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kale cauliflower au gratin
24th October 2018

Kale Cauliflower Au Gratin

If your kids see veggies and promptly declare their tummies full, this Kale Cauliflower Au Gratin recipe is an easy way to make sure they are getting their daily vegetable quota. It’s a rich and tasty variation to normal veggies. The two main ingredients as you might have guessed are…
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samoa brownies
23rd October 2018

Samoa Brownies Recipe

This recipe is inspired by the famous Samoa Girl Scout cookies, which are now called Caramel deLites. It takes the normal brownies recipe and makes it a million times more decadent by adding caramel and toasted coconut. It’s super easy to make especially if you use a brownie mix rather…
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best electric grater
Best Kitchen Appliances
22nd October 2018

What Is The Best Electric Grater On The UK Market?

An electric grater is a handy tool to have around in any busy kitchen. A traditional manual grater takes too much time to use and requires quite a bit of effort. With an electric grater, you can grate or shred a lot of vegetables in just a couple of minutes.…
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clementhyme cocktail recipe
19th October 2018

Clementhyme Cocktail

Clementhyme is an amalgamation of clementine and thyme, two of the best ingredients for a fresh sweet cocktail bursting with citrus and herb goodness. This cocktail is super easy to make though it takes a bit longer than other cocktails because you have to make a simple syrup first. But…
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vegetarian beer cheddar soup topped with pepitas
18th October 2018

Vegetarian Beer Cheddar Soup Topped With Pepitas

If you are looking for a soup that is tasty, creamy and filling, try some beer cheddar soup. This particular recipe is heavy on the vegies but is just as creamy and flavourful as traditional cheese beer soup. If anything, the wide selection of vegetables gives it a richer flavour.…
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best salt and pepper grinders
Best Kitchen Utensils
17th October 2018

What Are The Best Salt And Pepper Grinders On The UK Market?

A salt and pepper grinder is an easy and quick way to add fresh spices to your dishes. Unlike pre-ground spices, freshly ground pepper gives your food a stronger flavour. You also need less of it, which saves you a bit of money. As for salt, grinding reduces the large…
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sparkling lemonade sangria recipe
16th October 2018

Sparkling Lemonade Sangria Recipe

The main flavour of this sangria is lemony derived either from store-bought lemonade or freshly squeezed lemon juice. The base is white wine, which provides a lighter and fruitier flavour compared to red wine. You have several options when it comes to the liquor. Vodka, rum or tequila will work…
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strawberry pineapple orange sangria
14th October 2018

Strawberry Pineapple Orange Sangria

This easy-to-make cocktail bursts with tropical flavours thanks to the strawberry, pineapple and orange. It’s perfect for brunch, parties and any old time you feel like a light, sweet and bubbly drink. This particular recipe uses white wine rather than the red wine used in traditional sangrias. I prefer the…
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best kitchen bin
Best Kitchen Utensils
12th October 2018

What Is The Best Kitchen Bin On The UK Market?

The most important thing to consider when you are buying a new kitchen bin is size. You’ll want something that is big enough for your kitchen waste but not too big that it takes over half of your kitchen. Also consider whether you need a split bin for recycling. See…
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can you freeze sourdough bread dough
Cooking Tips
11th October 2018

Can You Freeze Sourdough Bread Dough

Yes you can. In fact, it is the best way to store sourdough bread if you are not planning to eat all of it in a few days. Sourdough bread, whether bought from the store or baked at home, lasts 4-5 days (when stored properly). This is longer than other…
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