Pineapple Upside Down Cake — Whiskey & Tea

Growing up I never particularly liked the traditional pineapple upside down cake my mom make. Then when I was a teenager she switched to this recipe, which uses crushed pineapple as opposed to the typical sliced pineapple rings. The texture is much more appealing to me — and the cup of brown sugar you mix […]

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2 TIPS ON HOW TO MAKE THE BEST APPLE PIE, FROM THE VILLAGE KITCHEN… — The Village Kitchen…

Two great tips to help you make the best apple pie from The Village Kitchen are – When making an apple pie, pop your apple slices into some water and add a little salt or lemon. It will stop them from discolouring. Put a tablespoon of tapioca into your apple pie, it will absorb excess […]

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2 TIPS ON HOW TO MAKE THE BEST APPLE PIE, FROM THE VILLAGE KITCHEN… — The Village Kitchen…

Two great tips to help you make the best apple pie from The Village Kitchen are – When making an apple pie, pop your apple slices into some water and add a little salt or lemon. It will stop them from discolouring. Put a tablespoon of tapioca into your apple pie, it will absorb excess […]

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SO, WHICH FLAVOUR OF ICE-CREAM ARE YOU GOING FOR TODAY?… — The Village Kitchen…

The Village Kitchen has an enormous choice of delicious Ice-Creams from New Forest Ice Cream which was founded in 1983 by Lawrie and Sue Jenman. With dedication from all the family, together with a growing, highly skilled and dedicated team, they manufacture consistently top quality, great tasting luxury ice cream for customers nationwide. Can you […]

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2 TIPS ON USING MILK IN BAKING… — The Village Kitchen…

Two tips on using milk in baking from The Village Kitchen… Chilled evaporated milk, whipped until fluffy, can be used as the base for several frozen desserts by the addition of different flavours, like fruits, nuts, instant coffee, cocoa, and other flavourings. If you have a recipe that requires you to boil the milk, first […]

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