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When I was at primary school, the first piece of homework we were always given on going back to school was ‘What I Did On My Holidays’. Since in those days, the answer was ‘absolutely nothing’, it was always a puzzling and onerous task for the pupil and no doubt an excruciatingly boring read for the teacher. A lot of “I got up then I had breakfast, then I did nothing, then I had lunch etc etc ad nauseam”. Actually, as I come back from my holidays, I realise that little has changed (well, I did go to Thailand… Read on
January’s Cookalong gets you effortlessly making bread, in the form of Soft White Dinner Rolls. This recipe was conceived originally to get you cooking with your children, which gives you some indication of how simple this recipe is. So pull on your apron, roll up your sleeves and get baking, then upload your fine work with a caption and you could win one of Nigella’s books personally signed for you.
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