Can I Eat It? is pleased to announce that the 10 winners of the retweet competition that closed at midnight on 23rd October 2013 are: @clive_antony (we are still trying to contact Clive. Does anyone know him?
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By Martin Isark
You’re one of the many millions watching ‘The Great British Bake Off’ on BBC Two. Tad apprehensive that you don’t have the cooking skills of Mary Berry, Delia Smith or the baking know how of Paul Hollywood, but you’re itching to get your apron on and start baking? Then why not try the ‘Can I Eat It? ‘So Easy To Make Cupcakes’? They look great and they have that ‘I must have another and another one’ quality. Happy baking! Read more
By Martin Isark
When I was small, bottles of home-made ginger beer lined the pantry shelves – and the thirst quenching pleasure of its peppery ginger notes still lingers on. Today, the supermarket shelves are loaded with various styles and brands of ginger beer, but nothing gets close to the satisfaction of making your own from a ginger beer plant. Read more
Get your apron and cook this quick, easy and tasty gluten free, spiral pasta salad. If you’re not avoiding wheat & gluten simply swap the gluten free for regular spiral pasta. Enjoy.
Get your apron on and bake this tasty Irish soda bread with a cheese and oat twist. This yeast free bread will be enjoyed by all that eat it! Happy St Patrick’s day and beyond.
iBake this tasty apple pie with lime & clove lick
Get your apron on and bake this tasty apple pie with a lime & clove lick. It’s so easy to make, and unlike the ones that you find on the shelves – it is free from those additives and preservatives that ensure prolonged shelf life!