Browsing All posts tagged under »pie«

Apple Turnovers

December 17, 2014

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It’s been a while, so I thought I’d break us in gently with a nice, simple turnover. We’ve been through a lot you and I. We’ve made good things and bad things, sown stuff and grown stuff, been places and filled our faces. I feel sad that I’ve not been sharing, but there are times […]

Bacon and Egg Pie

April 6, 2014

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It's important to have all breakfast themed pie options covered at all times.

Exceedingly Good Apple Pies

March 29, 2014

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My version of a Mr Kipling's Apple Pie.

Caramel Apple Tarts

March 11, 2013

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These were destined to be apple and ginger, but they became caramel apple tarts and I can't see anyone complaining.

Brendan’s Normandy Apple Tart

October 29, 2012

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I spent Friday at the Seasoned Cookery School on a 'Brilliant Bakes' course hosted by Brendan, finalist in 2012's Great British Bake Off. The day started off very well with a slab of Brendan's homemade granola slice and a cup of tea.

Make it Flaky

May 8, 2012

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I am not sharing this because it’s healthy. I am not sharing this because it’s pretty. It’s not even a clever or complicated dish. In fact…you could say that it’s just a big sausage roll. Point taken. I wanted to show you a quick flaky pastry recipe that I think is easier to make than […]

Apple Pie

September 28, 2011

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My Grandma’s apple pie was always my favourite. The crust was almost like shortbread. Soft, but not soggy. The pastry was sprinkled with sugar, yet not too sweet. In the last 20 odd years I have tried to find something to compare, but the pastry has always been too heavy, the apples too hard or […]

Making Whoopie

September 30, 2010

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So far I have managed to resist the urge to make Whoopie Pies. Partly, because they are a bit fashionable but also because a lot of the recipes didn’t make sense to me. Then I saw Mowie’s recipe for red velvet Whoopies with orange buttercream. Here are the factors that led to me making them: I’ve […]