Who doesn't know how to make Pineapple upside down cake ? Its one of those recipes that i and millions of other school kids learned at home economics. The basic principle is fruit set in a syrupy toffee on the base with the fruit flavours infusing throughou...
Chocolate Mud cake is undoubtedly in the top 10 favourite chocolate indulgences for me, yep definately! This is a very rich chocolate cake made in the true Mississippi style just like their music. If you never bake anything else you must try this at least o...
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I hail from Aberdeen but now live in Edinburgh; I have lived and worked in a few cities and countries. My main working background has been in the catering
industry where I served my time as a baker and worked the North Sea. I
travelled in Europe and the US working on Cable ships and oil rigs.
I blog part time and work full time in the services industry. I love to bake and have a keen interest in technology. I am not a prolific poster and I probably + and comment more, if I find you interesting then I will follow... hey ho!
I am still waiting for the ideal social network platform to come along, perhaps Google might have it worked out soon.
Some of my favourite Bakes (ongoing)
Lemon Fruit Buns
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- CateringService Industry, 2 - presentNight cook baker
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Stenness Picture -- Monument Photo -- National Geographic Photo of the Day
The Stones of Stenness stand in a field on Scotland's Orkney Islands in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from Jim Richardson.
WOM Tip #582: Listen for opportunities to make someone’s day — even smal...
WOM Tip #582: Listen for opportunities to make someone’s day — even small ones
Vickys Scottish Cranachan with Dairy-Free Alternative
Get this delicious recipe now! 4.33 stars, 3 reviews. Last recipie review: "You can make a variation by crumbling Scottish shortbread into t