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Tea Time Treats ~ July 2016

Tea Time Treats is a monthly linky party hosted alternately by myself & Karen and is a fantastic way for bloggers to share their best recipes and get more traffic, comments and all-round bloggy love. This month it’s my turn to host, so keep r...
by Hedgecombers on Jul 1, 2016

Home Sweet Home #277

Hello and welcome to Home Sweet Home!  This week I welcomed the season in this post, Hello Summer!  The beautiful vintage styled table topper is from Heritage Lace.    It is summer and I decided it was a perfect time to make an ea...
by The Charm of Home on Jun 23, 2016

Time for Tea with Food Writer Hattie Ellis

Our monthly chat with someone who cares about tea This month we chat to Hattie Ellis, food writer and prolific cookbook author about the delights of tea. What is your favourite tea to set you up for the day first thing in the morning? English Breakfa...
by Steenbergs on May 12, 2016

Tea Time Treats Linky Party ~ May 2016

Tea Time Treats is a monthly linky party hosted alternately by myself & Karen and is a fantastic way for bloggers to share their best recipes and get more traffic, comments and all-round bloggy love. This month it’s my turn to host, so keep r...
by Hedgecombers on May 2, 2016

Rose Lemonade Scones

I went to a film preview a couple of weeks ago in Soho. It’s a British film called The Golden Years (Banks, Bowls and Bingo). I imagine you get what it’s about from the name but here’s a quick summary of it. Read on to get my rose l...
by how to cook good fpod on Apr 28, 2016

Raw Banana Chips Recipe | Vazhakkai Chips Recipe

Chips are favorite not only for kids but also for grown-ups. We all love to eat some crispy chips. Chips with hot tea / coffee is a perfect evening snack. We can make chips using potato, sweet potato, raw banana and many more veggies. This Raw Banana...

Afternoon Tea Time

Food is a wonderful blessing to be enjoyed with family. Whether it is a lunch out in Paris with friends or a grand wedding catering in the Philippines, it is an undisputed fact that people enjoy eating. Sometimes, people enjoy food so much that they...
by Manila Reviews on Apr 25, 2016

Tea Time Treats Round Up ~ March 2016

Tea Time Treats is a collection of some of the best and tastiest recipes to be found on food blogs around the internet. For March we were inspired by all things Springtime & Eastery and this page should probably come with a government health war...
by Hedgecombers on Apr 1, 2016

Easter Caramel Meringue Nests

Easter has come early this year and work has been busy, which means that I haven’t had a huge amount of time to prepare for it, cook anything special or bake a couple of batches of hot cross buns. Luckily enough, the theme for my baking class l...
by how to cook good fpod on Mar 24, 2016

Happy Spring!

Finally it's Spring!I am offering some lovely Mother's Day Keepsake pillows a bit early since I will be on vacation in Hawaii the entire month of April!Last day to ship is March 31st. The shop will still be open while I am gone and of course you can...
by Marionberry Cottage on Mar 22, 2016

Tea with Jane Austen

Today I have a treat for you!  I had the pleasure of reviewing the new book Tea with Jane Austen by Pen Vogler; food photographer Stephen Conroy.  This book, though little in size, packs a lot of baking for delicious tea time treats.  ...
by The Charm of Home on Mar 15, 2016

Eggless Cumin Cookies Recipe, How to make Jeera Biscuit Recipe

Eggless Cumin Cookies Recipe with step by step photos - How many of you like the Indian style bakery biscuits like nankhatai ?? Cumin cookies are typically Indian style biscuits which are heavily flavored with rich aroma of cumin. Little sweet and li...
by Homemade Recipes on Mar 7, 2016

Eggless Cumin Cookies Recipe, How to make Jeera Biscuit Recipe

Eggless Cumin Cookies Recipe with step by step photos - How many of you like the Indian style bakery biscuits like nankhatai ?? Cumin cookies are typically Indian style biscuits which are heavily flavored with rich aroma of cumin. Little sweet and li...
by Homemade Recipes on Mar 7, 2016

Hello Fresh, Goodbye Diet?

Once again, I am on a diet. This may sound familiar since I pretty much go on a diet a couple of times every year. I’ll get to a point where I decide that I’ve gotten too heavy or started to look a bit doughy, and … Continue r...
by The Cutter Rambles on Mar 3, 2016

Milk Barfi

Homemade Milk BarfiWhen it comes to Pakistani sweets, I think barfi and gulab jamun are the most popular ones. I have been making gulab jamuns for quite a while now with great success. However with barfi I had my usual ups and downs sometimes it woul...
by Diary of a Homemaker on Feb 25, 2016

Nankhatai Recipe, How to make Nankhatai Recipe | Eggless Indian Shortbread Cookies

Nankhatai Recipe with step by step photos – Nankhatai is a popular sweet cookie recipe which is equally liked by all generation. This recipe is one among the several to try baking list for long time. So I tried and tested at my home..everyone loved...
by Homemade Recipes on Feb 22, 2016

Brambly Hedge China

Today I am sharing my Brambly Hedge china.  I have never shared it all in one post, so it's long. Brambly Hedge is a series of children's books by Jill Barklem.  The stories recount the adventures of a community of mice that live together i...
by The Charm of Home on Feb 22, 2016

Time for Tea with Henrietta Inman

Time for Tea – our regular chat with a fellow foodie. This month we’re delighted to chat to Henrietta Inman, who celebrates the publishing of her fabulous new cookbook Clean Cakes on Thursday 18th February. For some of her delicious recip...
by Steenbergs on Feb 18, 2016

Feeling Like Madeline

I had a lot of fun playing with colors today with my outfit choice. I had a little inspiration of course and my inspiration was Madeline. “In an old house in Paris that was covered with vines, lived twelve little girls in two straight lines The...
by This Librarian's Life on Jan 7, 2016

Rhubarb, Ginger and Orange Jam

As the new year approached, I decided that one of my resolutions would be to make more jam. Last year was the first time I made a proper attempt at The post Rhubarb, Ginger and Orange Jam appeared first on From Plate to Pen.
by From Plate to Pen on Jan 4, 2016


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