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Learn how to make cheesecake with our easy step-by-step guide. With foolproof photos and fail-safe tips, you're guaranteed a perfect baked cheesecake every time.


Baked cheesecake recipes needn't be daunting with these easy tips.


Learn how to freeze pumpkin in raw chunks and in cooked puree to easily use in soups and recipes.


Welcome in any Christmas hamper or as a treat round Halloween, fudge is a favourite for gift-giving. Learn how to avoid grainy, crystallised fudge and make batches of several different flavours to wow your family and friends.


Wondering how to cook beetroot? Fresh beetroot, prepared simply, is delicately sweet and delicious – nothing like the jarred pickled variety that has unjustly tarnished this ruby red root's reputation. Read on for advice on choosing, preparing and cooking beetroot.


See how to make your own cranberry sauce this Christmas - we have three different easy recipes to show you!


Learn how to sterilise jars and lids using two methods - by boiling and in the oven. Sterlising jars is an essential step when bottling and preserving jam, fruit, chutney, veggies and more.


Learn how to pot your own jam, chutney and preserves using jam jars with twist-off lids. We show you how step-by-step, eliminating the guesswork!


Whether you are bottling fresh fruits from the market or from your own garden, home bottling is fun, rewarding and economical. Here you find the basics of safe boiling water bottling and valuable bottling tips.


Learn how to ice cakes with ease with these easy to follow tips and tricks. You'll be icing perfect birthday and special occasion cakes in no time!

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