Video PUBLISHED: 17:54 11 August 2019 | UPDATED: 17:55 11 August 2019 Both Daniel Farke and Delia Smith hailed Norwich City's fans at Liverpool Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd Paul Chesterton Daniel Farke admitted the backing from Norwich City's away fans in defeat at Liverpool underlined why he loves the club - a sentiment echoed by majority shareholder Delia Smith. Farke was raucously cheered from the field at Anfield on Friday by the travelling support who had made the long trek from Norfolk to see a 4-1 Premier League defeat.The City chief remains confident his squad can give them plenty to cheer about back in the big time. "I was never prouder," he said. "Last season it was easy to follow us because we played fantastic football, scored a lot of goals and we won the title with so many points. But to be 4-0 down at half-time and still they could see the lads were investing everything and giving their life to be there. "We can only be successful in this league if … [Read more...] about Proud Farke and Delia hail unreal City support
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Susan Selasky Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 AM EDT Mar 27, 2019 QUESTION: What's the best way to store flour? ANSWER: Recently, I was doing a semi-Marie Kondo KonMari overhaul on my pantry. I rearranged products, sniffed spices for potency and noticed I had several bags of different varieties of flour. Flour can bring me joy, especially when it's used in breads, desserts and other baked goods, but there's no joy in flour that hasn't been stored properly. Certain flours can become rancid after a while, and pesky flour bugs sometimes sneak into them. Most flours (all-purpose, cake and pastry flour) do just fine stored in an airtight container in a cool dark place. You can also store bags of flour in plastic sealable bags. Being airtight is what prevents the bugs and preserves the flour. The bugs can get into flour at the mill, at the grocery store and in your own kitchen. Freezing flour for two days will kill bugs. In my pantry … [Read more...] about It’s best to store whole-wheat flour in the freezer
For years, I had a simple weekend routine for baking whole wheat bread. Every Friday morning, I dutifully fed a starter, which would be used instead of traditional yeast. On Saturday evening, I’d make the dough and let it rise overnight in an oven warmed by the light. The next morning, I’d shape the dough, which had doubled in size, into three loaves, each weighing about 2 pounds. After a second rise, into the oven they’d go, and – presto! — we had bread for the week.Then mysteriously (at least to me), the starter fizzled. I’d feed it and mix it into the batter, only to have the dough not rise. After trying and failing a few more times, I washed the starter down the disposal. I felt I’d been betrayed by an old friend.After a period of mourning, I started fooling around with making sourdough starters, without much luck. Then I spotted a starter I could buy from King Arthur Flour.I was doubtful but willing to give it a try. What arrived was a … [Read more...] about Whole grain sourdough bread made easy
PUBLISHED: 11:19 18 December 2018 | UPDATED: 11:19 18 December 2018 Charlotte Smith-Jarvis Brandy butter fudge Picture: Charlotte Smith-Jarvis Archant Food editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis shows you how to prevent waste in the kitchen this Christmas by using up those leftover ingredients. Mincemeat and toasted walnut brownies Picture: Charlotte Smith-JarvisOne of my pet hates at this time of year is waste. We Brits spend a phenomenal amount on Christmas lunch and all the trimmings, but throw a huge chunk of it away – apparently the equivalent of four million meals. What?! This is insanity. Leftovers are the best bit. So with that in mind, over the next couple of weeks I’m going to show you how to use some of the bits and pieces you have lurking around the fridge and cupboard during December in more creative ways so they don’t end up in your wheelie bin.This weekend it’s all about baking and I’m turning my attention to three … [Read more...] about Make our edible gifts: From Salted Brandy Butter Fudge to Mincemeat and Walnut brownies.
Video Delia Smith has teamed up with NCFC Community Partner Aviva to bake a limited-edition �Rainbow Laces Cake, released in support of LGBT+ inclusivity within football. (Photo by Chris Ridley/Aviva) Chris Ridley/Aviva Iconic TV cook and Norwich City Football Club joint-majority shareholder Delia Smith has teamed up with the club’s community partner Aviva to bake a limited-edition rainbow laces cake released in support of LGBT+ inclusivity within football. The cake recipe, which features seven individual rainbow coloured layers of sponge, has been commissioned by Aviva to mark the start of Stonewall’s 2018 Rainbow Laces campaign, which will see the sporting world come out in support of the LGBT+ community across all aspects of the game. Baked for the first time, the special-edition twist on one of Delia’s classic sponge cakes is assembled using seven rainbow coloured layers, separated by a buttercream filling and covered with white buttercream … [Read more...] about Delia revisits her recipe book with a slice of support for LGBT+ inclusion in football