Posted 23 April 2013 by Debbie
Tagged As: English, Marmalade, Orange, Scones, Scottish | Categories: Baking, Recipes, Treats | Leave a Comment
In honour of St George’s Day, I thought I’d bake something quintessentially English — scones. Ok, ok I know… they’re Scottish really, but that’s a hell of a lot closer than Greece, which is where old (young?) George was from. Anyway. Not just any scones, but orange marmalade scones; I thought marmalade added a bit of an English Breakfast touch to the affair.
They’re kind of delicious. Not too much sugar, so they’re not overly sweet, and the marmalade adds a lovely rich orange flavour. Now, I’m not saying that Paddington Bear would forgo his marmalade sandwiches for these, but he’d definitely have one or two for afters.
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Posted 22 March 2011 by Debbie
Tagged As: Carrot, Orange, Soup | Categories: Dinner, Recipes | Leave a Comment
At my former job there was a canteen, and in that canteen they served soup every day for lunch. Occasionally, they served carrot and orange soup. It was always a good day when carrot and orange soup was on the menu. It’s quite a summery soup, especially if you blend it up at the end. I couldn’t find a recipe for this in my soup book, so I just kind of made this up. the exact measurements don’t really matter, but the orange flavour is quite strong, so taste as you go and add just enough orange juice.
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