Lizzie Mcmurtry

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Put Sautéed Green Peppers And Onion In With Your Beef For A Meatloaf That's Better Than All The Others

Philly Cheesesteak Meatloaf<p>Save<p>While some people scoff at meatloaf, we happen to firmly believe that, when done right, meatloaf can be seriously …

Bacon-Wrapped Meatloaf

<b>Ingredients</b><p>Glaze<p>1/2 cup ketchup or chili sauce<br>• 1/4 teaspoon chili powder (if just using ketchup)<br>• 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard<br>• 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce<br>• 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar<br>• 1 tablespoon dark brown sugar<p>Meatloaf<p>1 tablespoon olive oil or butter<br>• 1 medium onion, finely diced<br>• 1 medium …

Hazelnut ganache pastry tarts

SERVES<p>6<p>INGREDIENTS<p><b>For the sweet pastry:</b><p>70g icing sugar<br>• 90g butter<br>• 1 egg<br>• 210g flour<p><b>For the hazelnut ganache:</b><p>175g dark chocolate (about 55 per cent cocoa), chopped<br>• 120g double cream<br>• 25g liquid glucose<br>• 50g hazelnut paste<br>• 20g butter<p>METHOD<p>Beat together the sugar and butter in a bowl. Mix in the egg, then the …

Dessert

'Tea leads to prostitution': amazing facts and legends about tea

Did you know that 75 per cent of the Irish population drink six cups a day? Here we share fascinating facts about tea from a book<p>Tea has a rich and fascinating history –as a drink, it is as old as the pyramids of Egypt and is second only to tap water as the nation’s most popular drink.<p><b>Here are some</b> …

Tea

These 15 Recipes Will Be The 'apple' Of Your Eye

1<p>We've played around with the wonders of a Portmanteau before with the likes of Cronuts and Ramen Burgers but we thought we should up our game! How …

Baking

Thought gluten-free meant no more chocolate eclairs? Think again

Some people choose a gluten-free diet because they have no option, because eating gluten makes them feel desperately ill. Others follow this path for slightly less dramatic reasons: gluten doesn’t actually leave them unwell, but they undoubtedly feel better without it. For some, it is simply an …