I’m re-visiting this post from last Easter. It’s time to get baking again! Not that there really are ever any ‘leftover’ mini eggs…but just in case you have a bag or two around this Easter, I hope you find time to make these.
Knowing where our food comes from is the hot topic of the moment. Processed foods have never been more out, whilst good quality, origin-specific foods are in. This is a shift in thinking that I welcome 100%. I’d like to be more aware of where our food comes from. I’d like to better understand the [...]
Finding the perfect gift can be tricky, particularly when much of what we visibly see in the shops is over-commercialised. Cue a new company called Inking, who have come up of the clever idea of handpicking a selection of gifts from all over the Internet. Some of the ideas are tested favourites, whilst others are [...]
A little while ago I hosted a giveaway which included a hamper full of goodies for a perfect Christmas roast, including a Seldom Seen Farm free range turkey through from Forman and Field (who support gourmet and independent food producers) and Knorr UK. The winner was a lovely Fabulicious Food reader called Liz, who will be enjoying her gourmet hamper on Christmas Day. [...]
Pancakes are definitely not just for Shrove Tuesday. You can rustle up these pancakes with a creamy chicken, mushroom and spinach filling in less than fifteen minutes, particularly if you use good quality, ready made pancakes as your base. We all love a shortcut. The folks at Abra-ca-Debora pancakes sent me a couple of packets of their new Dutch pancakes [...]
There has been a little goat on Twitter making me chuckle. Her name is Ethel and she lives in Somerset. She produces some lovely milk along with her friends in the West Country and with it, Capricorn make a lovely creamy cheese at the nearby Lubburn Creamery. Capricorn Goats Cheese is made with pasteurised goats’ milk and happily, it is [...]
This week I was invited to take part in a challenge set by Russell Hobbs to try out their new Creations Kitchen Machine. Russell Hobbs are hosting a champagne and cake party tonight in London to launch their new range of Creations food prep products. My challenge was to make something to the theme of [...]
Whenever I go along to a cookery class or a food event I go with the intention of learning something. In most cases, the tutor or teacher has acquired a certain level of knowledge and is keen to pass it on. In the case of my recent masterclass for food bloggers and writers with Marco [...]