Autumn is the perfect time for baking. Just the thought of going on a long walk in the crisp air with the crunchy leaves, then coming back to a kitchen that smells of homemade bread is just so gorgeous! Now, you might’ve taken one look at the title of this bread recipe and thought ‘what on Earth?’ but bear with us! Squash isn’t your typical bread ingredient, but when baked, it gives these rolls a beautiful orange colour. If you don’ like squash, you can get the same effect if you use cooked carrots. Continue reading “Honey-squash dinner rolls”
Pumpkin tends to hog the limelight a little bit during this time of the year, but that isn’t the case with this delicious chutney. It’s packed full of sweet apple and dates, which contrast beautifully against the warm and spicy ginger. It’s ideal for eating with cheese and crackers, and would go down a storm at our Bring & Buy table! Continue reading “Apple, date and ginger chutney”
Happy October 1st to all of our members and readers! As it’s been officially autumn for well over a week now, we feel like it’s time to bring in a spiced recipe. Pavlovas are a classic dessert and we love the autumnal spin on this one, with the boozy cherries, spicy plums and crunchy meringue. It’s a bit of a time-consuming recipe, but the results are fab and it looks great as a centrepiece.
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