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WIN stunning Denby ‘Blue Edit’ tableware

Win Denby tableware

Dairy Diary is giving you the chance to win a selection of gorgeous ‘The Blue Edit’ Denby tableware – perfect for your Christmas table

 

Comprising:

Always Entertaining – The Blue Edit 4 Piece 4 Piece Coupe Dinner Plate Set

Always Entertaining – The Blue Edit 4 Piece Medium Shallow Bowl Set

Always Entertaining – The Blue Edit 4 Piece Nesting Bowl Set

 

Hand-crafted in the Denby Pottery from high quality, locally-sourced clay and is expertly glazed to prevent chipping and enhance durability.

The tableware is oven, microwave, dishwasher and freezer safe.

 

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Win a National Trust Family Membership

Win a National Trust Family Mambership

 

Dairy Diary is giving you the chance to win a National Trust Family Membership for one year

Enjoy free access to more than 500 places with National Trust membership.

Benefits with membership:

  • Explore over 500 special places across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
  • Free parking at most National Trust car parks
  • National Trust Handbook full of ideas to help you plan a visit
  • National Trust Magazine sent to you three times a year
  • Regular newsletters sent straight to your inbox

 

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Recipe of the Week: Noisette Coffee

Café Noisette

 

Café Noisette

A quick and easy Café Noisette recipe taken from the Dairy Diary.

A must for coffee lovers.

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Win a Nutribullet

Win a Nutribullet Magic Bullet Set

Whizz up any drink with ease with your very own Nutribullet – the must-have for every kitchen (as well as a Dairy Diary of course).

Click here for your chance to win.

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Competition | Win a Multifunction Blender Set

Win a blender set

Dairy Diary is giving you the chance to win this Multifunction Blender Set

This Habor Multifunction Blender Set comes with an immersion blender, a chopper and a whisk to meet your different needs to bring health benefits to your family.

  • Comes with a immersion blender, a chopper and a whisk to meet your different needs to bring health benefits to your family
  • Strong enough to chop food from soft to hard, such as onions, apples, carrots or even ice cubes
  • Designed with 2 buttons and a variable speed controller to adjust between 7 speed levels for food with different firmness

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WIN A stunning Moroccan Bloom Melamine 12 Piece Dinner Set

 

Win a Moroccan Dinner Set

Win this 12-Piece Moroccan Bloom Melamine Dinner Set

Relax and enjoy alfresco dining without worrying about whether your bowls and plates are going to make it back home (or back from the garden!) in one piece.

Win a Morrocan Dinner SetMade from virtually unbreakable melamine which is famed for being chip-resistant, and given a liquid glass coating that makes it impervious to scratches and stains, this picnicware range looks uncannily like artisan-glazed pottery.

It offers four full place settings of dinner plate, side plate and bowl, without the risk of breakages associated with ‘real’ crockery.

This 12-Piece Moroccan Bloom Melamine Dinner Set is a gorgeous way to serve any type of fresh-air food, from picnic sandwiches to a sit-down supper on the patio.

 

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National Picnic Week plus a very moreish recipe (and a special treat!)

 Lake District Picnic

I’ve recently come back from a couple of astonishingly beautiful days in the Lake District.

The deluges earlier in the year, followed by day-after-day of glorious sunshine has resulted in such a verdant and lush landscape; it’s a pure joy to see.

We tackled a pretty sizeable fell walk and so I packed some much-needed sustenance in my rucksack.

And we found one of the most glorious picnic spots I’ve seen – complete with very high bench that make your feet dangle in a comical fashion like a small child.

It may be twee and a little old fashioned,
but with the right location and good
food a picnic can be simply lovely.

Lake District picnic 2

We enjoyed dry-cured bacon sandwiches on soft white rolls and a cheeky slice of Blueberry & Orange Loaf, which survived pretty well in the heat. If you fancy making it the recipe is shown below

The recipe is from our Cook it Slowly cookbook, which in my opinion is one of our best. Find out more about it here.

And as it’s National Picnic Week next week you have the perfect excuse to picnic somewhere gorgeous.

Why not share your favourite
recipe (and location)?

 

Win a Moroccan Dinner SetEating al fresco in style is easy with our fabulous competition prize

We’re giving you the opportunity to win a gorgeous Moroccan Bloom Melamine 12 Piece Dinner Set, which looks just like real crockery.

Click here to enter.

 

 

 

 


 

Blueberry & Orange Loaf

Blueberry & Orange Loaf

  • Servings: 8
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Calories 316 per portion
Fat 10g (6g sat) per portion
Suitable for vegetarians
Suitable for freezing

Ingredients

  • Self-raising flour 350g (12oz)
  • Caster sugar 75g (3oz)
  • Blueberries 200g (7oz)
  • Oranges 2, finely grated zest and juice
  • Milk 4–6 tbsp
  • Eggs 3
  • Butter 75g (3oz), melted
  • Demerara sugar 1–2 tbsp

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 160°C/140°fan/Gas 3. 
Butter a 900g (2lb) loaf tin and line with baking paper.
  2. Sift the flour into a large bowl and stir in the caster sugar, blueberries and orange zest.
  3. Pour the orange juice into a measuring jug and make up to 150ml (¼ pint) with milk. Beat in the eggs and butter and then pour this into the bowl with the flour and blueberries and stir until just mixed together. Spoon the mixture into the loaf tin and sprinkle the demerara sugar over the top.
  4. Bake for 1–1¼ hours until risen and firm to the touch and a skewer inserted into the centre of the cake comes out clean.
  5. Leave to cool in the tin for about 10 minutes, then transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.

Cook’s tips
Don’t over-mix the ingredients or the cake will be tough.
If preferred, omit the demerara sugar and drizzle over some orange glacé icing made by mixing icing sugar with orange juice.

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