After reading the inspiring story of Rwandan Women’s Bakery, I thought I’d share a recipe for traditional Rwandan honey bread.
These fruity Easter favourites are the perfect break from all that chocolate, and they’re steeped in history too.
Read the history of an iconic Yorkshire bun, and have a try at Bee’s very special Easter recipe for hot-cross fat rascals.
The peak of our Easter lunch has always been a huge hunk of barbecued lamb, but this year I’m following it with a heavenly flourless chocolate cake.
Explore a whole new world of baking with this recipe for Nankhatai – buttery, fragrant Indian shortbread cookies.
There are always little tricks and substitutions you can make that will make a difference to your cakes, even if they’ll never be totally ‘healthy’.
With so much fruit available in the UK, most of my everyday baking incorporates fruit in one way or another. Here are some of my favourite fruity recipes.
Baking is often the first cooking experience we have as children, but usually it’s cakes and cookies. How about baking flatbreads with your kids instead?
The idea may sound a bit mad, but the history of beer and bread are inextricably linked – so check out these two incredibly simple beer bread recipes.
Once you’ve conquered a basic bread recipe, it’s time to get a little creative, and the best way to do this is to learn how to add flavours to your bread.