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Pecan Pie

I’ll confess and say I’m not a big dessert fan. It’s a shocker, but it’s true! I used to be, but over time as I’ve gotten older my palette has gotten more and more savoury. But, if there’s one dessert that I will always order if I see it on a menu, which is everso rare over here in Blighty, is Pecan Pie. I love Pecan Pie so much, it’s…

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Treacle Tart

If you’ve never had Treacle Tart before… where have you been? It’s a glorious dessert that is a British classic, ultra simple to make and is also Harry Potter’s favourite dessert! (Read the books, it’s in there in black and white) It’s also super simple to make and requires very few ingredients. What else could make old, stale bread taste so amazing!? It’s great on it’s own, but is on…

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Bakewell Tart

The Bakewell Tart, a variant of the Bakewell Pudding hailing from the Derbyshire town of Bakewell (sense a theme here?) is a quintessential British tart that sure does… bake well! Sorry. But it really is a delicious tart which has a beautiful frangipane filling with a layer of sharp jam and a beautiful sweet shortcrust pastry case. I encourage anyone to give this a go at least once!…

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Egg, Bacon & Sausage Breakfast Quiche

I know, I know – Quiche is not something you’d usually associate with breakfast. But why not? It’s primarily composed of eggs, which has been a breakfast staple of hundreds and probably even thousands of years, and it’s so versatile you can add whatever you like into it! My recipes adds in bacon and sausage, but you could add whatever you like if you want to try something different. Smoked…

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Pumpkin Pie

Halloween has become an increasingly bigger deal over here in the UK over the last decade or so, most likely because it’s such a big deal in the USA. For an obviously pagan holiday (sssh, we won’t tell them about Christmas) they absolutely love it with entire shops the size of our supermarkets dedicated to it. And, with that enthusiasm for the holiday coming over here, it only makes sense…

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