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Berry cheesecake crumble bars

Posted by Adeline Vining on

With this season's blackberries turning ripe right now, it's a great time to get making something delicious. We all love an apple and blackberry crumble, but If you fancy making something different then this is a great recipe to try.You can cut it up into small portions, wrap it baking parchment, and hand some out to friends when you turn up at their house for socially distant barbecues. So here it is, a delicious, gooey, crunchy, sweet and sharp oat crumble bar. Let me know how you get on with it. Adeline x  380g plain flour200g dark brown sugartsp baking...

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Kaffir Lime Baked Rice

Posted by Adeline Vining on

This is such an easy way to pimp up your rice side dish. Don't be put off by the need to buy kaffir lime leaves - they're readily available in supermarkets, either dried or fresh. The fresh leaves can be kept in the freezer if you wrap them in aluminium foil. If you can find some, glutinous rice is best for this, but at the time of writing, we're still in covid-19 lockdown, and we couldn't find any, so we made it with thai rice, and it was still delicious - basmati or long grain rice will also work. 1...

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Thai Green Curry

Posted by Adeline Vining on

Oh how we love Thai food. When we were still in the planning stage for the cafe, we'd hoped to be able to offer supper clubs, and we knew we'd want at least one Thai evening. We soon realised that running supper clubs ourselves was never going to work - not with two young children. So these supper clubs never did happen. But this is one of the recipes we love to cook at home all the time - you can use less green chillies if you prefer it milder.  This curry doesn't have a thick sauce, rather it's best...

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