Neil Crosby on July 21st, 2010

Cookies are awesome. They’re simple to make, tasty, you can freeze the dough and you can eat it raw if you want to. I love them all. If I had to choose to only make one type of cookie for the rest of my life though, I would choose these. But why?

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Neil Crosby on February 1st, 2010

Another post, another chance to point to Lay the Table and show off a different recipe than the one Becs used. This time it’s for big fat nommery Chocolate Orange Cupcakes. The cake mix is a fairly standard mix, with a bit of good quality cocoa powder thrown in. On top of that you have […]

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Neil Crosby on January 27th, 2010

Last weekend was Becca’s birthday, and since I’d been promising her I’d make her a birthday cake I ended up scouring the internet for a nommy sounding recipe. Somehow I managed to miss the fabulous sounding recipe that Becs recently posted on [Lay the Table][1], and instead settled on one from the [BBC Good Food […]

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Neil Crosby on January 17th, 2010

I’m a big fan of flapjacks – they’re sweet and oaty and fruity and yummy. Even better, they’re gluten-free, so my coeliac friends can eat them too. Most of the time I make mine with cherries and sultanas, but it’s just as easy to substitute in other ingredients. Takes 10 minutes to prepare, 20 minutes […]

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