We're just pudding it out there.
Can we all just agree to stop putting raisins in surprising places? 8. It encourages your uncle to play practical jokes
Today I want to quench my rhubarb thirst, but also use up some leftovers. I have half a block of marzipan in the larder and half a box of filo pastry going begging. Also, I've been thinking about baklava a lot lately (it happens that way sometimes) so I feel a plan coming neatly together....
Nothing says "I love you" more than a dark, luxurious dessert on St Valentine's Day. Spoon into the crisp outer to reveal a rich, molten middle. Perfect for sharing or, ahem, eating alone.
It's National Pie Week and what better way to celebrate than to take tropical inspiration from this delicious Banana Lattice. With vanilla, almonds and unrefined sugar, this sweet tropical twist on a classic pie really will be something you'll probably cook over and over.
I may love Easter more than Christmas as Christian school holidays go. I know this might be controversial. Hear me out. (Most reasons are chocolate and present buying related for those wondering if this is a rather unusual Christian themed blog post).
I am reaching the terrified stage. I've done the hypno birthing course. I've re read all my birthing books. I'm trying to keep my feet up. But there's no getting away from the fact I'm basically scared. I don't especially like giving birth. For me, it hurts that bit too much. Admittedly my second son's birth was a positive experience overall. But it still bloody hurt.