#fdbloggerfriends: A Year in Dinners

Here’s the latest edition of #fdbloggerfriends featuring Lizi Beevor, who blogs at https://ayearindinners.com/. Lizi tweeted me interested about partaking in the series and I was happy to reignite the series. You can check out all of the past #fdbloggerfriends guest post by clicking here! I’m Lizi Beevor, and I blog at https://ayearindinners.com/ about food, recipes, restaurants and…

#fdbloggerfriends: Life In Full Flavour

So the very successful #fdbloggerfriends series is continuing today with Sarah from Life in Full Flavour! It’s been incredibly interesting to read Sarah’s responses to the questions, which I have included, I am also a Professor Layton fan! Hello! I’m Sarah and I blog over at Life in Full Flavour: http://www.infullflavour.com This is my first…

#fdbloggerfriends: Don’t Boil The Sauce!

The fifth blogger who has taken part in #fdbloggerfriends is Jason from Don’t Boil The Sauce, who hails from all the way down under! A Eurovision fanatic like me, I first found Jason when he baked his way through all the Technical Challenges from Bake Off and credit to him, I would not enjoy making…

#fdbloggerfriends: Ink Sugar Spice

We’re back with #fdbloggerfriends today and the lovely Lynn, who I met when we both went to the filming of An Extra Slice – you can read about my experience here – and we’ve been following each other of Twitter for ages! All of Lynn’s bakes are FANTASTIC and my particular favourite is the Spiral…

#fdbloggerfriends: Food and Baker

Today on #fdbloggerfriends, we’re handing over to Jessica and James aka Food and Baker. This dynamic duo are dedicated bloggers and vloggers, who are very dedicated to their blog. I’m very happy to have Jessica and James take part in #fdbloggerfriends! We are Jessica Bautista & James Baker, and together we run a London based…

#fdbloggerfriends: Jess and Josh Cook

The next bloggers in my #fdbloggerfriends series are Jess and Josh Cook. Hailing from Brighton, this food loving couple are owners of one of my favourite blogs out there; I love their recipes and restaurant reviews. Read on to find out more… We’re a couple living down on the seafront in Brighton with our cat,…

#fdbloggerfriends: The Improving Cook

Welcome to my brand new series, fdbloggerfriends! In this series, I will be finding out a lot more about the food bloggers that I follow on Twitter and hopefully introduce you to some new blogs to read. Today we start with Victoria aka The Improving Cook. Hi, I’m delighted to be guest posting for Andrew…

Guest Post: Reindeer Cookies by Rebecca Herd

I’ve really loved how down to earth Rebecca’s Christmas recipes have been. They’re simple and something that you can do with little children across the festive period. You can see Rebecca’s other guest posts: Ginger and Fudge Cupcakes and Star-topped Mince Pies I love the way these turned out and how creative you can be…

Guest Post: Star-topped Mince Pies by Rebecca Herd

I loved having Rebecca write posts for my blog so much so I asked her to write a couple more Christmas-inspired posts for me. You can check out Rebecca’s last post here: Ginger and Fudge Cupcakes After writing my last post, Andrew asked if I would mind writing a Christmas post for his blog. As…

Guest Post: Christmas Panettone by Paul Roughan

For my next Christmas Guest Post, I’ve invited Paul from beerandbaking.net to bake something sweet and sticky for the blog. Like myself, Paul is a food blogger and shares his adventures in baking on his blog. I met Paul on Twitter through BakeChat and I’ve seen many of his fantastic bakes, including a Nutella Star…

Guest Post: Bûche de Noël by Luca Marchiori

I’ve got another one of my Guest Posts from a fellow food blogger, Luca Marchiori for the 2nd post in my Bumper December. I met Luca on Twitter, as seems to be the case all too often these days, and when he started tweeting these amazing bakes I discovered his blog. Then I had the…

Guest Post: Ginger and Fudge Cupcakes by Rebecca Herd

Unlike my last guest post, you will not have heard of the author of this guest post. Rebecca Herd is a true foodie like me, as you’ll discover below. I met her on Twitter through Bakechat, a Twitter discussion organised by the 2013 bakers from GBBO in which we, as a baking community, asked (and…

Guest Post: Brunch Pies by Deborah Manger (of GBBO fame)

Anyone who has watched The Great British Bake Off will know the writer of this guest post. Let’s say that she was heavily involved in ‘Custardgate’ so much so that she even stole the custard. I contacted Deborah Manger, a former contestant on the show, about the possibility of writing a guest post for me…