Winter

Slow Cooked Brisket with Onions

Joints of meat – lamb, pork, beef or otherwise – aren’t something we indulge in too often. Usually, they’re more expensive – less frugal – than cuts like skirt, ox cheek, scrag end and offal. Brisket is a little different,…

Hazelnut and Parsnip Nut Roast

For most, turkey has become the centrepiece of the Christmas table. Adorned with all the trimmings it can be quite a fetching bird, but it does have its drawbacks. Firstly, turkey simply isn’t quite as good as chicken; and, secondly…

Marzipan and Cherry Cupcakes

Almond and cherry have long been regarded as something of a match made in heaven. A triumphant flavour combination, these two ingredients work wonderfully together in all manner of foods, from tart to cake. As a result, at a time…

Marzipan Mince Pies

Mince Pies are, as well you know, a staple of Christmas here in Britain. A stalwart member of the festive lineup, these small, fruit-filled pies tend to come in one of two forms; completely covered in pastry, or adorned with…

Stollen (Weihnachtsstollen)

Stollen (also known as Weihnachtsstollen or Christstollen at Christmas) is a traditional German fruit loaf. It’s difficult to pinpoint exactly when Stollen was first made, but over the centuries it has developed from a very basic pastry – probably eaten…

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