Friday, 28 September 2007

Tea Bread Update!

Here is a link below that explains the difference between sultanas, raisins and currants. Hope this helps anyone. Love Jeena x

Difference between raisins and sultanas


15 comments:

USHA said...

Hi Jeena,

Tea bread looks awesome..hmmm spiral pasta too...really a good piece of information about currants,raisins,sultan...thanks.

MrsB said...

Hi Jeena, I love your blog, your food looks amazing and I love all your pictures. Can we exchange links with other each, i've added you to my blog, thanks for your comment, i only started blogging a month ago but it's such fun! x

Jen said...

My mum has a recipe that's very similar to yours. It's always the recipe I turn to when I want a slice of something comforting with a cuppa. I'm off to look up the recipe now as I can't remember if it's sultantas, currants or raisins!

Love the blog by the way. Thanks for visiting mine and leaving such a lovely message.

Carolyn said...

Just stopped by your blog as I am getting into baking and am looking ofr new ideas ...will spend some time looking at your blog

great recipes

Linn said...

Hello, I just came across your blog and I love all your detailed photos and descriptions. So many nice steps for each recipe, I'm looking forward to exploring your site further...

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chanit said...

Hi Jeena
Just came to say : I love your Blog ! :-)
and Thanks for visiting mine .

Jeena said...

Hey Usha thankyou for the lovely comment, people were asking about the fruits so I thought I best put that link on. :)

Hi MrsB blogging is fun your right. It is nice to be able to write about the cooking you enjoy and share it. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a lovely comment. :)

Hey Jen thatsa nice that your mum makes a similar recipe I am sure it is tasty too. Thanks for the lovely comment. :)

Hi Carolyn thanks for taking the time to look at my blog. I'm glad you like my recipes. :)

Hello Linn thnaks for the lovely comment, I'm sure you will love some more recipes. :)

Hi Chanit thankyou for stopping by my blog. Hope to see you back. :)

Latha Narasimhan said...

Good information on raisins currants etc! Jeena dear I am a regular visitor to your blog! Only I was very busy and did not find time to include a lot of blogs in my blogroll! I am always there for you and love some of your recipes!:))

Anali said...

Thank you for this public service! I've always wondered about the differences between raisins and currants. I'd never heard of sultanas before. Your tea bread looks incredible! Thanks for stopping by my blog too! ; )

Paw Paw said...

Hello Jeena,

Thanks for the information.
Now I know the difference! :P
I have linked yr blog to mine as well....
Cheers!

Happy cook said...

Hey jeena i am from Kerala and your chicken look just like my mom makes so thanks to the blog were you found it.

Kribha said...

Thanks for the info. I found it really useful.

. sammi . said...

Hiya Jeena!
How are you? Cooking lots I hope !! I have added your wonderful blog to my links on my blog...look forward to checking in often and taking the time to read what wonderful culinary creations you have been making! ♥ Your friend, Sammi!

remya said...

hy jeena...kerala chicken curry looks yummy...i'm from kerala..we make the same style....taste gud naa...goes well with appam ,idiyyapam ...try that combo...