Tag Archives: Flourless

(No) rush

On the way to Easter (in both traditions), we’ve had the fun of working our way through various breakfast possibilities in no rush at all, so I thought I’d keep going in that vein by posting the ‘how to guide’ for a … Continue reading

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Sunday: Cuando una puerta se cierra, ciento se abren.

Spanish: When one door closes, a hundred open. To wind up my look at how we revive each day, so we might try again with the being a good person and making a happy life, I thought I’d share my … Continue reading

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Saturday: Dywedwch wrthyf unwaith eto y chwedl …

Welsh: Tell me again the tale of … What is it about Saturday that seems to make us morph into hobbits – you know, needing first breakfast, second breakfast, elevenses, luncheon, afternoon tea, dinner, supper … ? Well it probably … Continue reading

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Smile (even if just to make others wonder why)

Several years ago I succeeded in making this wedding cake that was a) gluten free because it was made with almond meal and b) able to hold traditional white royal icing and so look like a regular wedding cake.  It … Continue reading

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When a recipe is noise

Sometimes, a recipe just gets in the way of progress – like earlier in the week, after a couple of rainy days and no walks to the green grocer, plus it was still coming down in stair rods every hour … Continue reading

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December 22 – cranberries

Cranberries in many forms are an indispensable part of Christmas now – but when I was young, back around the time of the last ice age, the token bowl of cranberry sauce was the limit – and then only if … Continue reading

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December 20 – fudge

It has been seriously stinking hot here today, breathtakingly humid, then an armageddon quality storm this afternoon and instantly 10 degrees cooler.  Cooking really rather lacked appeal until then, and having the oven on for long still looked more than … Continue reading

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December 16 & 17 – orange or coal?

Yesteryear’s traditional anxiety for children at Christmas was (among Anglophones at least) – would they find the reward of an orange or the remonstrance of a lump of coal in their Christmas stocking?  Well, I’ve gone with both in this little … Continue reading

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December 12 – something red, and coconut ice is cool!!

James, the junior cook here, is in charge today!  He made the command decision that we needed to do coconut ice for afternoon tea, and it should be red to be cheery for Christmas – and I am a voice-activated … Continue reading

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December 6 – fruit mince

For the 2017 Advent-ure, this is me taking my own advice, to follow these maxims –  plucked from amongst those by which I have worked for decades: Cook’s rule #127 – don’t be afraid to try new things for fear … Continue reading

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