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Sourdough waffles

Sourdough waffles

I will continue with the quick breakfast theme. Waffles for me is another idea of a quick, no fuss breakfast best suited for busy mornings. This is because I cook my waffles in advance and freeze them. Then I all have to do in the morning in is simply put them in the toaster straights from the freezer. This make them deliciously warm, crispy on the outside and fluffy in the middle. Just add handful of berries and a drizzle…

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Overnight porridge (no cooking)

Overnight porridge (no cooking)

I am back! It has been a long break dictated by numerous personal commitments but finally I found some time to publish a new recipe. Winter is nearly upon us. I don’t know how about you but I hate getting up early in the morning when it is cold and still dark outside. On days when I have to go to work I prefer to stay in bed as long as possible. This means I need breakfast that is quick…

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Buchty

Buchty

It is good to have some nice, sweet baked things at Easter and now it is perfect timeto practice. Fortunately my wife’s birthday is mid March and for me it is perfect excuse to practice baking nice things. This year my better half requested Buchty. I used to bake them more often in the past and this time she wanted to have them again. I like to think about Buchty as eastern European answer to brioche. I know, the purists…

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French toast (aka eggy bread)

French toast (aka eggy bread)

If you follow me on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter you will know that I love baking bread. As a family we pretty much don’t buy commercial baked goods. Putting it simply once you tasted your own baked bread you would not want to go back to the shop bought imitation. So imagine my surprise when couple of weeks ago I found a loaf of sliced, mass produced, supermarket bought white bread. My wife explained that we were expecting her grandmother…

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Let’s get jamming – rhubarb and strawberries plus blackcurrant and chia seeds

Let’s get jamming – rhubarb and strawberries plus blackcurrant and chia seeds

During summer months the fruits at their best. So it is an ideal time to make some preserves. Few weeks ago I came across a recipe for blueberry and chia seeds jam on one of the blogs I follow – framedcooks. With her innovative method of using chia seeds, author of the blog Kate inspired me to do some jamming. My parents in law grow own fruits in their garden and supplied me with their fresh produce. This was a…

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