By Carolyn Eddie | Nov 21, 2017 | 0 Comments
Celebrate Thanksgiving

Traditional Thanksgiving I am sure you all already have your Thanksgiving organised and know which dishes you are going to make, however just in case you are looking for a little inspiration I have a few thoughts to share: Thanksgiving is a time for tradition, […]

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Custard Creams

By Carolyn Eddie | Nov 16, 2017 | 0 Comments
Custard Creams

Classic Custard Cream Recipe I first made custard creams when I was 12 years old.  At Banff Academy we had home economics in our second year. Since I had baked my first cake at 8, I was slightly underwhelmed by the scrambled eggs and other […]

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Absolutely Fabulous Scones (again)

By Carolyn Eddie | Nov 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Always Fabulous Scones “If you’re afraid of butter, use cream.” -Julia Child.   I am reposting one of my original recipes because I have added a few comments on measurements and links to different versions together with Strawberry Jam and super easy Lemon Curd recipes. […]

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Sausages, a cautionary tale!

By Carolyn Eddie | Nov 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

Social Media is not for the Fainthearted In this post I will confess to an act of great stupidity, it involves sausages. But first let me give you a little background. Obsessions I think most of you probably know about my potato obsession. Well I […]

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Pretty Red Current Meringues

By Carolyn Eddie | Nov 9, 2017 | 0 Comments
Red Fruit Swirl Meringues

Old dog new tricks! I have been making meringues for a very long time. When I lived in London I sometimes suspected I was only asked to parties so I would bring mini pavlovas with me. British parties do not normally involve bringing a dish […]

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Conversions and translations British, American and Danish

By Carolyn Eddie | Nov 2, 2017 | 4 Comments
scales, cups and spoons

Hi, sorry to bug you again. This post is one on measurements  and more of a reference post.  Saying that if anyone wants to get involved in some kitchen science I would love some feedback. Also what measurements do you use regularly?  I always thought […]

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Edinburgh, castles and shortbread!

By Carolyn Eddie | Oct 26, 2017 | 21 Comments

Edinburgh, The Scottish Capital Living in Copenhagen does have it’s advantages.  In the last few months I have been not once, but twice to the city of Edinburgh, Once was for a hen weekend, think bachelorette party, which is not the subject of this post! […]

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Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

By Carolyn Eddie | Oct 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

Welcome Plate of Cookies Alan came in from walking our dog Fraser last Saturday morning and told me he had just been helping our new neighbour carry some belongings in from her car.  He suggested I go and say hi.  It occurred to me that […]

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End of Summer Pudding

By Carolyn Eddie | Sep 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

End of Summer  There is something both sad and exciting about the end of summer, especially in Denmark where the summers are unpredictable and ridiculously short.  This summer in particular has been officially the worst in 40 years, thanks guys! We were so optimistic about […]

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Granda Crying’s Carrot Soup

By Carolyn Eddie | Sep 22, 2017 | 2 Comments
Carrot Soup

Happy First Day of Fall! After a summer of traveling I feel it is time to get back to my roots and share one of my favorite soup recipes, Carrot Soup. (Roots, carrots, joke?)   My father in law (Granda Crying) taught me how to […]

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