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All posts by Laura

Laura Hart’s bakery is a smash hit

I love this place so much that I ate there twice in two days last week. I think everyone should know about the brilliance of Laura Hart's bakery, in an old Victorian railway arch by Bristol Temple Meads station.

Beef Maslanka

Anya Lipska's new novel 'Where the Devil Can't Go' paints a convincing portrait of the life of London's Polish community, partly because of its foodie references. We tracked her down and asked her to share a recipe that features in it with us: Polish beef stew with buttermilk. It would be a crime to miss it (because she's a crime writer, natch)...

Rainbow cake

Rainbow cakes are fab! Stack them high in a rainbow of colours for a birthday cake to make your children say 'wow' or make them for a fun afternoon tea party. There are plenty of ways to make this cake your own; all you need are food colourings and a couple of sandwich tins. As tasty as a Victoria Sponge and as pretty as a picture...

Raspberry Cheesecake

This ultra glamorous yet incredibly simple cheesecake needs no cooking, just a handful of ingredients and a little bashing and mixing. We think it's our easiest dessert ever, perfect if you're running late, in a rush or just want to knock up something sensational while talking to your guests at the same time.

Roast pepper lasagne

This vegetable-packed lasagne dish was designed to get my toddler to eat her greens...and reds and oranges too. It worked! Click through to find a really simple recipe for vegetarian lasagne with sweet roast peppers and courgettes.

Incredible Edibles

This new book is all about being a mini food adventurer and is packed with challenges, recipes and brilliant facts about food. As Matt and I are both a bit older than most readers of the book, we had a good look through it then passed it to our brilliant 6-year-old reviewer and next door neighbour Ruby to give us her verdict