Festive filled brioche centrepiece with baked camembert
Great British Bake Off's Kimberley Wilson has created this stunning celebration bread with individually filled buns and a melting cheese middle – made for sharing
41 Best Gifts For Quilters and Sewers 2020 | Unique Sewer Gifts
Whether shopping for Christmas, a birthday, or just to show your appreciation, we've listed out the best and most unique gift guide sure to impress any quilter or sewer!
Story of a Lady Brooch Sterling Silver, Copper and London Blue Topaz
I love antique jewellery - cameos and lockets. I always wonder about the silhouettes featured in them, so lady like and proper. I wonder what story these lady's could tell if they were still around? Would they tell me that they in fact were not so pristine and proper? Would they regale me with tales of cocktail soirees and glamourous happenings? Or perhaps they would smile a mischievous ladylike smile and keep me guessing? Story of a Lady Brooch is made with sterling silver layered on…
Garlic bread recipe | Jamie Oliver
This garlic bread recipe is a total crowd-pleaser, and as it's served tear 'n' share style, it's perfect for a party. Making your own bread doesn't have to be difficult – this easy bread recipe is great for beginners, and is super-satisfying to master.
Mary Berry Foolproof Cooking: Cheese and garlic tear-and-share scones
These deliciously cheesy scones would be lovely for lunch to accompany soup
Rosemary Focaccia Bread Recipe | Gimme Some Oven
This delicious Rosemary Focaccia Bread recipe is super-easy to make, and topped with fresh rosemary, olive oil and flaky sea salt.
A harvest of flavors and textures: soft, warm pita; crunchy chopped salad
A few months ago, we posted a blog written by a friend of mine, Dani, detailing her daughter's wedding, and the gluten-free cake she baked for it. The couple was married in the bride's hometown here in America; then traveled to Israel for a second ceremony, in the groom's native country. Wouldn't you know it? Out of that ceremony came the inspiration for another blog – this one focusing on one of the memorable foods Dani enjoyed in Israel.