All the joys of Christmas
This year’s Fair will bring the pages of the magazine to life at Islington’s BDC from. Come along to meet makers, designers, artisans and growers and discover to delight your loved ones, as well as inspired ideas and decorations to bring that magical Christmas sparkle to your home.
And if, like us, you think thatand are the most important ingredients for creating a , the Fair’s lively programme of talks and demonstrations will prove to be a great source of .
News from CL
A fragrant rum punch heady with the taste of summery ripe peaches. Preparation: 15 minutes Serves 10 Ingredients 750ml peach juice 200ml dark rum juice 2 large limes 1 litre ginger ale To garnish 2 ripe peaches, halved, destoned and sliced few sprigs fresh mint lime slices Method 1. Mix together the peach juice, rum […]
Soft, chewy hazelnut meringue topped with soft fruit makes a delicious dessert for autumn. Preparation 35 minutes Cooking 1 hour 40 minutes Serves 6-8 Ingredients 100g whole blanched hazelnuts 3 medium egg whites 170g golden caster sugar 1 tsp cornflour 1 tsp white wine vinegar ½ tsp vanilla extract 200ml double cream 1 tbsp icing […]
Take to the water this bank holiday weekend for a slower-pace of life aboard a narrow boat on one of our pick of trips to traverse The sound of water against the your hull, the sunlight dappling through the trees as beautiful scenery slides past you, the hands on excitement of passing through a lock […]
500 years ago it was a staple of dining tables around the country but you may well have never heard of it. However this is set to change thanks to a re-introduction scheme underway at Hampton Court Palace Sweet and crunchy with a peppery aftertaste and frequently served to Henry VIII, the Skirret originated in […]
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