Meet our favourite Spice Girl! Cathy from CK Spices telling us all about her business.
If you are looking for a gorgeous gift or just a treat for yourself you cannot go wrong with one of Jane’s handmade traditional fruit cakes. Why did you start making fruit cakes? What did you do before?The story began when I was growing up at home with Mum and Dad, my brother and […]
Let’s hear from Gabi at Italianeese….
What to do with a Butternut Squash?
A Winter herb grown from May to October this herb is used across the world in a variety of dishes. It has a strong flavour and therefore should be used sparingly. It works well with pork (especially sausages) and chicken. In addition to flavour it also has healing properties – its name derives from the […]
Parsnips are not just a Christmas vegetable (like sprouts!) they really are a superfood. They are a good source of insoluble fibre (keeping you regular…) and high in Vitamin C and K. They are a really versatile vegetable, you can add them to potato mash especially for dishes such as Shepherd’s Pie.
Why did you start making cupcakes and decide to create Cupcake Time? What did you do before?Cupcake Time is run by myself (Jennie) and my husband Keith and you often will find at local Farmers Markets & similar food events in and around Sheffield. We saw a gap in the market for home baked cupcakes offering a […]
Cauliflower cheese has traditionally had a really bad press. I think it goes back to the old days of school meals where it was served overcooked so mushy and certainly not cheesy. I think the secret is down the cheese sauce and once you have nailed this you can use it in so many other […]
Why did you start making chutney? What did you do before?I had a cafe (“Hulley’s Cafe”) on Ecclesall Road for 6 years and after selling it I was introduced to Keith and Heather (the couple who started Just Preserves), they supplied a friend’s cafe. They were looking to sell the business and I was looking […]
Producer Spotlight – Adventurous Cake Book