I have a young RedLove apple tree in the garden and this was the first season it produced any fruit – all in all, 5 apples! I decided to make a good old-fashioned crumble as I thought the apples’ red-coloured flesh would make the pudding look attractive. I wasn’t disappointed. And the flavour, combined with the oat crumble, was so wonderful that I can’t wait for the next crop! Read more...
Honey is made by bees from the nectar of flowers. However, it’s not suitable for everyone:
These blueberry squares are a wonderful afternoon treat, or even a delicious addition to your lunchbox. The freshness of the blueberries and the lemon zest remind me of happy summer days. Read more...
Artificial sweeteners are synthetic sugar substitutes. They are high-intensity sweeteners, that is, sweeteners that are many times sweeter than ordinary sugar. They do not contribute to tooth decay and they have a negligible number of calories. Examples include aspartame (used, for example, in the brands of NutraSweet and Canderel), saccharin (used, for example, in the brand Sweet’N Low) and sucralose (used, for example, in the brands of Splenda and Canderel Yellow). Read more...