Spoon the meringue into a round and bake on low with a dry tea towel under the lid for approximately one-and-a-half to two hours or when top is slightly firm to touch … [Read more...] about Home cook reveals how she made PAVLOVA in her Kmart air fryer – and all you need is five ingredients and just 40 minutes
Making rice crispy treats
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Since 1972, our farmers have relied on subsidies distributed through the EU’s much-derided Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). Under it, UK farmers are paid around £3 billion a year – with the average basic payment worth £22,700 per farm. However, this subsidy will be phased out in England from next year (and 2024 in Scotland and Wales) as part of a post-Brexit agricultural revolution. … [Read more...] about 60 days to save the British family farm: Tories rebel as Trade Secretary Liz Truss ‘plots to betray UK farmers’ for Trump deal that could see stores flooded with sub-standard imports
Air France-KLM said that its refundable voucher policy "constitutes a fair solution and a reasonable balance between the protection of their passengers and the operational realities that every airline has to face." … [Read more...] about TUI, Ryanair and British Airways among travel firms breaking the law by not giving customers refunds, says Which?
Super-rich landowners could receive thousands of pounds in taxpayer support without growing a single carrot. Details of the new environmental contracts remain vague and the system could prove fiendishly complicated and open to abuse. How, for example, will the protection of a peat bog be rewarded compared to planting a hedgerow or maintaining a footpath? … [Read more...] about ‘I voted Tory but they’ve kicked UK farmers in the teeth’: Award-winning farmer feels betrayed after MPs failed to stop food being sold in Britain that was produced abroad using lower safety or animal welfare standards