Monthly Archives: September 2011

Mini Bakewell Tarts

I would have made bakewell tart regularly when baking with my Mum on Saturdays. And it has always been one of my Dad’s favourite treats.  I came across the recipe one day last year while going through some of Mum’s … Continue reading

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In Rude Health

On Sunday I attended the Rude Health exhibition in the RDS. On entering I felt like a child in a sweet shop and the urge to run around and sample everything on offer was too great however, I did my … Continue reading

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Griddle Bread & Kerry Hols!

As children we spent many summer holidays in a place called Barrow about eight miles outside Tralee in Co. Kerry. My recollection of these holidays is always of lots of sunshine, my Dad says I have selective memory because it … Continue reading

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Marie’s Scones

There’s nothing like hot, freshly baked scones! I like when they are crumbly, slightly crunchy on the outside and fluffy on the inside with the butter melting down into the scone. Delicious! And so comforting on a cold windy day … Continue reading

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