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Blackberry Jam

Ingredients 1.25kg blackberries Finely grated zest and juice of 2/3 large limes or 1/2 lemons 1.25kg jam sugar (with added pectin) You will also need a sugar thermometer   Method Put the berries, lime/lemon zest and juice into a large pan and cook over a low heat, stirring now and then, until the berries are soft and plenty of juice has been released. Press gently with a potato masher to release even more juice and break up some of the fruit, but don’t reduce all the berries to pulp. Add the sugar, then stir for about 10 minutes until the sugar dissolves. This is important to prevent the jam from crystallising during storage. Increase the heat, then boil steadily for...

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Studio Cookies - Gluten Free and Dairy Free

Ingredients:  2 eggs 1.5 cups almond flour 0.5-1 cups GF plain flour 1/3 cup brown sugar 3 tablespoons coconut Oil (melted) salt blackberries Method: 1. Mix all ingredients (apart from blackberrys) 2. Roll into balls and place on backing tray. 3. make a little dip in the middle and pop blackberries in.  4. Bake at 180 for 11-15mins or until golden brown.  5. Enjoy with a coffee :) 

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Homemade Lemonade Recipe

Summertime Lemonade   Best enjoyed wearing the Sunshine Earrings    Chop up 2-3 lemons (I used a lime and about 1 and half lemons) 50g of sugar  1 litre of water   1.Get your chopped lemons (or limes) and blend them up with the sugar. 2. Squeeze the pulp mixture through a sieve into a jug and add 1 litre of water.    It's that easy - enjoy ice cold and add mint if you want mint and lemon. 

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Be the sunshine

Be the sunshine from Zoe Morton on Vimeo.   Shop the Sunshine Pendant Shop the Sunshine Earrings   Let us take you back to your favorite summer memories. Filmed at my local beach on Super 8, embodying summertime, I hope the new Sunshine Earrings and Sunshine Pendant take you back to happy sunny days.   Be the Sunshine, Wear the Sunshine. 

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GF Pasta Recipe

Gluten Free Pasta Recipe    Ingredients: 250g GF Plain Flour 4 Medium Eggs or 3 Large Eggs Xanthan Gum - 2 teaspoons   Method: 1. Combine the GF Plain flour and Xanthan Gum. 2. Make a well in the centre and crack the eggs in. 3. Mix just the egg together in the well until the yolk and whites are fully combined. 4. Then mix it all together. Keep kneading until it is all mixed. If it seems a little dry then add a little water or if a little wet add a little more flour.  5. Scatter a surface with flour. Roll out the dough into a log. Cut the log into about 2inch pieces. This is just to...

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Mums Almond and Choc Chip Cookies

2/3 cup | 120g butter or Margarine 2/3 cup | 100g brown sugar 1/2 tsp | almond extract (if you have it, I didn't)  1 2/3 cup | 150g almond flour / meal 50g chocolate roughly chopped  preheat oven to 160 C /320F line two baking trays beat butter and sugar together  beat in almond extract mix in almond flour and stir until combined. Will seem dry at first but will get stickier.  cook 14 mins enjoy! 

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Hot cross buns (without the cross)

Gluten and Lactose Free Hot Buns Ingredients 300ml oat-milk 1 orange, zested or I used clementine  50g unsalted butter (or lactose free block butter) 1 egg, beaten 1 tbsp olive oil 500g gluten free bread flour blend 80g caster sugar 14g  yeast ½ tsp salt 1 tbsp plain gluten-free flour 1 tsp mixed crushed cardamon + cinnamon + nutmeg 100g dried mixed fruit For the tops 1 egg, beaten How to 1.Heat the oat-milk and zest the orange into it. Add the butter too. Keep heating until little bubbles form on the edge.  2. Leave the milk to cool. Add all the dry ingredients together. 3. Add the egg and oil. Then add the cooled Milk. Mix it well until its all combined. ...

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ZM x Anthropologie: Behind the Scenes

      Behind the Scenes  We got lost in a sea of boxes and jewellery!    During the whole process, I moved from London to Cornwall staying a month with my parents in between (after isolations with each move).    So the pieces were first created in my studio in Clapton Hackney. I experimented with different concepts and ideas and then after meetings with the Anthropologie team we finally decided to create an extension to my Roads collection. Each piece was carefully created before being handed over to the casters for the samples to be made.  The boxes were stamped at my parent's house, each one individually by me. Then the final pieces where cast in London, and then...

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