Monthly Archives: July 2011

Pudding of the Month: July 2011

  Easy Cherry Sorbet My local farmers market has a stall selling nothing but Kent cherries for £5 a kilo so this month I’ve been trying out recipes featuring cherries. I’ve adapted this one from a recipe by David Lebovitz  … Continue reading

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“Mastering the sweet things in life”

Art of Puddings is featured on the home page of a fabulous new UK wide listings site – This is Your Kingdom.  “An Insider’s Guide to Lovely Things to see and do in the UK.” Loads of great stuff to see, … Continue reading

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Adventures with Jam and Jelly

Of the many culinary activities I enjoyed as a child, I have no memory of making jam at home. We always had a plentiful crop of soft fruit in our garden every summer – raspberries and gooseberries.  The raspberries would … Continue reading

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AmnesTEA “Flaming June” Fundraiser 25th June

To celebrate Amnesty International’s 50th birthday this summer, the charity picked up on the “baking” zeitgeist and came up with its own take – AmnesTEA – an off the peg, fundraising event to raise money for human rights.  Although I’m … Continue reading

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