Thursday December 12, 2019

All things naughty and nice

Chef and food blogger Ali Honour sets the scene for Galway's Bake Fest

11th October, 2015
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Hot toddy brack: a perennial favourite with a touch of warmth

The humble tea brack is a perennial favourite. With the weather is changing and the cold nights upon us, adding a little boozy, zesty kick will give you a bit of warmth in your tummy.

250g sultanas or raisins

150g Bramley apple, grated

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