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How to Make Fairy Cakes with Glaće Icing

May 8, 2020 // 0 Comments

How-To-Make-Fairy-Cakes Easy to make and another wee stay at home baking classic, Wee Buns Cookery School's Fairy Cakes recipe is one that the whole family will enjoy making. Fairy Cakes are smaller than cupcakes and are iced rather than topped with buttercream. This Fairy Cake recipe has a Glaće Icing that you can add food colouring to for an extra pop of colour. For a final flourish, sprinkle liberally with some fairy cake magic! (more…)
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All Priced Belling Farmhouse Range Cookers In Stock

April 30, 2020 // 0 Comments

Dalzells of Markethill is pleased to announce that all Priced Belling Farmhouse Range Cookers are in stock and available for Free Kerbside Delivery in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland (allow 3-4 working days). Belling Farmhouse collection offers functionality and flexibility across its 90cm, 100cm and 110cm models. All Belling gas, electric and dual-fuel range cookers come with an A energy rating and are available in a choice of black, stainless steel or cream. (more…)
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How To Make Fruit Soda Bread

April 24, 2020 // 0 Comments

How to Make Fruit Soda Bread Fruit Soda Bread and Soda Bread are traditional Northern Irish bread recipes made without yeast. Many families in Ireland will have their own fruit soda bread recipe that has been handed down to them through the generations. Easy to make, this recipe is Wee BunsCookery School's mother's recipe and one that she still makes regularly. Simply serve with some delicious Northern Irish butter and enjoy! (more…)
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How To Make Rhubarb Tart

April 16, 2020 // 0 Comments

Rhubarb-Tart-recipe In the third in our series of recipes from Wee Buns Cookery School, we're making a classic rhubarb tart. Rhubarb is in season from April to June. When buying it, look out for firm stalks and leaves that haven't wilted. Often thought of as a fruit, rhubarb is actually a vegetable. Although it can be eaten raw, because of its sour taste, it's usually cooked with sugar to sweeten the taste. This traditional rhubarb pie recipe is delicious served with fresh cream or custard and a pot of tea. Read more

How To Clean Your Washing Machine

April 6, 2020 // 0 Comments

How to Clean A Smelly Washing Machine One of the most used appliances in the home, over time, our washing machines build up lots of gunk and mould that can make it smell. Whether it's excess detergent, fabric conditioner or mould growth making your machine smell, it's recommended that you clean your washing machine at least once a month to keep it clean and fresh. Before you start, always read the manufacturer's instructions on how to clean your washing machine as they may differ from manufacturer to manufacturer. Read more

How to Make Scones with Buttermilk

April 3, 2020 // 0 Comments

How-To-Make-Buttermilk-Scones This classic buttermilk scone recipe from Wee Buns Cookery School is so easy to make and it's something that the kids will love to help you with. Adding buttermilk to your scone mix will give it a softer texture and more body. If you don't have any buttermilk to hand, full-fat milk with a squeeze of lemon or some plain natural yoghurt is a good substitute. Serve with some delicious Northern Irish butter and homemade jam. Or for that extra special afternoon tea effect, add a big dollop of cream. Read more

How To Make Wheaten Bread at Home

March 27, 2020 // 0 Comments

How-To-Make-Wheaten-Bread-At-Home It is with great sadness that we at Dalzell's have had to close our doors for the first time in more than 64 years to help stop the spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19) - we assure that this is a temporary measure. As a thank you for your understanding and your continued support for our business during this difficult period we are going to post useful advice, updates on our plans and hopefully even raise a smile over the next few weeks. (more…)
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