This delicious recipe is taken from Great British Bake Off 2014 Finalist, Luis Troyano’s recipe book; ‘Bake it Great’, published by Pavilion. “The Bakewell tart got me into baking. I live fairly close to Bakewell in the Peak District and would frequently take a visit there to stock up on the famous tarts, as well as the lesser-known Bakewell pudding.
Mary's Chocolate Roulade (no flour, Great British Bake Off
When lined up against the wedding ring or the wedding gown, the wedding cake usually takes a backseat. However, this does not mean that the wedding cake is unimportant. In fact, it is one of the focal points of the reception that can surely add dazzle to the event.
Mary Berry shows how to make lemon and raspberry éclairs using choux pastry on The Great British Bake Off 2014 Masterclass 4. Mary decorates her éclairs with lemon icing and drizzled with white and dark chocolate. The ingredients for the choux pastry are: 50g unsalted butter, 150ml water, ½ teaspoon fine salt, 1 tablespoon caster sugar, 65g plain white flour and 2 medium eggs. For the icing: 1 tsp raspberry puree and 1 tsp lemon puree, 400g icing sugar and juice of half a lemon. For the…
Great British Bake Off 2014: recipes from the first ever winner
I don’t have an office. 99% of my meetings are held in cafes & restaurants all over London. Mostly people are adventurous & like trying little independent places, but every now & then you find yourself a Starbucks addict. I don’t mind Starbucks. They have big comfy chairs & free wifi… but the food? Half... Read more