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I’ve been seeing a lot of miso chocolate combos recently and what can I say, I feel * inspired *. I always use the BBC Good Food brownie recipe and cannot be swayed, so that’s what these salty-sweet goodies are based on. It might seem like a lot of extra faff to make the misoContinue reading “Salted miso and cashew brownies”
I love a Bakewell tart. Every Bakewell tart from artisan bakery slices to Mr Kipling’s finest is deserving of attention in my books, and I’ve often spent a rainy afternoon overzealously making these almondy, sickly sweet goodies. But there comes a time (god forbid) that you tire of the usual flavours of this classic afternoonContinue reading “Pistachio, apricot and cardamom slices”
I’m probably coming to pumpkin a bit late in the day this year, but I can’t help but fawn over a forgotten favourite. I’m not loading up on your classic orange-hued, bulbous pumpkin, but instead its uglier cousin, the delica pumpkin. This ugly duckling hails from Lombardy (previously of covid-related fame) and is more squatContinue reading “Roasted pumpkin with oozy saffron orzo”
My cravings for baked goods are always very specific. Sometimes it’s that exact chocolate orange pudding I made five years ago in my second year university, today it was a cinnamon bun/almond croissant hybrid with the texture of a cookie. I wanted warming cinnamon with the texture of a cakey frangipane but the intense almondContinue reading “Cinnamon and almond crumble cookies”
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