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How to boil an egg perfectly

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Like the one the chefs made me at work - it had sweet potato olives red onion chorizo salt&pepper cheese

from BBC Good Food

Falafel Scotch eggs

Falafel Scotch eggs. Combine two winning dishes in this picnic-friendly recipe of eggs coated in spiced, herbed chickpeas

from delicious. magazine

Nigella Lawson’s chocolate raspberry pavlova

You can’t beat a pavlova recipe, especially a crisp-chewy meringue base, with nuggets of chocolate. The meringue provides an enticing layer beneath the cream and crimson raspberries.

from BBC Good Food

Eggs Benedict with smoked salmon & chives

Eggs Benedict with smoked salmon & chives. Get your poaching technique honed and serve up this brunch classic- it's easily-doubled to feed a family or crowd

from delicious. magazine

Chunky apple, raisin, walnut and cider cake

Debbie Major's chunky apple cake recipe is full of spiced flavours and surprising textures, perfect for an autumn afternoon.

from Jamie Oliver

Amazing Yorkies

amazing yorkies - same measurements, add eggs to measuring jug and check where it measures to. Add flour & milk to the same line. Add a pinch of salt.Whisk for 2min, put in fridge, don't rewhisk. In oven at 220 for about 10min. Use lard in Yorkshire pudding tins to reach high temperature.

from Hobbycraft Blog

How to Make Easter Egg Cookies

Get ready for Easter by learning how to make some beautifully decorated Easter egg cookies with this handy step-by-step how to by Debbie Thorne.

from BBC Good Food

Millie's Cookies recipe

Millies cookies :D Ingredients list: 125g butter, softened 100g light brown soft sugar 125g caster sugar 1 egg, lightly beaten 1 tsp vanilla extract 225g self-raising flour ½ tsp salt 200g chocolate chips Preheat the oven to 180°C, gas mark 4