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
Croque Monsieur first appeared on Parisian café menus in 1910 and was mentioned by Proust in his novel À La Recherche du Temps Perdu. Béchamel sauce is the classic topping but it tastes just as good without it (as above). A Croque Madame simply involves the addition of a fried egg topping. Preparation: 10 minutes […]
In Britain we’re fortunate enough to be surrounded by a rich architectural history going back centuries. But due to lack of funds, parts of this heritage is at risk of disappearing altogether In an attempt to prevent this loss, each year The Victorian Society draws attention to the issue by releasing a list of the ten […]
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This restored former inn is situated on the edge of the pretty hamlet of Balnaguard, seven and half miles from Pitlochry. Dating back to 1830, stone-built Balnavert House is Grade B-listed by Historic Scotland and has an attached, separately owned cottage. Walk in through the front door and into the spacious entrance hall, which leads […]
Chestnut flour has less gluten so needs to be mixed with high-gluten flours. It makes a dense, deliciously chewy chestnut loaf that's good with cheese or smoked fish. You can buy chestnut flour from Shipton Mill. Preparation: 25 minutes, plus rising Cooking: 50 minutes Makes 1 medium loaf Ingredients 15g fresh or 2 tsp dried […]