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Puffed Raspberry Turnovers

A fruity Raspberry filling enveloped within layers upon layers of light Puff pastry . Pairing perfectly with a dollop of Crème Fraiche or a touch of custard gives the pastry a comforting touch. A real great one to do with kids!

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Walnut Fudge Cake

Yet another classic cake recipe that  finds the perfect balance between sweet  fudge, and a fresh nut tone.  The  super light moist sponge binds these flavors together perfectly, making a cake that  just sits perfectly with a cup of tea. Incorporating the walnuts within the sponge gives it a delightful texture and flavour, along with a comforting uniqueness that is incomparable .  All the ingredients used are super simple and pretty cheap too :), a definite treat to knock up after a hard days work

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Crêpes Suzette

A traditional French recipe that has had a place in my heart for as long as I can remember, bringing memories of my dear Grandad and his delightful desserts. I have been lucky enough to get this recipe from the head chef on the Queen Mary 2 cruise ship (courtesy of a treasured newspaper article). The bouncy texture of the crepes steeped in a sticky sweet orange sauce with  hints of the dark vanilla and cocoa tones from the Grand Mariner is just undefinable.  Definitely one of my favourite desserts of all time.

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Aubergine and Tomato Pasta with Feta

Summer is here and so are its veggies, the sweet taste of the cherry tomato sauce with chunks of aubergine goes perfectly with the soft sharp taste that feta brings. Really putting you in the summer feel with every bite, tasting even better outside with the cool summer breeze.

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Victoria Sponge cake

A beautifully soft and fruity traditional cake that really strikes the taste of Britain into your sweet tooth. Only needing few ingredients and basic techniques makes it a dessert that you can,t really get wrong, perfect for a budding baker.

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