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There’s something smugly pleasing about turning an inedible lump of food waste that was destined for the bin into a slab of tasty sponge cake. Albeit, only smugly pleasing if I ignore the fact that I allowed some food to go rotten in my fridge in the first place. I gloss [...]Continue Reading →
Do you like baking? Do you also like Christmas? How about Christmas-related baking – do you like that? You do? Then this month’s issue of delicious. is for you.
On page 65, past the features on homemade [...]Continue Reading →
Poor beetroot. It does all it can to make itself loveable. It comes in a variety of pretty pinks and purples, it’s full of all those vitamins and minerals we know we should eat more of, and it’s amenable to being eaten raw, cooked or however you [...]Continue Reading →
I don’t know if you’re aware of this, but some food bloggers are very keen on burgers. Very keen indeed. So when they have a birthday, there is only one possible cake that can be baked for them: a burger cake.
Originally I’d planned on doing a giant burger [...]Continue Reading →
After eating all the Welsh cakes in Cardiff at the Visit Wales lunch, I returned to London with a new griddlecake obsession. How could I not develop a long and loving fascination with something that tastes like a magic mix of pancake, biscuit and fried [...]Continue Reading →
It’s hard to know how best to celebrate the upcoming Royal Wedding. Sharing a Champagne breakfast, wearing a Union Jack waistcoat, getting tangled up in the bunting and plummeting to your death – so many options to choose from. I’ve decided to celebrate it by getting A Wedding confused [...]Continue Reading →
When I began my experiments in banana bread to help Alistair find the perfect recipe for Australian-style banana bread with polenta on top, @curlywurlyfi tweeted me to say she has a recipe that’s all kinds of excellent (or words to that effect) and would I like [...]Continue Reading →
I’ve developed a sudden mania for oranges. This is unusual for me. Normally I view oranges as satsumas’ difficult older brother, best served in a Tetra-Pak with added juicy bits.
But the sudden whiff of mildness in the air, the snowdrops in the park and the daffodils in the florist [...]Continue Reading →
My name is Jassy Davis and I'm a freelance food writer, recipe developer and food stylist. I write for magazines, websites and I'm the co-author of The Contented Calf Cookbook.
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