Gluten free oat pancakes

How often do you eat pancakes? Once a year, twice a year or more regularly than that? Since I have discovered that not all pancakes need flour, I often have them for breakfast at the weekend. I have two favourite gluten free recipes that require minimal effort and make a filling breakfast. The first one... Continue Reading →

My 2017 Christmas Cake inspired by my Grandma

I love Christmas cake. I really do. I love the spice and all the fruit that is packed into slice. I love the sweetness of the icing and marzipan that  just marries with the fruit. Christmas should be about about eatting lots of lovely rich and seasonal food. From the end of October, our cupboards... Continue Reading →

Gluten Free apple crumble muffins

As winter approaches we find ourselves, here in the UK, seeking comfort in warming stews and baked puddings such as apple crumble and custard or steamed syrup sponge, hence the inspiration for putting apple crumble flavours into a gluten free muffin.

The Lincolnshire Ploughmans lunch

The ploughman’s is one of Britain’s most traditional and best loved lunches and has been served in pubs all over the county for over 50 years. But did you know that you can source all of the ingredients for this well-loved lunch in Lincolnshire? A traditional ploughman’s consists of large chunks of crusty bread, cheeses... Continue Reading →

Over a third of Britons have no clue when it comes to catering for people with dietary requirements

Research this week revealed that over a third of Britons shy away from catering for people with food allergies or intolerances. This week has been Coeliac UK Awareness Week and the research carried out by Genius Gluten Free found that almost 10 million people in the UK claim to have a specific dietary requirement. Nationally, people... Continue Reading →

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