Hi there! I’m Camilla, a wife and a mum to two children who’s fed up with recipes that either don’t work or that once made my family don’t like. So armed with my school/college knowledge of Home Economics, I thought I would share the recipes that I’ve developed, adapted or been given over the years and that my family love. There’s nothing worse than slaving over a hot stove to have one or more noses turn up at your dish. Hence, I aim to take the guess work out of recipe choosing by featuring only recipes that are well loved and straightforward to make.
My main culinary influence was (and is) my Danish mother who brought me up to love all things Danish but also embraced the likes of The Cordon Bleu Cookery Series, Marguerite Patten and Delia Smith. Dinner parties just seemed to fall seamlessly from her fingers and I would look and learn. The other huge influence in my love of food and nutrition was my school teacher Mrs Stevens, she could bake and cook everything to perfection and she spurred me on to win the school prize for Home Economics!
I’d love to hear any comments you have about the recipes, how you’d change them or tell me if something didn’t work. Hopefully I can help fix the problem!
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