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Sally Sellwood
Attended Leeds Girls' High School
Lives in Cardigan, Ceredigion
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Cardigan Bay Bakers - Valentine's Breakfast
The Cardigan Bay Bakers met earlier this week. Sometimes we meet as the Cardigan Clandestine Cake Club but strange as it may seem, we decided some time ago that we didn't always want to bake cake within the remit provided by the Clandestine Cake Club, so so...
The Cardigan Bay Bakers met earlier this week. Sometimes we meet as the Cardigan Clandestine Cake Club but strange as it may seem, we decided some time ago that we didn't always want to bake cake within the remit provided by ...
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Cauliflower Couscous
Another new year, another round of self-flagellation in the Recipe Junkie household... And when you're making cauliflower couscous, you know it's got to be bad... The age crisis that I blithely ignored as I turned 40, feeling full of the joys, life beginnin...
Another new year, another round of self-flagellation in the Recipe Junkie household... And when you're making cauliflower couscous, you know it's got to be bad... The age crisis that I blithely ignored as I turned ...
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Printed Chocolates
Let me talk to you about chocolate (never a chore). More specifically,  Printed Chocolates .  Pretty cool - and pretty tasty too.  Good quality Belgian chocolate - milk, dark, white - and great flavours such as salted caramel and a delicious mint filling. I...
Let me talk to you about chocolate (never a chore). More specifically, Printed Chocolates. Pretty cool - and pretty tasty too. Good quality Belgian chocolate - milk, dark, white - and great flavours such as salted c...
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Rainbow Cake
Does the colour of food make or break a dish? I'm quite a fan of colourful food, but only in the sense that its the ingredients that have made the colour - pink from beetroot, green from spinach, rich orange from chorizo and smoked paprika... On the other h...
Does the colour of food make or break a dish? I'm quite a fan of colourful food, but only in the sense that its the ingredients that have made the colour - pink from beetroot, green from spinach, rich orange from chorizo and ...
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Raspberry & Chocolate Blondies
Brownies, blondies, from one bake crush to another.  The other morning, Pink asked me if I was " On energy saving mode, Mummy? " To be fair to her, I had made a comment to the effect that I hadn't yet done something that morning (I forget what - it was undo...
Brownies, blondies, from one bake crush to another.  The other morning, Pink asked me if I was "On energy saving mode, Mummy?" To be fair to her, I had made a comment to the effect that I hadn't yet done something t...
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Welsh Mussels cooked in English Cider
It's a strange thing, living abroad. Before we moved, I never really considered that I was moving to another country - I mean I knew Wales was distinct and had a border - hell, you even have to pay if you cross it at the Severn - but a different COUNTRY? Re...
It's a strange thing, living abroad. Before we moved, I never really considered that I was moving to another country - I mean I knew Wales was distinct and had a border - hell, you even have to pay if you cross it at the Seve...
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A Modern way to Cook by Anna Jones
Always last to jump on a bandwagon (or anything for that matter - I didn't realise I had to do anything with my eyebrows until I was well into my 20s, and dealing with bushy eyebrows is no bandwagon issue), I have only recently come across Anna Jones. Frien...
Always last to jump on a bandwagon (or anything for that matter - I didn't realise I had to do anything with my eyebrows until I was well into my 20s, and dealing with bushy eyebrows is no bandwagon issue), I have only recent...
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Issy's Food Blog
As I've said before, one of the fantastic things about the internet generally and blogging particularly is that it gives a voice to anyone who wants to have one. I don't always agree with all the voices I 'hear', but I can choose those I want to listen to. ...
As I've said before, one of the fantastic things about the internet generally and blogging particularly is that it gives a voice to anyone who wants to have one. I don't always agree with all the voices I 'hear', but I can ch...
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Pollo Alla Cacciatora (or Hunters Chicken - with apologies to the hunter, the chicken, and Nigella Lawson)
Cooking to the clock - not for me. I can rarely put a meal on the table at the time I've estimated to allow everyone else to get on with other things. All these challenges - Masterchef, BakeOff - where you have to produce your finest in a set amount of time...
Cooking to the clock - not for me. I can rarely put a meal on the table at the time I've estimated to allow everyone else to get on with other things. All these challenges - Masterchef, BakeOff - where you have to produce you...
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Something for the weekend? Raspberry & Chocolate Blondies - an easy & delicious bake #baking  
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Trying to regain the equilibrium between nations - Welsh mussels cooked in English cider #rugbyworldcup  
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Biscotti - or what not to bake during a homework crisis...
Failure. It's a big thing at the moment. We have to let our children fail. They fail at the little things, they learn, they become stronger, more resilient and more able to cope with adult life. I wholeheartedly agree with this approach to life. I do believ...
Failure. It's a big thing at the moment. We have to let our children fail. They fail at the little things, they learn, they become stronger, more resilient and more able to cope with adult life. I wholeheartedly agree...
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Freelance blogger, writer and editorial assistant
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writing, blogging, social media
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Currently
Cardigan, Ceredigion
Previously
Basingstoke, UK - London - York - Leeds
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The Recipe Junkie - not necessarily the original, but definitely the best. Oh no! I'm British. Can't say that. OK. Definitely Quite Good.
Introduction
Wife of 1 mother of 2. Owner of a 3 legged springer spaniel and a lush camper van. Likes cake, gin and chocolate.

Writes about it all on Recipe Junkie and the Attack of the Custard Creams
Education
  • Leeds Girls' High School
    1986 - 1990
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Female