Happy National Apple Day – Kinder Kitchen Apple Challenge
Little did I know that it is National Apple Day whilst doing an apple challenge in one of my afterschool cookery classes this afternoon. I love apples. They are abundant at this time of year and shops are full of different varieties, many of which I have never heard of. We tend to go for the ones we know – Cox, Braeburn, Pink Lady. But on closer inspection there are lots of different varieties, all with different flavours, colours and
Kinder Kitchen kids healthy recipe – Plum muffins
Autumn is here. It takes me a week or two to mourn the summer, but once I have gone through this process I give myself a big hug, put on another layer and enjoy all the lovely fruit and vegetables that have been growing throughout the summer. Apples are abundant this year due to all the wonderful sunshine we have had over the summer months. The cooler nights in September have also helped the apples and they are lovely and
Kinder Kitchen Top Tip – how to de-seed a pomegranate
A beautiful pomegranate cut in half It’s rain showers and sunshine here in North London at present and I have yet to see a rainbow! It’s my daughter’s birthday tomorrow and I have been busy wrapping her presents and organising a wonderful day for her. She will be six! How time flies! Anyway, whilst taking a break over a cup of coffee, I read a mutual bloggers post about de-seeding a pomegranate. There are lots of way to do this and
Cook and Craft Halloween Workshops – Friday 25th October, North Finchley, London
Cook and Craft Halloween Workshops Kinder Kitchen along with I Can Craft will be hosting 2 workshops on Friday 25th October in North Finchley. “Let your children have their senses charged as they enter our Halloween House. Led by two witches the Children will prepare, cook and eat a ghoulish lunch (or tea) and will get creative making some spooky Halloween decorations to take home” Session 1 – 10am – 12 noon Session 2 – 3.45pm – 5.45pm £15 per
Kinder Kitchen Top Tips on shopping smart continued…..
Well, my classes are back in full swing and yesterday afternoon I made sweet scones with 8 flour drenched children. Apologies to the parents – it’s only Wednesday and their children’s uniforms already needed to be fully laundered but at least you didn’t have the mess in your kitchens! We served the scones with hand whipped double cream and strawberry jam. They were a hit and apart from the ones set aside for their parents, the children devoured the rest within minutes.