Cooking for one – with less work and less waste

Cooking for one can be a lot of work. Even if you love being in the kitchen, having to cook (and wash up!) every day can really take the fun out of it. And as a lot of foods are sold in family-sized packets, it can be a challenge to get through foods in time,Continue reading “Cooking for one – with less work and less waste”

Recipe: plaited Easter bread

This sweet bread was my favourite part of Easter as a child. It’s a Swiss recipe and is similar to challah, a traditional Jewish bread. In my family we call it tresse, which means plait in French. Not only is it delicious, it’s also a great way to use up old/sour milk – see theContinue reading “Recipe: plaited Easter bread”