Children love these tasty bacon and cheese flavoured cakes, which are spiced with tomato ketchup and a dash of Worcestershire sauce. Serve them piping hot as a welcoming supper dish on a chilly winter's evening.
What could be more summery than fresh strawberries and cream sandwiched between crisp golden buttery shortcake? It is perfect eaten outdoors under a hot shimmering sun, but very good, too, any time of the year.
These delicious tartlets are reputed to have been invented by a baker in Richmond, conveniently near Henry VIII's palace. The king was very fond of them and tradition has it that the cakes are named after the ladies-in-waiting who carried them back to the palace.
Delicious homemade soup is welcome any time, ladled from a tureen as a heart-warming first course on a cold winter's evening, or served chilled from a bowl nestling in chipped ice as a refreshing start to a sophisticated summer meal.
Nothing can beat the rich fresh taste of real homemade dairy ice cream. Whether yon make the creamy vanilla version, or the variations flavoured with luscious strawberry puree, fragrant coffee essence or tempting plain dark chocolate, these delicious treats will be the very best ice cream you have ever tasted.