I love Hunter’s Chicken. My BBQ sauce is pretty amazing (I have it on the best authority, obviously!) and while I did give a guideline above I can’t say any of my sauces are ever the same. We prefer ours on the hotter side of BBQ, as opposed to the sweeter side – so you may want to add an…

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Excuse the pun, but with Easter everywhere I look offline it really only seems fair to bring it online and share some of the best Easter-themed bakes I’ve found around the internet this year. Now, it isn’t all about the Cadbury’s Crème Egg – although they do feature – because I absolutely loathe the bloody things.  Crème Egg Stuffed Chocolate…

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Most of you know I’ve been suffering with a cold the past week so I knew that my Slow Cooker Comforts post had to reflect that. Ingredients: 1 cauliflower, chopped into florets 4 parsnips, peeled and chopped 2 small onions, peeled and chopped 100g yellow split peas 2 teaspoons of wholegrain mustard 1 teaspoon of chopped garlic (I use the Very…

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One of my favourite things in the world, is my Morphy Richards Slow Cooker. It really is the one thing I can’t live without when it comes to my kitchen. I did have a ceramic version of this, but the ceramic actually cracked then shattered so I swear by the stainless steel version – although some people prefer ceramic I…

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Hello! Its Christmas very soon, and I’m here to share something I discovered last year and just can’t let go of now the festive season is here again. Some gluten free, dairy free festive treats! These are so incredibly easy and moreish, I can’t help but share them. I found these are perfect for that post-season mincemeat overload in the…

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During the festive period, I’ve indulged in making a lot of party foods. One of my favourites is this beautiful Leek and Bacon Quiche of which I made both a gluten containing, and a gluten free version. I didn’t make my own pastry this time (I was too busy with work and preparing for Christmas) but I’ll share my recipe with…

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