Pieday Friday – Nan knows best; a recipe for milk bread

This week I tried something that I’d never attempted before; making bread with only two ingredients – neither of which were yeast or fat. Yes, I made milk bread from my Nan’s old Bero recipe book and I couldn’t believe my eyes when it began to rise, especially when you consider that it’s made from only […]

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Pieday Friday – My recipe for Banana Bread Bites

In honour of #TheGreatBloggerBakeOff, which is taking place each Wednesday to coincide with The Great British Bake Off, I have decided to move my regular Pieday Friday recipe column to Wednesdays for the duration of the series. I thought that two recipes each week might be a little too difficult even for me to achieve, so […]

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Pieday Friday ~ Lamb tagine & tortilla wraps

Today I thought I’d share the recipes for an entire meal with you. This is the very same meal that my husband and I cooked for Valentine’s Day and we’ve since cooked it for the family too and it went down a treat, so I hoping that we’ve got the recipe just right for this […]

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Pieday Friday ~ Bake a cheese loaf for the weekend

One of my favourite treats is cheese bread. I’m not someone who gets particularly excited about sweet things (except for this red velvet cake, yum!) but I can’t resist something cheesy. If it’s melted cheese, even better! I still have a lot of cheese left over after Christmas – why do we all buy those cheese-board […]

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Pieday Friday – Pizza bread loaf recipe

You may remember me mentioning that I’ve been baking bread for the past few weeks after watching Paul Hollywood’s tv show, and I’ve carried on experimenting with different types of bread (with varying degrees of success!). For this pizza bread loaf, I’ve used a basic dough recipe – like the one I made in this […]

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Pieday Friday – Back to basics with bread

I’ve been watching Paul Hollywood’s bread programme for the last few weeks and now that the series has finished, hubby and I finally felt brave enough to have a go at making our own bread at home. I’ve always thought it’s a bit of a long-winded process, all that waiting for the dough to rise […]

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