A traditional favourite to make for Bramley Apple Week (6th - 13th February 2011). Add a dollop of cream or coat it with custard - then sit back, relax and enjoy!
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February 6th sees the start of Bramley Apple Week in the UK, but what’s so great about this apple and why are we celebrating? For those of you who don’t know, here’s a brief rundown on why the Bramley is known as “The King of Cooking Apples”
As the most important meal of the day it need only take minutes to make, but will deliver hours of benefits. Throughout the week itself (23 – 29 January 2011) hundreds of Shake Up Your Wake Up breakfast events will be held around the country to celebrate Farmhouse Breakfast Week.
A delicious alternative for people who can't eat dairy or gluten - and still tasty for those that can! This is a great recipe to experiment with by adding and testing different ingredients to suit your taste.
Australia Day on 26th January commemorates the beginning of settlement in Australia, when Governor Arthur Phillip landed at Sydney Cove in 1788. In 1838, the fiftieth anniversary of the landing, it was proclaimed a public holiday.
Overnight our energy stores are used up, so eating breakfast will top up the energy that has been used whilst sleeping and give us the energy needed to start the day.