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Lemon Meringue Fudge

Many people are under the impression that making fudge is hard, and if you’re doing it from scratch using butter and sugar because you have to keep an eye on the temperature and you have to worry about the fudge crystallising. But, making fudge doesn’t have to be tricky by using condensed milk which takes the hard work out of it and allows you to make amazing fudge with ease!…

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Homemade DONER KEBAB using a ROTISSERIE GRILL

Back in my boozey, pub-going days a Doner Kebab was the way to end a heavy night of drinking. Those days are well behind me now, but a Doner Kebab still remains a guilty pleasure – but it shouldn’t be because the Doner Kebab is actually a wonderful meal when it’s done well. It just has a reputation as a dirty, unhealthy meal due to it’s association with the drunken…

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Homemade Mozzarella

I love cheese. I may love cheese more than Wallace from Wallace and Gromit. Maybe. It’s definitely a close run thing. But as much as I love cheese I’ve never thought of making my own. So I thought I’d rectify this by trying something that didn’t seem too intimidating by making homemade Mozzarella! Homemade Mozzarella doesn’t require too many ingredients, but a couple aren’t that easy to get hold of…

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Ciabatta

Ciabatta is a classic Italian white loaf which has a thin crust and is a light-textured, airy loaf and is wonderfully versatile. It’s brilliant to use for sandwiches, to have with soups, use as a base for garlic bread, as an accompaniment to a main meal, or simply wonderful dipped in olive oil and balsamic vinegar. It’s one of my favourite breads to make, and not as complicated as you…

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