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Delicious, gooey, lightly spiced, yeast-raised spirals - apparently the most popular baking recipe during lockdown 2! Our version, tested by students, is a simple bread dough swirled with cinnamon and a little sugar, additional cream cheese icing is optional. Let us know if you make them, we'd love to see! Happy baking!
Did you know that less than 1/5 children are currently eating their recommended 5 A DAY and child obesity is rising every year? Junior Cooks Club was developed through Cook School and World Cancer Reserach Fund's shared belief that good food and nutrition play a vital role in enhancing the life-chances of children.
Join us for a home cook-along! This year the fantastic Abergavenny Food Festival is virtual and it's going to be a lot of fun! We're proud to be part of an incredible line up including Kate Humble, Anna Jones, Elly Pear, Sheila Dillon, Sabrina Ghayour and Cyrus Todiwala.
You only need a few tortilla wraps and a couple of tins of beans to make these delicious samosas. You can also get creative and make up your own filling combinations – we’d love to see your ideas!
We all love to eat strawberry jam with scones, but have you ever tried adding fresh strawberries to the scone dough? This recipe will take your scones to the next level!
These curried courgette pancakes are inspired by a popular street food and now you can cook them at home! And what makes them even better is that they are so easy to make. You're going to love them!