34Stay­ing in

Sunday Mirror (Northern Ireland) - - Staying In -

Method: Re­quires a bread maker

1 Put yo­ghurt and but­ter in mea­sur­ing jug, mi­crowave for 30-40 sec­onds un­til but­ter melts. Lightly beat eggs in sep­a­rate bowl.

2 Fit knead­ing blade into bread pan. Add yo­ghurt, eggs and sugar. Mix. Add flour to cover liq­uid. Put yeast, cin­na­mon and salt on top.

3 Se­lect brioche set­ting (30 min­utes rest­ing, 25-45 min­utes knead­ing and 35 min­utes ris­ing) and start. When ready, tip dough on to flour-dusted work­top and press to de­flate. Rest for 5 min­utes. 4 Dust rolling pin with flour and roll dough into 40cm x 30cm rec­tan­gle. Spread dough with soft­ened but­ter and sprin­kle with sugar and cin­na­mon. Press fill­ing lightly with your hands. Start­ing on long side, roll dough (not too tightly) into log. Trim edges and cut into 12 even pieces. 5 Place buns on large tray lined with bak­ing pa­per. Cover with greased cling film and rise for 40 min­utes. 6 Bake in mid­dle of oven pre­heated to 200C/180C fan for 15 min­utes. Re­duce tem­per­a­ture to 180C/160C fan and bake for an­other 20 min­utes. Cover with foil. 7 Re­move, brush with maple syrup and leave to cool slightly. Mix ic­ing sugar, maple syrup, vanilla and enough wa­ter to make a thick but pourable glaze. Driz­zle over buns with spoon. fan­tas­tic way. The only real down­side is that the game isn’t par­tic­u­larly chal­leng­ing and there­fore has lim­ited re­play value. That said, de­vel­op­ers FromSoft­ware should be praised for tak­ing a risk and cre­at­ing some­thing dif­fer­ent that ul­ti­mately changes your per­cep­tions of what is a com­puter game.

David Raven


The late Ken­neth Williams reads an eight-part story by 19th Cen­tury au­thor and poet Thomas Love Pea­cock – not heard since 1979. The satir­i­cal tale, en­hanced by Williams’s voice, fol­lows the for­tunes of the Glowry fam­ily and was in­spired by the writer’s friend­ship with poet Percy Shel­ley.

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