My Work In Print – Seasonal Food Journal

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Last summer I was asked if I would like to contribute a recipe to a seasonal food journal published by BrightHouse; I jumped at the chance as I thought that it would be lovely to actually see one of my recipes in print (I would love to write a cookbook one day!).

The journal is a collection of recipes covering the seasons and different celebrations throughout the year – Christmas, Easter, Halloween, Valentine’s Day and Bonfire Night. My contribution was a recipe aimed at Valentine’s Day (which is coming up really soon!); my mini nutella stuffed chocolate chunk skillet cookie for two – a bit of a long name I know! It is a deliciously gooey, decadent cookie which is filled with a layer of nutella and baked in a skillet pan; it serves two people perfectly and is best eaten warm, straight from the skillet with a spoon and plenty of ice cream.

The other recipes in the journal were all contributed by fellow food bloggers and it includes such tasty treats as rhubarb and rose Linzer biscuits, malteaser brownies, Jersey Royal frittata and pumpkin spice bliss balls, along with many others. The journal is available to download here (for free!), along with a previous one covering mains and desserts, do go and take a look. My cookie recipe can also be seen on Domestic Gothess here.

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3 Comments on My Work In Print – Seasonal Food Journal

  1. Julie
    January 30, 2017 at 1:15 pm (1 year ago)

    Congratulations! This is just one of many recipes you will see in print!

    • hannahhossack
      February 8, 2017 at 7:26 pm (1 year ago)

      Thanks Julie! I hope so!

  2. Sally
    January 30, 2017 at 8:11 pm (1 year ago)

    Well done Hannah. You’re taking off!


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