Pear and Banana Loaf
About a week ago I posed the question of what to do with a bunch of pears. Last night I looked around the kitchen and saw that I still had those pears and also some really ripe bananas. I decided t…
SAVEUR test kitchen director Farideh Sadeghin grew up making this fruit-filled recipe with her mother, Teresa. Just about any seasonal fruit works; try peaches, blackberries, or mangoes.
Karen Burns-Booth - Meet Our Bloggers - Great British Chefs
Why not plan a Scottish high tea for your next afternoon tea? Karen explains what goes into it and shares a recipe for a beautifully moist Scottish fruit and marmalade cake.
Apricot Fruitcake - creating a new Christmas tradition.
This moist, spice-less fruitcake is one of our family favorites. It is not nearly as heavily flavored as dark fruitcake. Since no spices or molasses are used this cake relies purely on the flavor of the dried fruits.
This Peach Bread is full of juicy peaches and salty roasted pecans!
This moist and flavorful quick bread is full of ripe, juicy peaches and salty roasted pecans. It's a wonderful way to enjoy summer's best peaches!
The Barnbrack, the tradiional fruit cake of Samhain in Ireland. Also contained four items of significance to the receiver: a coin (rich); rag (poor); ring (romance and happiness); thimble (never to marry)
Mamgu's bara brith
Mamgu means grandma in Welsh. The recipe (if I'm at all truthful) doesn't belong to my mamgu but a family friend's nan! Bara brith means speckled bread. I love this cake spread with butter and a good cup of tea. Tips, if the cake browns quickly in your oven cover the tin with greaseproof paper and return to the oven. Although this cake is translated as bread it is more of a cake so don't be scared if you find you've sliced a cake not a piece of bread.
Cranberry Apple Bread
This bread is a holiday favorite in our family. It's very festive and is a wonderful breakfast bread for Thanksgiving and Christmas morning. I like to prepare my bread batter ahead of time and thaw it out the night before I serve it. Just pop it in the oven in the morning and you have fresh breakfast bread. Enjoy!