Guest post by Sue North
The official day that we remember the bravery of aircrews who took part in the Battle of Britain is fast approaching – but did you know that there’s a great gluten-free way that you can help to preserve that heritage? And all it involves is buying a pot of jam. Read the rest of this entry
Over the last few weeks I have been experimenting with adding alcohol to cake to see how they flavour them.
The cakes have been a huge hit with my taste testers and they have really enjoyed and liked the flavours. They have been impressed that you can’t taste the alcohol, but it gives it a nice flavour.
Over the last two weeks I have been experimenting with Cointreau and chocolate. Cointreau is an orange flavoured liquor, and the end result should be chocolate orange once baked. These two flavours work really well together, the bitter taste of the chocolate marries well with the sweet/sour flavour of the orange. Read the rest of this entry
After the success of my gin and lemon cake, I started thinking about how I would incorporate other sprites into cake. For me there are two more very obvious spirits that would work well in a cake. One of them being Malibu or a white coconut rum of your choice.
One of my favourite drinks is gin. My Grandmother for as long as I can remember has been a gin drinker. When visiting her in Spain she always had a glass of gin and tonic while preparing dinner, 6 o’clock in her house was gin o’clock.
As a very young child I was fascinated that this drink not only included cubes of ice to keep the drink cool, but it had to be served with a wedge of lemon. Read the rest of this entry
The Lincolnshire Show has celebrated its 130th year on the 18th and 19th June. The show is about celebrating all the great things about Lincolnshire and one of those is food.
Samantha’s Gluten Free Food Spot has won a blogging award.
The Versatile Blogger Award is about recognising the talents of those who bring something special to others lives through blogging.
Samantha’s Gluten Free Food Spot was set up two years ago and has been a great experience and a huge learning curve. One of the many reasons that I set up the blog was to show the world that it is possible to make great tasting gluten free food yourself. Read the rest of this entry
As the weather warms up and people across the UK are preparing for BBQ season I have come up with a tasty way to use qunioa in a burger. Read the rest of this entry
If you had to associate any dish with Spain most people would say that the most well know is Paella. Read the rest of this entry
Like fashion there are trends in the food world too. Apart from there being a huge baking revolution taking place here in the UK, across the world people seem to be incorporating elements of the latest health craze into their diets. Read the rest of this entry