Happy New Year! Plans for 2018

2018 plans allthatshecraves.com

Happy New Year, readers!

After my unexpected hiatus – every year I forget how busy December is – followed by Christmas in Miami, I’m back and feeling refreshed and ready for 2018.

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Sourdough September. Getting Started with a sourdough starter, crumpets and a loaf.

Sourdough September getting started with a starter, crumpets and a loaf

In his article about sourdough, Hugh Fearnly-Whittingstall says that baking your own is ‘life-affirming and transformative. And why wouldn’t it be? You are, after all, growing your own bread.’ Like being pregnant and giving birth, I imagine. And, while I don’t yet feel a changed woman, my first fumble into bread making definitely caused enough sweating and fretting to warrant the comparison.

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In Knead of Sourdough September

In Knead of Sourdough September on allthatshecraves

September is the month of new beginnings, isn’t it? A time for projects and planning. There’s a seasonal shift and we look to fill our bellies and climb under the covers all cosy and covered in crumbs; hopeful of what’s to come.

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One&Twenty, London | Introducing

Introducing One&Twenty on allthatshecraves

One&Twenty, founded by Chloe Crowe, is a London based gift curation and boxing company. Having only opened their virtual doors six weeks ago, they’re real fledglings but there’s already lots to discuss.

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John Whaite’s Kitchen Cookery School: Perfect Patisserie course | review

Last Saturday, I had the pleasure of attending ‘Perfect Patisserie’ – one of John Whaite’s (winner of GBBO series 3) Kitchen Cookery School classes. Included in the Standard’s 10 best cookery schools in the UK, the school is Set in a barn in the rolling hills of Lancashire, on the family farm where John grew up, it’s an idyllic setting and the kitchen fit out is enviable. 

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all that she craves – food and life, updated

As you might know, all that she craves was originally a food blog but there’s more to what I crave in life than food alone. It’s food, and everything that goes with it: the people who cook and eat, the places it comes from and where we go to eat, the surroundings and objects in which food is served and it’s all of that that becomes part of the story. So, this has become a blog about those things, too – food and life.

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