I was recently invited to an evening tasting Clearspring products by Helen at Fuss Free Flavours. Clearspring are a UK company that have been producing and importing organic and ethically sourced Japanese and European food products for decades.Read More
I was very lucky and was invited to a coffee roasting demonstration by Union Coffee at their roastery in East London. I didn’t know anything about coffee so I was excited to learn about the roasting process and get some coffee tasting tips from the experts that work there. Click here to see all my photos from the day.Read More
I have lived in London for nearly 10 years and I only had my first slice of treacle tart a few weeks ago at Bonds restaurant in The City (they have good lunch deals in August as all the bankers are off on holiday). I guess I never tried it because it looks a bit plain but I was so wrong. It’s a very simple dessert but it’s a national classic for a reason! It tastes so good when it’s warm with a bit of ice cream or cream.Read More
I whipped these up at about eleven o’clock at night after a batch of florentines went wrong! I wanted to bring some cookies with me when I went to see a friends new baby. I used the oatmeal cookie recipe from The Cookiepedia.Read More
Pumpkin recipes are in full swing over at my house. I already made a long list of pumpkin desserts that I can squeeze in before December.Read More
I am in full blown fall mode over here now. Fall baking is my favorite time of year. I love it even more than Christmas baking.
Chocolate & Salted Caramel Layer Cake
This is my first epic layer cake. I’ve made layer cakes before but this is the first one that came out not lopsided and really sleek looking. It’s made of four six inch layers instead of the traditional eight inches. It’s super cute since it’s nearly a mini layer cake!Read More