• Christmas Food; Mincemeat And Marzipan Slice

    13th November 2019

    I love mince pies.  They just had to be my favourite part of Christmas.  I usually start making them mid-November and make at least one batch a week.  I also make them as gifts for friends.  I think as you get older a festive gift of food is so much nicer.  To make my mince…

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  • Christmas Food; Chocolate And Raspberry Trifle

    4th November 2019

    Everyone loves an easy dessert.  One that is quick to make but looks and tastes like you have taken forever to make.  This is a cheat’s chocolate and fresh raspberry trifle with no cooking or baking involved. Chocolate roll or chocolate cake 200g of dark chocolate Punnet of raspberries Seedless raspberry jam 250g Mascarpone cheese…

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  • Christmas Food; Prawn Cocktail

    30th October 2019

    I’m not sure if you have a starter or not with your Christmas lunch but even if you don’t this classic and simple to make prawn cocktail is a lovely addition to any meal or as a main for a light lunch.  This recipe is 5 simple ingredients: Pre cooked prawns Lettuce Mayonnaise Tomato ketchup…

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  • Lunch At Cock N Bull Mere Green, Birmingham

    28th October 2019

    [REVIEW] Last week I was invited by Cock ‘N’ Bull for a meal at their bar in Mere Green. Cock ‘N’ Bull also has a second pub in Stourbridge which I have visited before. If you are looking for somewhere with a relaxed atmosphere and a simple tasty food menu then a Cock ‘N’ Bull…

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  • Christmas Food; Homemade Mince Pies

    21st October 2019

    Christmas isn’t Christmas without homemade mince pies. Flaky buttery sweet pastry encasing rich mincemeat full to the brim with rich decadent fruits and that lovely sticky sauce. If you’re lucky it will also have a little alcohol, brandy, for example, mixed in as well. My Grandmother was a tremendous sweet pastry cook. He pastry was…

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  • How to Reduce Plastic Waste With A Sodastream

    14th October 2019

    [REVIEW] I’m not sure what it’s like in your house but we get through so many bottles of sparkling water and lemonade. I’m not a fan of water by its self but do understand the benefits of making sure I drink enough water every day. Due to a couple of chronic illnesses, it is essential…

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  • Great Additions to Your Child’s Lunchbox That You Should Grab Today

    10th October 2019

    [AD] Have you been struggling to find the perfect little accompaniments to your child’s lunchbox every day? Are you getting tired of finding uneaten apples and veggie sticks sitting in the bottom of the box every time they come home? Parents with picky eaters often find it difficult to provide their kids with a balanced…

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  • Breakfast At Sally Lunn’s, Bath

    7th October 2019

    What can I say about Sally Lunn’s? Well, let me start by saying they make the most amazing breakfasts. Sally Lunns is one of the oldest houses in Bath and is much more than the world-famous tea and eating house. Sally Lunn created the first Bath Bunn which are still made today and form part of…

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  • Afternoon Tea Cookery Class At Cookery School, London

    25th September 2019

    [REVIEW] Last month I was invited to attend an afternoon tea cookery class at the Cookery School, Little Portland Street in Central London for a three-hour cookery class learning how to bake an afternoon tea. The session ended with us eating what we had baked along with a glass of fizz. During the cookery class…

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  • California Chicken, Veggie, Avocado and Rice Bowls.

    5th September 2019

    Today I am sharing this California chicken, veg, avocado rice bowl recipe from fellow blogger Rebecca who blogs at Imperfect Mummy. What is there not to love about chicken spiced with cayenne and smoked paprika with fesh herbs served with rice, veg, avocado, tomatoes, toasted walnuts and crumbled blue cheese? This rice bowl recipe is…

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