This page is going to be my roundup of all my yoghurt recipes to make it easy to find the recipe you are looking for! I’m still adding the recipes, so please come back again soon.
If you strain your homemade natural yoghurt to make it into thicker ‘Greek’-style yoghurt, you will find yourself with leftover whey. This whey, which has a lot of the same properties as milk, and also contains the live yoghurt cultures, is not a waste product but a valuable resource in cooking. It will keep inRead more ⟶
My simple suet pudding recipe has been very popular, so I wanted to share some more steamed pudding recipes that I often use. Puddings steamed in the slow cooker fit so well into our busy family schedule, and since this is really 12 recipes in one, it’s one I return to again and again.
The weather has been warming up in the UK, but there’s still enough of a chill some evenings that I need to make something filling to warm up little tummies, especially after swimming lessons or a hike with the scouts. This simple suet pudding recipe is a real winner in our family. I often turnRead more ⟶
“What are those?” asked E. We’re walking through the local market on our weekly trip to the library, and passing a fruit and veg stall. “Um… It says they are pomelos.” “What’s a pomelo?” I had definitely seen that coming. I briefly toy with the “it’s one of those” answer and continuing on our way.Read more ⟶
I’ve been really struck this year by how a lot of people seem to be over and done with Christmas immediately after Boxing Day. Well, at Conker Corner, I try to keep the full twelve days of Christmas special – enjoying the beautiful tree, lots of telly, special food treats we don’t get the restRead more ⟶
We made our Twelfth Cake today! I try to ensure we have a full twelve days of Christmas, and like to make Epiphany special, which also off-sets the taking down of the decorations. Part of that is that we have our Christmas cake on Twelfth Night, and one of us gets to be royal for theRead more ⟶