This was the first time I’d attempted to make a banoffee pie and I was really pleased with the way it turned out. When my dad came to visit, I offered him some and afterwards he said “I didn’t think I would like this but I suppose it was okay” which is about as much of a positive reaction as I can get out of him!
Bought from the ‘Paponazo’ van for only €4, these potatoes are taken from a huge furnace which has completely charred the skin on the outside. The toppings are then piled high onto the potato, which gets stabbed with a plastic fork before being thrust in my hands.
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Why yes, that is a small tub of grass being used as a food blogging photo prop. I grow it for my guinea pigs and it was one of the few green things in the house that I thought I could just about get away with using as a prop.
I intended to use a piping bag to decorate the biscuits, but because mine were really small, I found it much easier to use the handle of a spoon to spread the icing and to carry out any minute detail with the help of a toothpick.
This recipe yields around 12 small lingerie sets.