My Yorkshire pudding tins have disappeared. I took one of them to church full cupcakes in and it has not been seen since. The other one more mysteriously was last used for cupcakes at home – and it too has disappeared.
So rather that buy new ones I thought I would give Yorkshire puds a go in the silicon trays I have had for a long time but only used for muffins.
They turned out looking good but had soggy bottoms.
The girls made banoffi trifles and even did a dairy free version for Jonathan – chocolate brownies (Ruth’s excellent home-made ones, dairy free toffee sauce bananas, whipped cream (or vegan cream) and for some a little Baileys (well Lidl’s cheap version), they were extremely yummy.
Ruth wanted a Mars bar cheese cake for her birthday cake this year.
And she got a cupcake stand for her birthday which she immediately filled with very yummy cakes – the chocolate ones have a vegan ganache on them.
This is the first really really successful loaf of bread I have made I used Paul Hollywood’s method and it was very very yummy.
This was the first year that we had lots of left over green tomatoes – I made 4 jars of green tomato chutney but still had some left over. So I used the method that my dad used to do to ripen them. I wrapped them up in newspaper and left them in the dark for a while. I looked at them every week or so much to my surprise a few more had ripened.