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Daniel Hill
Web Developer, Programmer & Director at Mamu Computing
Web Developer, Programmer & Director at Mamu Computing
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Ha ha ha, you still can't get one +Matthew Baggett, credit card only.
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A great weekend closed with a fantastic set from the Pixies. #FieldDay
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Looks like updated Google+ has brought latitude back. +Matthew Baggett
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A view from our hotel
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This Is a Generic Brand Video: http://youtu.be/2YBtspm8j8M
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So who fancies some Cadbury Creme Egg Brownies?

Lizzie Betchalar's version has been shared over 30,000 times from our Facebook Page but they're based on TV Chef Eric Lanlard's recipe we first shared here last year!

If you have a go share them to the Cadbury Kitchen Community (http://bit.ly/CadburyCommunity) and join in the #CadburyEasterBakeOff !

*Eric's #CremeEggBrownies *
Ingredients:
150gr unsalted butter cut in small cubes, 200gr chopped Cadbury Bournville chocolate, 100ml strong expresso coffe, 250gr golden caster sugar, 1 sachet of vanilla paste, 3 medium eggs, 100gr plain flour, 4 Cadbury Creme Eggs (cut in halves)

Method:
1. Preheat the oven to 180c. Grease and line a brownie tray with butter and baking paper.
2. In a heat proof bowl melt the chocolate and butter over a pan of simmering water - make sure the bowl doesn touch the water.
3. When all melted out of the bain marie stir in the sugar, vanilla and coffee. Beat the eggs with a fork and mix them into the mixture. When smoothe fold in the sieved flour.
4. Turn the mixture into the prepared tin and bake for 15min. Remove from the oven and push in the Creme Egg halves. Put back in the oven for another 10mn until the mixture is set, but still a bit sticky.
5. Leave to cool completely before slicing in squares and then enjoying!
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We're selling our second car as we don't really need it anymore. Great first car! Contact details are on Auto Trader.
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