baking anyone?

21 Jan

Anyone seen the new series on the BBC ‘Baking Made Easy’? Its pretty good!

Presented by the gorgeous Lorraine Pascale she uses her expetise to look at how baking can be simple, quick and delicious!

Not only is Lorraine beautiful, she is calm, funny and articulate, a joy to watch, and she makes you want to cook just like her! She is an ex model turned chef and has studied and worked in many restaurants.
Taking a totally basic stance on baking, Lorraine proves that it can be possible to make wonderful items easliy and quickly with no fuss what so ever and I love her for it as she has given me that push I needed in the new year to get the scales and mixing bowl out!!

She really does her research too as in the last episode she bakes a fab looking loaf of bread called the Doris Grant loaf which is based on a recipe by Doris Grant which was used in the war years. Not only do you get the recipe but you also get a story to go with it.

One good reason to look forward to mondays I say!!!

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3 Responses to “baking anyone?”

  1. pip 21 January 2011 at 8:29 pm #

    Thanks for that… perfect Monday night viewing :)

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