Soooo last week James and I may have put our Christmas tree up. We had a mixed reaction when I shared this information to the masses on social media, some have judged, others have praised. Perhaps premature however I am determined to get in the festive spirit early this year. I say this most years… Read More Homemade Christmas wreath
James’ parents have a lovely farm on the beautiful west coast of Pembrokeshire in Wales. Visiting is the perfect opportunity to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life for a couple of days, go for long walks, not worry about what time it is and just relax. The end of one of their fields… Read More Christmas prep begins with Sloe Gin
Once upon a time before Quorn mince, substitute veggie chicken and tofu there was Sosmix. A popular meat alternative for vegetarians that could be used to make up sausages, burgers, pies etc. Since then it has slowly gone out of fashion and is increasingly difficult to get your hands on. Which I discovered to be a… Read More Vegetarian inspired baking with HomeSense
I’m a huge fan of the Great British Bake Off, drooling over the food, the innocent innuendo, Mel and Sue and of course Mary Berry’s jackets. The only problem is that I sit craving cake for the whole hour and then for the rest of the evening. In last week’s episode the contestants were tasked… Read More Recipe: Great British Bake Off inspired Vanilla Cream Eclairs
Instead of going out this weekend, I suggested to Alan we make some homemade pizzas. Cheaper than takeaway and more fun than buying one from the supermarket. I love how creative you can be with the toppings and you know exactly what is going into them. We popped by Waitrose and picked out our ingredients.… Read More Pizza night. Guess which one is made of cauliflower.