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Lamb, Squash & Apricot Tagine
Preparing a romantic meal? Then our Lamb, Squash and Apricot Tagine is well worth the wait.
Moreish exotic spices and fruity flavours compliment the slow cooked lamb that will just melt in your mouth perfectly.Read More
Ice Cream & Chocolate Heart Cakes
Finish up with a dessert that truly says romance - Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream and Chocolate Heart Cakes.
Homemade tastes amazing but if you use store bought Ice cream and cake mix - we won’t tell if you don’t - just use the good stuff!Read More
Simple night infront of the the box with your favourite film and loved one or all the family?
Then our delicious, sticky and chew Romantic Popcorn balls will be right up your street.Read More
Thick, creamy with a fruity surprise, drizzled in sauce, whipped cream and cherry on the top - need we go on?
It must be the good old fashioned American Diner Milkshake.
Add a good 3 or 4 scoops of ice cream, some tasty flavours, top up with milk and blend all it all up. Serve in a chilled thick glass and adorn with whipped cream and any other nicety that takes your fancy - a true heavenly delight.
For an extra special treat just add 1 - 2 tablespoon of malted milk powder for a real full bodied taste.
Create your own retro haven with bold colours and polka dot patterns.
We have curated a range of products, DIY tips, and inspirational images that will get your retro ideas flowing.
- Floral print or Polka Dot fabrics add a country feel
- Enameled pots and pans become a feature and not something to hide the cupboard
- Proudly display your beaten up tins as this adds to the charm
- Change your kitchen door handles for glass or tarnished silver / gold cup pulls for a 50’s touch
- Distress - worn furniture (through age or by choice) adds to the look
Little rays of sunshine
If it’s good enough for a Queen, then it’s good enough for us!
This tea time treat originally earned it’s name after Queen Victoria who loved to have a slice of the sponge with her afternoon tea. Traditionally put together with Raspberry jam and cream, the Victoria Sandwich recipe is a sure classic.For a different take on this satisfying sponge, try changing the filling to lemon or orange curd for a citrus twist.
This recipe was introduced to the Tips section of our website thanks to the inspirational sponge’s created by Julia Costello (see image - left) - winner of the Swan 4-in-1 Cake Shop.