I am very pleased to say I am featured in the June issue of Good Food Magazine, as the reader recipe.
Please buy a copy and have a look.
So glad they liked it. This recipe and a selection of other fabulous makes will be on the next blog- Summer’s Eve, full of cakes, how to make your own tea blend, frozen alcohol granita and more….
Enjoy Good Food and Bake Love, together maybe…
We Bake Love xxxx
You had better not be! But I am sure you wouldn’t.
Its is asparagus season, and you had better get in quick. Having a notoriously short season make them for me even more desirable. This of course makes me love them even more.
So I suggest you make the most of them if you want to get seasonal, local produce.
Here are a few simple recipe ideas. I like to keep things simple with asparagus. They have such a delicate, natural slightly nutty flavour that can be enhanced with any type of butter/buttery sauce, and mild, sweet cheeses, such as a goats cheese.
Do not over cook. I like them like pasta, so slightly al dente. ( to the bite) which means you want them to have a slight crunch.
Introducing my new website ………….
The Homestead, visit
Have you loved a piece of vintage kitchenalia but haven’t been able to find it anywhere? Have you wanted to buy a piece you’ve seen in a blog? Well now you can.
As well as baking and blogging I also buy and sell vintage pieces, collectables, my own works and work by my crafty friends.
Here are a few examples of the pieces I sell.
I lovingly restore, up cycle, paint, polish and repair and mend old, but still beautiful and usable antiques and retro pieces. Giving them a new life in a new home.
Grab one for yourself at http://thehomesteadhome.com/
Also, see me at The Malvern Flea, May 27th where I’ll be selling my vintage finds, jams and nibbles plus giving advise and tips on cooking and collecting. Come and see me!