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Bristol Good Food Diaries

Bristol Good Food Diaries

The Good Food Diaries are your chance to show off what you're doing towards making Bristol a truly sustainable food city. Tell us your diary challenge within your online profile - this could be anything from sowing a few veg seeds to going on an urban forage, from making your first visit to one of Bristol's City Farms to signing-up as a volunteer on a community growing project, from going supermarket-free for a week to only shopping in Bristol Pounds - and then share the experience of your challenge through your online diary. Follow the progress of other members of the Good Food Diary group. Share your tips and ideas. Get inspired by Bristol's Good Food stories!


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10 September 2014

wild berry bush baking!!

This summers brilliant sunny weather has made the blackberry season a bumper crop, so i picked more then my fair share of the berries and got stuck straight in with the baking! I have made 2 blackberry upside down cakes and more blackberry muffins then you can shake a stick at! my family love the muffins, it was probably just my baking, but the batter made a good, stodgy muffin, and in my family, a stodgy cake, is the BEST cake! they were made with fairtrade sugar and eggs from our ducks :)

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8 May 2014

home baking

I went to the Bristol food connections festival where they had lots of different famous chefs cooking various foods, I went to Donnal skeehan (don't know how to spell his name!!!) who hosts and judges junior Masterchef, he showed us a few easy recipes to try out at home and on of them was milk chocolate chip cookies and i decided to make them. (Completely from scratch of course!) Usually I like to put my own twist on a recipe and change the key flavour to something different like pistachio or cranberries and white chocolate or coconut and dark chocolate, I love interpreting my own flavours and ideas, anyway, because this is a first bake on this particular recipe, I thought I would see how it goes first...they went pretty well...and huge! (Feel a bit terrible, as chocolate was not fair-trade!)

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