Vegan Elderflower Buttermilk Scones

Vegan Elderflower Buttermilk Scones

This light and fluffy scone were inspired by belvoirfruitfarm.co.uk. It was caught my eyes when I saw it. I knew this is the one I’m looking for a long time ago.

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Vegan Bakewell Tart ~ Gluten-Free

Vegan Bakewell Tart ~ gf

It was a very calming weather in the past few days with the temperature of 23°C to 25°C after two days of rain. Everything looks fresh and cool. It is the English weather that we missed. Not the firing hot 32°C, I know I shouldn’t say it. But, it is a bit too much for me. And now, I felt my energy was back.

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Multi-Grains Loaf with Wild Yeast

Multi-Grains Loaf with Wild Yeast

If you ask me how’s my feeling? Honestly, I am so nervous and excited! If you have been with my last post, you can catch what I mean. Yes, today is my big day to see the moment of truth. Today is the day I’ll test my activated and bubbly wild yeast to my bread.

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Homemade Wild-Yeast

Homemade Wild-Yeast

Most of the People talking about ‘World Cup Football’ in this two weeks. Even the  Wimbledon Tennis tournament was inferior when the football was on.

Because of this heatwave,, I like to do something different from those hot subject, that’s is homemade wild yeast.  Maybe it wasn’t an easy task, But I like to have a new batch again.

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Cool Down by Refreshing Homemade Elderflower Cordial

Cool Down by Refreshing Homemade Elderflower Cordial

Hi everyone! What’s the temperature in your country?

We are soaking in a heat wave in England by the temperature jumped up to 29°C to 31°C in these few weeks. Still can’t see the sign to lower from the weather forecast. We can’t complain about it cause we had been through a long cold, damp and icy winter. The globe weather was going to extremely cold or sweating hot.

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Vegan Carrot Rolls

Vegan Carrot Rolls

Turnips, Daffodils, Roses, Primroses, Bluebells, Muscari, my favourite one is violets and Narcissus.  Spring is here now! We love to see more sunshine after the long dark, wet, cold weather in Winter.

Carrot cake, I had made countless time so far. But I just recognize that I haven’t made carrot rolls or bread before!!! A bit strange?

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Vegan Spanish Smoked Chorizo Sausage 西班牙辣辣腸

Vegan Spanish Smoked Chorizo Sausage 西班牙辣辣腸

I felt overjoyed after I have made this sausage successful. I have to share this recipe with you guys, it is a fantastic, full of flavour and surprise for me.

The original recipe has owned by Melina. She is a food photographer, I got inspired by her IG post: @aboutthatfood

Beautiful pictures she took, lots of yummy recipes there. Browse around, you may find something you like.

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Vegan Lemon & Poppy Seed Bundt Cake

Vegan Lemon & Poppy Seed Bundt Cake

Today is the Easter Bank Holiday Monday, nearly the end of the Easter holiday! Have you got a wonderful time?

In the old days, I liked to make some event for my kids when they’re little so they can play in the garden with an Easter eggs hunting. Or busy in the kitchen with all the paints and paintbrushes everywhere to paint their own signature Easter egg. If the weather is sunny and dry, we can have a picnic somewhere. Those precious memories still fresh in mine. Wish my children remember it!

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Happy Easter ~ Vegan Hot Cross Buns

Happy Easter ~ Vegan Hot Cross Buns

This is my another success experience to make the vegan hot cross buns, they’re so fluffy and moist. They’re quite similar to my last attempt.

Maybe I’ll make another surprise later if my busy schedule can slip out some precious time for me. Wish I can make it happen. 🙂

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For St. Patrick’s Day~Matcha Crumble Top Mousse Cup

For St. Patrick’s Day~ Matcha Crumble Top Mousse Cup

Today is the St. Patrick’s Day! It is an annual festival from Ireland, lots of places have a celebration. Party and parade celebrate in London is no exception. This year it takes place in Trafalgar Square from 16 – 18 March. They line the streets from Piccadilly to Trafalgar Square and cheers on a stream of leprechaun floats, traditional musicians and squads of Irish dancers. The main stage at Trafalgar Square will be surrounded by a street food market and a ‘tea tent’, with a line-up of Irish bands. Basically, it’s a big, rip-roaring one-day festival, only the pints are a shade of Gaelic green.

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