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My 2016 Gluten free Christmas cake inspired by Grandma

This years Christmas cake is now resting and being feed every two weeks with some brandy to keep it moist.

This years Christmas cake is now resting and being feed every two weeks with brandy to keep it moist.

One of the many things that we love about Christmas is being to eat lots of lovely rich and seasonal food. From the end of October, our cupboards start to fill up with many of the treats that we will indulge in over the festive period. Some of those treats will be traditional ones such as homemade puddings and cakes. Read the rest of this entry

Gluten free baking highlights

One of the best things about baking is admiring the end product. These are just some of my gluten free baking highlights.

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Gluten free Christmas Cake inspired by Grandma

My finished gluten free Christmas cake that was inspired by my Grandmothers recipe

My finished gluten free Christmas cake that was inspired by my Grandmothers recipe.

Across the world there are several traditions that we like to keep at Christmas time. In the UK many household will spend at least two months making and feeding Christmas cake with brandy or a liquor of their choice. Read the rest of this entry

Gluten free Christmas cake inspired by Grandma

Inspired by my Grandma - this is my gluten free Christmas cake... The colour and weight of it looks good and being stored in a cool and dark place should keep it fresh for Christmas Day.

Inspired by my Grandma – this is my gluten free Christmas cake… The colour and weight of it looks good and being stored in a cool and dark place should keep it fresh for Christmas Day.

One of the many things that we love about Christmas is being to eat lots of lovely rich and seasonal food. From the end of October, our cupboards start to fill up with many of the treats that we will indulge in over the festive period. Some of those treats will be traditional ones such as homemade puddings and cakes. Read the rest of this entry

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