Standard Issue asked me to make a punch for New Year's eve. I did just that, only I drank it all with my friend and got really really poorly the night before I was due to submit it. I managed to write the recipe the next morning for the magazine, though in immense pain. This
These pasties are awesome. They are just perfect for a day in front of Boxing Day films, drinking beer and farting. I made this recipe for Standard Issue Magazine, you can see the full recipe and instructions here
This unbaked chocolate mousse tart is topped with lovely fudgey pecan penuche and is a great alternative to the Christmas Pudding, if you are still wanting a heavy dessert, but don't want the fruity booziness of traditional Christmas treats. I made this for Standard Issue Magazine, and you can find the full recipe and directions
This pavlova looks and tastes wonderful. It is citrussy and sweet with a slight bitterness from the pomegranate. The pomegranate and lemon work really well together and the creative colouring will wow at the dinner table. It's a lighter alternative to a Christmas pudding and will cleanse the palate after all that heavy Christmas fayre.
Here is a little article and recipe for a super tasty sundae. Tuck in! http://standardissuemagazine.com/food/bonfire-night-dessert-worth-getting-forks/
Well, it feels like I have been away for a long time. And I have I suppose, at least from my site and my blog. My beautiful pooch When I set it up last year, just before the first Bake Off episode, I had the full intention of writing a blog
This is the first article I wrote about weight for The Telegraph. Try not to look at the comments at the bottom if you are anti body-shaming, as it will make you angry. There is some obvious trolling going on, though there are some more balanced comments, and the obvious Katie Hopkins supporters out there!.