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Home-made is best

I make 63 jars of mar­malade ev­ery year and in­tend to use one for your cake recipe from the Jan/Feb 2018 is­sue. Please carry on giv­ing us re­gional recipes, as it is so nice to make these de­lights. We al­ways have a cup of tea and cake in the af­ter­noon, be­ing re­tired, and it is so nice to have a dif­fer­ent cake to try. I have sent a photo of my Christ­mas cakes, in­clud­ing one be­fore the ic­ing was com­plete, which were made for the church bazaar, along with some of my chut­neys and mar­malade. I also make Christ­mas pud­dings and cakes, as well as pick­les; some­thing I think is dy­ing out. Soon, home cook­ing and bakes may be­come a thing of the past as ev­ery­thing can be bought in the shops, but they do not taste as good as the home-made ver­sions. Chris Wells, by email

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