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As requested, here is my recipe for flapjack.  We like to ‘hide’ nuts, seeds and dried fruit in there to make it a bit healthier. 123 more words

Pampered Chef

Mary Berry’s Apricot Frangipane Tart (or could it be a Quiche?)

But first a Random Rant.

What the hell has happened to the BBC news website? It’s my go-to primary source of news (If, on the other hand, I want non-news I wind myself up by reading about the latest shenanigans relating to Kim Kardashian on the… 949 more words



Apricots are a popular stone fruit in South Australia. They are enjoyed in a variety of ways from jam, dried apricots to apricot pie.

Jams, drying or preserving are traditional ways to make them last. 47 more words

Cafe Hit At Home

Cookie jar?

In most houses you would assume that the New York Times crossword puzzle cookie jar (doesn’t everyone have one?) would hold cookies. But not in my house! 123 more words

March Letter from The Ferns Veggie B & B chatting about allergen regulations, Easter in Newport and 'Made from Wool' Newport knitter

Allergen regulations

Part of the new Food Information Regulations, requires me to  collate the  information about allergic ingredients used in the food that I serve.  The allergens that I have to report on are : celery, cereals, crustaceans, eggs, fish, lupin, milk, molluscs, mustard, nuts, peanuts, sesame seeds, soya and sulphur dioxide. 493 more words

Letters From The Ferns

Apricot Bread

The recipe today is another one that comes from one of Grandma’s sisters. This sister’s daughter is my godmother. This photo shows the two sisters and their daughters, and I just love it! 380 more words


The apricots are blooming, so expect snow or hail

The first day of spring is just around the corner, and it was nearly 90 degrees in Kansas yesterday. But here’s the problem: Spring is never just spring in Kansas. 53 more words

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