Scrambled Eggs

Eggs are pretty awsome, you can do like a million things with them, they are super nutritious and you have them for breafast, brunch, lunch, snack time or even dessert, yes dessert, because I know you've forgotten about meringues! Nevertheless, I love eggs no matter what shape or form they are presented to me in. … Continue reading Scrambled Eggs

A Nutty Cinnamon and Raisin Oatmeal

Autumn is coming to an end, the summer sun has faded and winter is coming!!! I love winter, from winter fashion to holidays and of course decadent, warm and rich foods! If you want something to warm up those dark and cold mornings you need to have yourself a bowl of hot oatmeal to wake … Continue reading A Nutty Cinnamon and Raisin Oatmeal

Baking Sourdough Bread: Sourdough Series P. II

Your starter is ready and now you want to bake some bread. It's most likely been a long 7 days of grueling patience, babying your starter but trust me you won't ever have to do this again as long as you don't use it all, maintaining it by keeping it in the fridge, and feeding … Continue reading Baking Sourdough Bread: Sourdough Series P. II

Sourdough Bread Starter: Sourdough Series P. I

I'm making sourdough bread and thought we could make it together. This is the first day I'm making the starter and I will update this post everyday untill it's ready to make into a delicious sourdough loaf. You will need: 50% wholewheat and 50% all purpose flour or Rye or plain all purpose flour.Bottled water … Continue reading Sourdough Bread Starter: Sourdough Series P. I

How to Become a Pastry Chef

So you're thinking of becoming a Pastry chef or maybe you're procrastinating something sitting in bed reading random blog posts. Nevertheless, you have stumbled along to this one and now you're about to learn some either relevant or maybe not so relevant information. First of all if you think being a pastry chef means you … Continue reading How to Become a Pastry Chef

Ingredient Substitutions

Whether we're out of butter, or we just want to be healthier. It's always good to know what food substitutions can be made without compromising too much on important things like texture and flavour. Sometimes it isn't possible to subsitute everything 100% but why should you anyway. That one cookie you have once in a … Continue reading Ingredient Substitutions

How to make Perfect Cream Cheese frosting

I'm back with another short basic recipe, this is my favourite cream cheese frosting. It's absoultely delicious and you just have to try it and see! It's so easy to make, the only trouble you'll have is stopping yourself from eating it all straight out of the bowl! I hope I'm not the only one. … Continue reading How to make Perfect Cream Cheese frosting

Quick and Delicious Scones

For me there's nothing like afternoon tea with light and buttery scones to warm up winter days. Scones are super simple to make and don't take long to bake at all. Within an hour you can have freshly baked, warm and delicious scones. Who can resist that? Everything that you need to make them, you … Continue reading Quick and Delicious Scones

Cutting down a recipe

The kitchen can bring happiness but it can also cause a great deal of stres. I've got chef tips to battle all your kitchen conundrums. Ever had a recipe that 'serves 4' but there is only 2 of you? Then you find yourself scratching your head over what half 3/4 of a cup is? Look … Continue reading Cutting down a recipe

Crispy Oven Potato wegdes

Potatoes are the ultimate comfort food! I love how you can do so many things with just one ingredient. One of my favourite things is roasted potatoes, a version of this being my Crispy Oven Roasted Potato Wedges. Spiced just right, crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Absolute Perfection! Here's the recipe. … Continue reading Crispy Oven Potato wegdes