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  • How to Make Perfect Edible Christmas Gifts

    How to Make Perfect Edible Christmas Gifts

    Cookies, nougat, truffles and more: bake and wrap for brilliant, personalised presentsMy grandma Ptak, who lived in the heart of Illinois, would make no less than a dozen varieties of cookies every Christmas for giving out as gifts. Chocolate crinkles, plantation creams, peanut butter balls, Toll H...

  • Ruby's Vegan Raspberry Cookies and Chocolate Cake Recipes

    Ruby's Vegan Raspberry Cookies and Chocolate Cake Recipes

    Vegans can tuck into these teatime treats with abandon - and non-vegans can eat their wordsWhether you're vegan or not, these soft, jam-filled biscuits and moist, tender chocolate cake will put paid to the myth that vegan food is joyless. And if you're concerned that I've duplicitously slipped heal...

  • A Sticky Situation: Two Golden Syrup Recipes

    A Sticky Situation: Two Golden Syrup Recipes

    Prepare your sweet tooth for a double hit of golden syrup goodness in the form of chewy, chocolatey cookies and a comforting loaf cake to fortify you against the autumn breeze.When I think of baking, I think of the famous tin of golden syrup: deep emerald green, resiliently old-fashioned and half-w...

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  • Nankhatai - The Dying Indian 'Biskoot'

    Nankhatai - The Dying Indian 'Biskoot'

    The soft crumbly nankhatai brings back many a fond memory. The word 'Nankhatai' comes from the Persian word 'Nan' meaning bread and 'Khatai' probably comes from 'Catai' or 'Cathay', the older name for China. Thus, translating as 'Bread of Cathay'. Another version from Northeast Iran or Afghanistan i...

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  • Nigel Slater's Summer Recipes for Cookies & Cream

    Nigel Slater's Summer Recipes for Cookies & Cream

    Silky soft puddings with a bit of bite, from peach and cherry ice-cream cake to coconut macaroons and mascarpone cream.The idea of something soft with something crisp is timeless, from cream-filled brandy snaps to tubs of cookies'n'cream ice-cream. It is why those crisp, pale langues de chat biscui...

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  • Mother's Day: 5 best desserts to bake for Mom

    Mother's Day: 5 best desserts to bake for Mom

    Few things are as divine as the aroma of a cake baking in the oven. As children, we have stood tip toed in the kitchen watching our mothers take aromatic treats out of the oven. With eyes wide gaping at her skillful hands and the serene satisfaction on her face, we all have hoped to master the caref...

  • Almonds: the baker's unsung hero | Ruby bakes

    Almonds: the baker's unsung hero | Ruby bakes

    Almonds provide a firm foundation for many great bakes. It's easy to build upon their delicate yet dependable taste with flavours such as olive or rhubarbLined up alongside green, paper-skinned pistachios or buttery pecans, almonds - anaemic, lozenge-shaped, creamily bland - can seem rather dull. B...

  • Oatmeal Sandwich Cookies: If You Give a Cookie Some Stuffing

    Oatmeal Sandwich Cookies: If You Give a Cookie Some Stuffing

    Forget all the bad, soggy oatmeal cookies you've ever had. Picture instead a moist-centered, butterscotch-imbued, crisp-edged cookie flecked with nubby oats. Add to this the fragrant nuttiness of toasted coconut. Then subtract any chewy raisins that may have accidentally wandered into the picture, a...

  • How to cook the perfect digestive biscuit

    How to cook the perfect digestive biscuit

    It's the good, old British staple - and it's always there for you, come rain or shine. Just don't expect it to actually do anything for your digestion ... OK, the digestive biscuit isn't going to win any prizes for excitement - it lacks the exotic glamour of the garibaldi, the aristocratic connecti...

  • Ham and biscuits mean happy guests

    Ham and biscuits mean happy guests

    Are you ever still famished when you get home from a holiday party?Here's an idea for when it's your turn to host: Set out a pile of little sandwiches. They are simple, tasty and substantial. When I was growing up, it was mini rye bread rounds or tiny bagels with chopped liver or creamed herring or ...

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