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Fruity Teacake

The old fashioned tea cake perfect for having with a cuppa! Its spongy base with plump dried fruits complements the aromatic flavours of the Great British cup of tea perfectly! 300g mixture of dried cherries and berries 225ml hot tea 1 orange, juice and zest 50g butter 100g light brown sugar 1 egg 225g self-raising flour 4 tbsp demerara sugar Method 1. Place the dried fruits in a bowl and pour over the hot tea, orange juice and zest. Cover with cling film, then leave for at least 4 hrs or better still overnight. 2. Heat oven to 180C/160C fan/gas 4. Grease and line the base of a 2lb loaf tin. Beat together the butter and sugar until creamy, then beat in the egg followed by the flour. Carefull

Revealed: Council closed Hollywall Lane, in Sandyford, after asbestos found in fly-tipped waste

This fly-tipped rubbish closed a busy road - after asbestos was found in the dumped waste. The rubbish - including corrugated iron and bags of waste - was strewn across Hollywall Lane, in Sandyford, over the weekend. Stoke-on-Trent City Council was alerted to the issue in the early hours of today and the road was immediately closed. It is a popular rat-run for motorists wanting to avoid Reginald Mitchell Way and led to rush-hour queues this morning. Now council officials have started an investigation to try to catch the fly-tippers. It is hoped that the road will be reopened later today. Councillor Terry Follows, cabinet member for greener city, said: "We received a report in the early hours

Food Hygiene Myths Busted

A recent article published by the BBC Good Food website has revealed the truth behind food safety myths thanks to the help of The Food Standards Agency. Without further ado... Myth 1 - The 'Five Second Rule' The good old trick that makes it acceptable to eat food that has been contaminated by a surface (most commonly the floor!). According to The Food Standards Agency when dropping food on the floor, it is immediately contaminated with bacteria, therefore it should be disposed of. Myth 2 - Washing Raw Chicken Contrary to popular belief, raw chicken shouldn't be washed. This is due to the high risk of bacteria being spread onto work stations and the consumer themselves. A person shouldn't be

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