Paul Hollywood is exploring Cape Town’s baking scene

  • Post published:March 8, 2017

From the icy temperatures of Reykjavik to the sunny shores of Cape Town, British baker Paul Hollywood has set off on another journey around the world to learn, taste, explore and bake in some of the most iconic baking cities around the world. And now he will be sharing those travels with us in the second season of Paul Hollywood City Bakes, airing on The Food Network in May this year.

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Read more about the article Pumpkin bread with honey
Pumpkin bread with honey

Pumpkin bread with honey

  • Post published:March 4, 2017

There really is nothing better than a lazy weekend filled with good old fashioned baking. And with that in mind, we bring you a good old fashioned bake. Pumpkin bread is lovely with the slightest sweet taste that pairs perfectly with melting honey. Finish off with a drizzling of honey and you’ll be in heaven.

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Read more about the article Mini jam turnovers
Mini jam turnovers

Mini jam turnovers

  • Post published:January 21, 2017

Thinking of baking biscuits? Get more experimental and fill your cookie dough with yummy strawberry jam for a pop of flavour as you take a bite.

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Read more about the article Zola Nene’s gingerbread trifle with spiced white-chocolate custard
Zola nene's gingerbread trifle with spiced white chocolate custard

Zola Nene’s gingerbread trifle with spiced white-chocolate custard

  • Post published:December 20, 2016

We had Zola Nene, the queen of impressive home cooking, over to MK headquarters for a festive feast we will never forget. And she came bearing the best gift of all – dessert! We all tucked into her amazing gingerbread trifle and can guarantee that it will be a Christmas favourite at our tables this year – and for years to come.

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Andrea’s no-bake vegan brownies with cherry sorbet

  • Post published:December 14, 2016

At our team festive feast this year, our art director, Andrea, made a batch of vegan brownies and cherry sorbet for us to taste. Add this recipe to your repertoire so that your guests can enjoy a lovely dessert no matter their dietary requirements, and we can guarantee that everyone will help themselves to seconds (and thirds). Plus the cherry sorbet adds a striking Christmas red to your festive spread.

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Read more about the article On the Rise: Baking secrets from a (self-proclaimed) domestic goddess
Baking secrets

On the Rise: Baking secrets from a (self-proclaimed) domestic goddess

  • Post published:December 9, 2016

I have always loved to bake and have long been renowned for my sugary prowess in the kitchen. I am that faithful friend who will arduously craft you a birthday cake – or a cheesecake with macadamia-nut brittle and salted caramel sauce – but only if I really, really like you. Baking, like most of life’s worthy endeavours, is perfected over time. Things slowly become easier, simpler and more beautiful after sometimes-spectacular series of trial and error. It’s the holiday season, and I am feeling particularly generous, so, here are a few tricks and tips I have learned from my time at the oven.

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