“With each mouthful there is a definite taste of Shetland sea air, it is like tasting the wonderful cleanliness of the Shetland coastline as it reaches the lungs. Amazing!!” Jane, taste-tester I have to admit it, yes, this is one of my more unusual creations. I feel the need to say I am not in …
This week saw another birthday celebration in Elizabeth’s Kitchen. I wanted to make something a little extra special for my significant other
Following on from my confession in the Rhubarb Ripple Ice Cream with Hazelnut Oat Clusters blog post, my love of all things ice cream and cookie continues to be strong. But who says the cookies have to be cooked? Everyone loves cookie dough, no?
The 21st of June is Shetland Flag Day. Designed in 1969 to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the transfer of Shetland from Norway to Scotland the Shetland Flag was not officially recognised until 2005 by the heraldic authority in Scotland.
In February of this year Vanesther at Bangers & Mash started a new food blogging challenge ‘Recipes for Life’ to help out a charity that operates just down the road from her.
I love fresh bread. I have fond childhood memories of visiting my friend’s house when her mother had her bread-baking days. She’d spend a whole day making the bread for the month and the table and oven would be filled with loaves and trays of rolls, glistening with the melted butter brushed over the top.