There is nothing like the taste of home made bread! This loaf is very easy to make – you just need a little time to let it rise. I usually start it after breakfast and it is then ready for lunch time. Eat it with some nice cheddar cheese or a bowl of warming soup…. Read more »
Yorkshire Tea Loaf is dark, rich, and sticky with great flavours of fruit and a hint of rum. It’s somewhere between a fruit cake and a loaf. It is also known as Barm Brack, or just Brack. Delicious as a tea time treat, sliced and spread with butter, or with chunks of a good… Read more »
Fat Rascals were invented, and made famous, by Betty’s Tearooms in Yorkshire. They are a type of Yorkshire tea biscuit or turf cake, and very similar to a scone. They are terrific, served with afternoon tea, accompanied by strawberry jam, butter and clotted cream, for a touch of indulgent decadence. Makes 6 Fat Rascals.
Make this authentic Yorkshire parkin a day or two ahead for a sticky teatime treat that cant be beaten. Wrap in greaseproof paper and put in an airtight tin for a few days to allow the flavours and stickiness to develop before cutting – this will give it a moist and sticky texture, as well… Read more »