For the oven
Ready, Steady, Eat!
Did you know that The Arthur Ransome Society publication Signals includes a section for children?
The organisation welcomes junior members.
Young pirates can breeze through competitions, quizzes, news of extraordinary events, lots of glossy photographs and even simple recipes with clear instructions.
Why not learn the secret of good pastry making via literature?
This gooseberry pie featured in no. 54 of The Outlaw has a twist and it’s good too!
A whirlwind of fun, feasting, imagination and family fun awaits!
Join The Arthur Ransome Society.
Happy August everyone- wow July sure flew by fast! But before the rest of summer does too, I want to share with you my recipe for these incredible coconut pineapple drop biscuits! They’re drop-dead delicious, easy to make, and perfect as a sort of end-of-summer, tropical breakfast treat.
As summer is approaching I just had to remind you of these tasty treats which are just perfect for a summer’s day and absolutely melt-in-the-mouth! They are yummy!
I am sure Arthur Ransome would have loved these tropical treats! I am sure that the pirates of his beloved fiction would not have turned them down either.
They are very melt-in-the-mouth – but not particularly conducive to campers on Wild Cat Island, that Lake District haven!
via Fluffy Coconut Pineapple Drop Biscuits — Sweet Dreams