This Christmas I got all the books I really wanted thanks to my nice siblings.
Can you see a theme?
I’m writing a historical novel set in the Regency period so I need to do a lot of research.
Historical romance, when well written, is a guilty pleasure of mine. I’ve been wanting to write one for a long time but only now I feel the courage to do it. Well… When I say ‘now’ I mean in the last six months or so. These books are going to help me fix some gaps in my knowledge and, hopefully, help me write an plausible story. The fact that the tale is about a gentleman and his two wives it’s another story!
This is one of the BEST SHOWS ever made for television. A cohesive piece of work with a beginning and an end that takes us through a myriad of situations and emotions that are matched by no one in the industry at this time.
Thank you for so many hours of nerve racking, nail biting, belly aching quality entertainment.
So I did these muffins and they are great. Then I did them again and altered them a bit and they got better. The first batch was very good but a little under-sweet.
The process is exactly the same. The only difference is on the ingredients. These are my changes:
- Instead of ½ cup granulated sugar I used 1 cup—so I doubled the amount of sugar;
- Also, instead of 1 cup whole milk I used half a cup crème fraîche and half a cup whole milk.
I love this recipe because it’s super simple and quick to make. Very convenient if you need something sweet and filled with bad carbs.