Bread

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White Cob

If you are a novice baker you can use this recipe to make a basic loaf in a tin, although the quantities here provide more dough than you would need to make a tin loaf.


Baguettes

This light, airy baguette has a wonderful crisp golden crust.

Hot Cross Buns

Packed with flavour, these are real hot cross buns.

Pancakes

These pancakes are easy to make and perfect for breakfast any day of the week, not just on Pancake Day!

Oatmeal Drop Scones

I love cooking drop scones on a griddle. Try these for breakfast, as a change from porridge.

Soda Bread

Ireland’s most famous bread is made with two of the oldest foods, wheat and buttermilk.

Ciabatta

This straightforward ciabatta recipe is relatively easy and satisfying to make.

Sourdough Starter

It is important to use an organic apple, or this starter may not ferment.

Teacakes

These large, soft, sweet and fruity teacakes are quite different from their shop-bought counterparts.