Slow but Easy Glazé Cherries

This is a great way to preserve cherries to use later in the next year or two! As much as the cherries take two weeks to prepare they’re actually pretty easy to do as long as you don’t forget to add the sugar on the right day! Enjoy! […]

How to Pit Cherries

How to pit cherries with out a pitter - step 1 -

There are a few of ways you can pit cherries:

1) The best and easiest way to pit cherries is with a cherry pitter, but not all of use have them (or maybe you did until your annoying siblings started messing with it! )

2) You can use a knife, and cut the cherry off around the pip

3) You could use a toothpick or a bent paperclip and run it all the way around […]

Butter Icing Recipe

This icing is thick, gloop, great for filling cake and making fairy buns , it quick and easy to make and taste great, plus you can flavour it how ever you want. […]

Temperature Table

Here is a Temperature Table … I have a gas oven and my recipes normally only have gas marks on them so here a table for you to use. Your Welcome! 🙂 […]

How to Make Caster and/or Icing Sugar.

Is it just me or have you ever made a cake only to realise that you’ve run out icing sugar, and you really don’t want ‘ta go out in the cold and wet to buy some more? If you have, well don’t fret here is a quick and supper easy way to make some! And if you haven’t here’s it is any way so that you’re prepared if it does happen. […]

Plain Biscuit Mix

a plain biscuits rescipe to turn into nicer, and tastier

These Biscuits have many Possibilities, Use your imagination and Bake! you can make them for birthday parties, picnics, snacks, you name it! […]

A Bit About Shortbread

Shortbread (Scots: Shoartbreid) is a type of unleavened biscuit (cookie) which is traditionally made from one part white sugar, two parts butter, and three parts oatmeal flour. The use of plain white (wheat) flour is common today, and other ingredients like ground rice or cornflour are sometimes added to alter the texture.

Shortbread is so named because of its crumbly texture (from an old meaning of the word short). The cause of this texture is […]



Celsius is a scale and unit of measurement for temperature. It is named after the Swedish astronomer Anders Celsius (1701–1744), who developed a similar temperature scale two years before his death. The degree Celsius (°C) can refer to a specific temperature on the Celsius scale as well as a unit to indicate a temperature interval, a difference between two temperatures or an uncertainty. The unit was known until 1948 as centigrade.

From 1744 […]



Thermometer with Fahrenheit units on the outer scale and Celsius units on the inner scale

Fahrenheit is the temperature scale proposed in 1724 by, and named after, the Germanphysicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit (1686–1736). Today, the temperature scale has been replaced by the Celsius scale in most countries, but it remains the official scale of the United States and several Caribbean nations and is retained as a secondary scale in the United Kingdom.