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  • Savoury, Snacks
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  • December 27, 2013

I am guessing depending on your Christmas recovery bloat; you are feeling a wee bit guilt for eating all the pie and cake, then using the left over bread as a spoon for the gravy for breakfast (guilty as charged…) However If you REALLY think about it; what is one day going to do to…

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  • Bars/Slices
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  • December 23, 2013

Walking around my house you would think we have forgotten about Christmas. No kind of whimsical ornaments with sparkles and glitter. No tree top star or angel; in fact not even a Christmas tree! However we do have a pile of pretty Christmas wrapped presents in a corner of our house (because all know that’s…

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  • Cupcake
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  • December 9, 2013

Today’s post is going to be a thank you to your readers. For today ( or at least on 7th) was the anniversary of the FIRST EVER post I did on this blog. If you look back my first post was for a recipe which used a sour dough starter to create a “Hong Konng…

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  • Cupcake
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  • December 1, 2013

 This post today is being brought to you in conjunction with Little Bertha cupcakes. cupcake company. Handmade Christmas cake decorations Written by Sarah Grey Sarah is a food writer with a passion for cake decorating, especially intricate handmade features I’m not the biggest fan of fondant decoration, mostly because the icing doesn’t taste that nice and…

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  • Bread
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  • November 14, 2013

OK ladies, I have got a bone to pick with you. Yes this is a behaviour that I find extremely annoying and I guarantee at least every single woman and man has done this before. I have done this before and man, I am sorry to whoever I did it to because gosh is it…

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  • Macarons
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  • October 24, 2013

Who hates exams? Or despises test? You would think even after 16 years of formal education I would be used to them by now. Not to mention the outside exams that I had to take when I did tutoring (shudders, bad, bad times). Honestly a test, more than ANYTHING (even being eaten alive by insects…

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  • Bread
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  • October 21, 2013

For anyone who has been through or (currently going through) secondary education, namely University or collage, there soon comes to point where you become very depressed. Maybe it only happens to art or social science students but in my last year of education; social science has sucked out the life any kind of positive social…

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  • October 14, 2013

I am person who lives in organised chaos and honestly I love it. When I say organised chaos, It is hard to describe without being clumsy. It is the way you have things that looks disorganised and chaotic to others, but to you it is perfectly placed because you definitely KNOW where everything is. I…