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Lorraine Pascale

England
TV chef • British Vogue Contributing editor • Mindset Coach • food Network USA Judge • UK Government Fostering Ambassador lou@stormartists.com

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Food, Health, Chef
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Lorraine Pascale's Top Content

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Ginger snap pastry with vanilla ‘cheesecake’ filling, topped with fresh fruits and hazelnuts Thinking of ideas for Christmas. It is nice to do and serve up the unexpected sometimes when you are looking for some gluten-free/ #plantbased ideas. Pastry 250g of flour, I use gluten-free buckwheat you can use regular if you wish 125g of butter, cut in to cubes (make sure it is quite a firm butter) 2 tbsp of ginger, 3 tsp of cinnamon 3 tsp of mixed spice big pinch of salt big pinch of nutmeg 2 tbsp of coconut sugar (regular sugar is fine) 2 tbsp of maple syrup 64-85ml of oat milk or your favourite nut milk filling 450g of ‘cream cheese’ I used @nushfoods one 150g-200g of icing sugar (add to taste) 2 tbsp of maple syrup 2-3 tsp of vanilla extract icing sugar Fruit I used: 2 satsumas a handful of grapes 1 small box of blueberries 1 handful of hazelnuts a few dried cranberries a few sprigs of red currants 1 x 34cm by 12 cm tin (but you can play around with tin sizes as long it as it around this size. Or simply adjust the amount of filling you need to use if you use a much larger or much smaller tin). Fruit A mixture of your favourite fruit Put the flour in to a bowl along with the butter, ginger, cinnamon, mixed spice, salt, nutmeg, and coconut sugar. Then rub the mixture together using your fingers until the mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs. Then using a knife stir in to the maple syrup and add enough of the oat milk until the dough just comes together but is not too wet. Wrap the dough in cling film and then pop in to the fridge for 30 minutes or the freezer for 15 minutes for the dough to firm up. `Once the dough has firmed up a bit, roll it out to a rectangle just a bit larger than the tin. And then carefully pick up the pastry and place it over the tin. Ease the pastry in to the tin without stretching it so it does not shrink in the oven and then pop back in to the fridge for 20 minutes or so. Pre-heat the oven to 180c. Once the tart case has firmed up, remove it from the fridge and put some baking parchment in to the tin so that it comes up the sides. Continues in comments #plantbased
8,668 | November 8, 2018
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Today’s thought: I was at a dinner the other day. A suited man to my left was asking me what I was up to next. I told him what I was setting out to achieve. He told me that I needed to manage my expectations. . . . Inside I went incandescent with rage. But I said to him with calmness in my voice ‘I’m not in the habit of managing my expectations but thank you for your feedback.’ I necked my martini (dry with a twist) then excused myself from the table. . . . I phoned a family friend from the loo and told them what had happened. I was of course still incandescent 😡They told me he was wrong of course and then told me to calm down... red flag 🚩 to a bull 😂🙏🏾 . . . Some of us have spent years feeling afraid to speak out. In relationships, Friendships and at work. . . . If you were not born into a family culture where you were encouraged to be heard as a child, this dynamic often plays out in adulthood. My mother encouraged me to speak out at times but being the only black child in the village, adopted by a white family and fostered many times over, i thought I needed to be invisible to be accepted. . . . . It can be anxiety inducing to finally speak your truth but the world needs you to honour who you are. Our children need to see the strength in us. That it is okay to stand for something, that it’s okay to say no and that it’s okay to walk away from situations and people that no longer serve us. We do not need to be liked by everyone. . . . don’t believe them when they say it can’t be done and shout who you are from the rooftops! . . Happy international Women’s day dear followers. I hope it’s a good one with love, inner peace and belonging. LPx Ps. I don’t know why I put the doughnuts there either.
8,215 | March 8, 2019

Lorraine Pascale's Audience Demographics

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United States
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