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Cupcake Decorating at Primrose Bakery, London – Review

This is the third instalment of Cookery Courses with Cousins, which would actually make an interesting cookery programme! The first two was with my cousin Katherine, Rococo Easter Egg Decorating and Paul. A Young Brownie Masterclass. This time we had our two other cousins Sonia…

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Fortnum & Mason Afternoon Tea, London – Review

One always needs refreshment after one attends an Easter Egg decorating course, my cousin and I arranged to take our mum’s to Fortnum and Mason for afternoon tea. We are nice like that. We had visited the Ice Cream Parlour at Fortnum…

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Easter Egg Decorating, Rococo, London – Review

This post is a tad late. I know Easter was about a month ago and by now you’re well and truly had your fill of chocolate eggs…or maybe you haven’t like me. Recently, I’ve been doing lots of cookery courses with my cousin…

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Pieminister, Bristol – Review

I may be a tad bias for this post….ahem. But when most people think of food in Bristol there’s one company that stands out and for very good reasons. Pieminister! Set up 10 years ago when the brother’s in law, Jon and…

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Paul A.Young Brownie Masterclass – Review

From some of my past posts, you’ll know that I’m constantly in London. I don’t live there, I live in Bristol, 118 miles from my favourite chocolate shop of all time. Big claim you may think but so true when…

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Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting Recipe

Easter is around the corner and everyone is gearing up to eat your body weight in chocolates and hot cross buns. I want to go to the source, Easter Bunny I’m coming for you! Watch it. To lure Mr Bunny,…

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The Breakfast Club, London – Review

My brother is the best brother a sister could have. Yes, that is a soppy start to a new post but it’s true. We’ve always got on growing up but think that might be down to his good nature than…

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The Potted Pig, Cardiff – Review

Scoff Saturday A thing of beauty and the start of a tradition worth carrying on for. From the beginnings at The Duck and Waffle which started as a catch up with some of my lovely uni friends, eating amazing food and…

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New York Deli, Cardiff – Review

Salt Beef. Pickles. Swiss Cheese. Mustard. Bagel. Black Pepper. Repeat after me.  Salt Beef. Pickles. Swiss Cheese. Mustard. Bagel. Black Pepper. Once more with feeling. Salt Beef. Pickles. Swiss Cheese. Mustard. Bagel. Black Pepper. Stick with these ingredients and you’ll be in…

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Blood Orange Cake Recipe

These last couple of months, I’ve been on a hunt. No not on a manhunt, but yes I am on one of those too. No a hunt for blood oranges. These seasonal temptresses need to be sniffed out and the…

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Gypsy Tart Recipe

I’ve renamed this tart. It was first created in Kent by a lady who wanted to help feed up the malnourished gypsy children. Remember this was a dish to feed up malnourished children, it has 3 ingredients. A pastry shell…

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