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Orders including fresh fruits and vegetables for delivery by Christmas need to be received by Midnight Tuesday 20th December 2016 and will be dispatched on either 21st or 22nd December 2016.
Orders including bulk wholesale items Midnight Sunday 11th December 2016 in order to be delivered by Christmas. Orders placed after this date will be dispatched at the earliest opportunity but we cannot guarantee delivery before Christmas.
Orders for delivery by Christmas need to be received by Midnight Tuesday 20th December 2016 and will be dispatched on either 21st or 22nd December 2016.
International need to be received by Midnight Sunday 11th December 2016 in order to be delivered by Christmas. Orders placed after this date will be dispatched at the earliest opportunity but we cannot guarantee delivery before Christmas.
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100% stoneground, delivering the natural goodness of all the wheat grain. Strong Wholemeal Flour (wheat) for baking, particularly bread. Traditionally milled on stones to give the flour a 'nutty' flavour.
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Summary: The twelfth night after Christmas marks the end of the celebrations and is the time for taking down the decorations. The French still keep the medieval tradition of baking a cake containing a dried bean. The person who gets the bean is the King or Queen for the evening, and is crowned with a paper crown. He or she is all powerful and can demand favours and forfeits from the guests, so make sure you know where the bean is hidden in the cake.
Just use gluten free flour and gluten free baking powder to make the cake gluten free.
Summary: A traditional Scottish recipe of an unleavened oat bread, typically cooked on an iron griddle or skillet. Yet another way to get your oats!
Summary: Why don't you try bara brith this Christmas ? It is the famous freckled bread or fruit bread of Wales, of which there are many versions. This version is without eggs, a mixture of Vostizza currants, Orange River raisins, candied peel and a lovely spice blend. You may leave the fruit steeping in cold tea overnight, if you wish. This way the fruit will be well plumped when the bara brith is mixed.