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    Either make it just before you leave and wrap it in foil or the easier option is make it that morning and wrap in foil and re heat in the oven for ten mins (and would smell divine!)

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    When the weather cools like this I love to make sticky date pudding or a bread and butter pudding for dessert. Or a nice tea cake or a Madeira cake might be nice with tea and coffee.


 

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