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Baked beans are a staple in most, if not all, British households. And why not? They’re so versatile, nutritious, easy to grab and heat in a flash. Where there is a tin of baked beans, there is a meal.
July’s Degustabox was a hit! It was like the drinks’ special with lots of new, healthy and exciting beverages to try. Fizzy cucumber anyone? Genius.
There is truly no place like Rome. It’s history, culture, sunshine and sheer beauty make it one of the world’s most romantic and educational cities. Even if you have never been to Rome before and don’t really know where to … Continue reading
I was delighted to receive the June Degustabox for review. I’m not sure of the history and origins of this box but a quick search in Google translate suggests that ‘degusta’ means ‘taste’ in Romanian.
Did you all have a nice Christmas and New Year celebrations? Mine was quiet and simple, at home with Rob and the animals. I had major surgery 2 weeks before Christmas and so my usual crazy antics of baking and … Continue reading
Tofu, a vegan staple that once baffled me and that I thought was bland and had a funny texture. Now a staple that I always have in my fridge and even make my own fresh tofu at home regularly.
The colder nights are drawing in already, it seems the British summer was over before it began this year. But I actually love it as it gets into Autumn and then cosy winter nights with a fire and fluffy socks … Continue reading
I’ve always loved sausage casserole. I have fond memories as a child of eating huge servings of casserole made with Linda McCartney sausages and a packet of sauce mix with a giant helping of fluffy mashed potatoes, so much that … Continue reading
Much of the time, my regular daily meals are thrown together, simple concoctions that I wouldn’t even consider sharing on Poppy’s Patisserie because, well, I think it would be quite the insult. Beans on toast, cereal and almond milk, pasta … Continue reading
I know it’s almost June and to many (most) of you in the world it will seem crazy to be posting a recipe for a cozy, comforting soup with warm spiced bread. However, here in the South of England, we … Continue reading