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Is it too soon to talk about Christmas?
It’s been too hot to turn the oven on for the last few days. Soaring 31’C temperatures have had me desperately seeking shade in cool rooms and definitely not baking hot meals. Even turning on the stove top is a dread but I’m … 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.
Do you eat breakfast every day? Just on weekends or perhaps you always skip to lunch?
Another beautiful day today – the day I get to share with you this stunning piece of work by my special friend, Somer McCowan of the spectacular vegan blog, Vedged Out.
A Great British traditional steamed pudding is simply a wonderful thing. For many of us, it is the ultimate comfort dessert, a dense, sweet, sponge with a generous helping of custard. I adore steamed puddings, especially jam roly poly or … Continue reading
I am so excited to share this recipe with you today. This has become such a favourite, not least for it’s versatility. The sauce can also be served as a soup, as it is or thinned with stock, water or … Continue reading
Now we all need some comfort in the form of food every now and then (or more now than then). One thing I have learnt, as an avid comfort eater, is that comfort food doesn’t automatically have to equate to … Continue reading
It’s apparently summer here in the UK, despite chilly, rainy days that leave me craving warm curries and jacket potatoes. Technically, it’s time for cooling salads and barbeques and gloriously hot pink Summer Pudding. So, here’s some inspiration for our … Continue reading
This was no ordinary sandwich. A sandwich to remember. Crunchy, nutrient dense sprouted seeds, crisp lettuce, cool cucumber, peppery radish and sweet tomato encased in a creamy peppered mayonnaise between two slices of bread. Take 2 slices of your bread … Continue reading