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This recipe is a real family heirloom, too good to be kept a family secret! I have fond memories of walking into my grandmother’s kitchen, the air filled with the scent of cinnamon and apples and I knew something delicious was baking in the oven   100 g   butter 1 ½ dl  caster sugar 1          egg 4 dl      plain flour 3 tsp    baking powder 1 tsp    vanilla sugar 1 cup   milk 3          apples cinnamon sugar   Heat the oven to 200ºC. Grease a 30 cm cake tin, then line it with baking paper. In a bowl, cream the

One of my absolute favourites! Full of energy and zesty zing. Colour of sunshine! Moist inside and crunchy on top. The cake has to be still warm when the topping is added (but not too hot otherwise the syrup will run straight through the cake) and the syrup will be absorbed quickly leaving the crunchy sugar on top.   Makes 30. 225g    butter 225g    caster sugar 275g    self-raising flour 2 tsp    baking powder 4    large free-range egg 4 tbsp  milk Finley grated rind of 2 lemons   For the crunchy topping 175g    granulated sugar Juice of 2 lemons     Heat

These cookies are delicious! The sea salt and dark chocolate together with the pistachio nuts is such a super combination. They have a slight crunch with a softer middle. We love them with a cup of coffee after a long doggy walk in front of the fire. Makes 18. 100g    butter 100g    light brown sugar 75g      caster sugar 1          large free-range egg 2tsp     vanilla sugar (found in Scandinavian stores) or use 1tsp vanilla bean paste but add this together with the eggs. 175g    plain flour 100g    shelled unsalted pistachios, chopped 150g    dark

“Buy less, choose well, make it last. - Vivienne Westwood   I don’t believe in New Year’s resolutions, but this year I have given myself a New Year’s challenge; to buy less, choose well and make it last. I want to learn how to live lightly.   50 years ago we spent 10 percent of our monthly income on clothes, now we spend less than 5%, but our wardrobes are twice the size.   I want to become even more conscious of who made my clothes and the true cost of producing them. Behind

  I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.-Mother Theresa   When I started on this journey now called Tabitha Living, I did not know where it would take me. All I knew was I had to walk down the path it took me.   Back in 2011 when I read the article ‘Fashions Threadbare Conscious’,I felt compelled to do something, to use the skills that I had been given in my life, to help others. I could not sit still