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How To Make Gluten And Dairy Free Graham Crackers

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If you love eating Graham crackers but are gluten or lactose intolerant, you don’t have to miss out anymore.

How To Make Graham Crackers

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This article is for people in the UK who have eaten Graham crackers and crave for them once in a while.

How to make the perfect Jacket Potato

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When I was a poor student, I was very stupid. I literally had no idea how to cook a jacket potato to a great standard.

How to make Naan Bread

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This recipe is easy to make and requires no yeast. The ingredients make 4 large naan breads (increase or decrease the quantities for more or less servings).

How to make Chicken Balti Madras

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This brilliant recipe is low in fat, easy to make and tastes delicious. The ingredients serve 4 (increase or decrease the quantities for more or less servings).

How to make Spanish gazpacho

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This gazpacho (cold vegetable soup) is authentic and really delicious. It makes approximately a litre of of gazpacho so you may prefer to reduce the quantities. No cooking involved!

How To Make Rice Pudding

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Rice pudding is a lovely dessert to have during the winter months. It’s simple to make your own rice pudding and it will definitely leave you with a nice warm feeling.

How To Poach Pears

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Poached pears are great served as a snack or a dessert. It doesn’t take long to do and it’s a great way to use up surplus pears lying in your fruit bowl.

How To Make Blueberry Muffins

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Blueberry muffins are simple to make and children love them. They are great for any parties you may be planning. These muffins taste better than the ones sold at the shops.

How To Make Blueberry Cheesecake Pots

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This dessert is wonderful for dinner parties and can be done in a few minutes. These blueberry cheesecake pots are served in individual glasses. The glasses can be long or short glasses.

How to Make Egg Fried Rice

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Egg Fried rice is a great dish that is extremely simple to make. It was a staple food of mine throughout university. This guide makes enough for 4 people.

How To Make Blueberry Cheesecake

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Blueberry cheesecake is a popular and tasty dish. If you want something different to offer guests or to have yourself, you can’t go wrong with making a blueberry cheesecake.

How To Make A Gluten Free Blueberry Pie

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If you like blueberry pie but you are gluten intolerant; you can make a gluten free blueberry pie yourself. You can use the gluten and dairy free pastry crust recipe that I wrote for the pie crust.

How To Use Xanthan Gum And Guar Gum

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Xanthan gum and guar gum are both binding and thickening agents. They are both used for gluten free baking recipes.

How To Make Gluten And Dairy Free Pastry Crust

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Being coeliac or lactose intolerant can be frustrating when it comes eating. But it doesn’t mean you have to miss out on food recipes which include pastry crust.

How to Make a Non-Alcoholic Mojito

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If, like me, you love the delicious, refreshing taste of a mojito and wish you could justify drinking it every day, try this easy non-alcoholic recipe.

How To Make A Yummy Mocha

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Mocha is my favourite type of coffee. If you love it too, here’s a quick and easy way to make a mocha whether you’re using a coffee maker or instant coffee from a jar.

How To Make A Cherry Pie

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A cherry pie is always a winner with guests in Winter or at Christmas time. Making a cherry pie is very easy and is even more impressive with a lattice pie top.

How To Use A Lattice Pie Cutter

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Using a lattice pie cutter will save you time when creating a lattice pie top. It will also give your pies a professional look each time.

How To Make A Lattice Pie Top

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A pie with a lattice top can make any pie look pretty. If you’ve never made a lattice pie top before it can seem difficult. But it’s quite easy once you know how.

How to make Purl, the perfect winter cocktail

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Purl is a very traditional cocktail which was served in the winter during the Victorian era.

How To Use Chopsticks

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Using chopsticks is not as tricky as it looks. Once you learn the techniques to using chopsticks you’ll be using them to eat most things. You can get all kind of chopsticks on offer these days.

How To Make Candied Cherries

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Candying cherries is a great way to preserve cherries that are fresh.

How To Pit A Cherry Without A Cherry Pitter

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If using kitchen gadgets is not your thing for pitting cherries, there are many ways to pit cherries manually without a cherry pitter.

How To Use A Cherry Pitter

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A cherry pitter is a useful tool which removes pits from your olives and cherries. It’s ideal when you are baking or preserving and saves all of time.

How to Make Beef Stew in a Crock Pot

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You just can’t beat a bowl of hot stew on a cold winter’s day. This stew is tasty in a pot pie or served with wholemeal dumplings.

How To Make Candied Orange Slices

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You may have a cake recipe that requires an orange flavour to it and you want to decorate it with candied orange slices. But you don’t fancy buying the candied orange slices from the shop.

How To Make Candied Orange Peel

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Candied orange peel is an unusual and unique snack, which taste like jellied orange candies. It’s a great snack to offer to people over the Christmas holiday or any time of the year.

How to stick to your diet at Christmas time

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If you have been on a diet for a while and have successfully shed a few pounds, Christmas can seem like a huge danger zone. How can you enjoy Christmas and still keep to your diet.

How To Zest a Lemon

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Its sour juice is certainly not the only useful product of the lemon. In fact, it is the sharp, aromatic outer skin or zest which is most versatile.

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