Ah, January, the month of New Year New Me, #fitness and detoxing! I know a few people completing dry January or in my case Dry-er January. It's dry January without the pressure. I am so used to being off work or having a few friends round and cracking open a bottle of wine. Diluting juice
Hands up who can relate? We are quite an organised house and we try to plan our meals for the week in advance and write them on a big blackboard we have in the kitchen. However, we are a bit stuck in a rut. Apparently, on average households eat the same 7-8 meals on rotation.
A Simple Guide to using your Breadmaker - Easy Breadmaker Recipes Since I got engaged I wanted a breadmaker. Most girls dream of a massive white wedding, some dream of a luxurious honeymoon, I was most keen on the John Lewis Gift List. This may make me sound shallow and presumptuous, but deep down most
I love cooking. I love experimenting with different flavors and going with it. Sometimes it works, other times it doesn't. My uni flatmates will tell you all about 'weird pie' which was towards the end of the month I used to just make dinner that involved all the ingredients in my cupboard and hoped for
Rhubarb and Ginger Cupcakes My husband had some spare rhubarb at work and we had ginger from a recipe we tried a few weeks ago. So I thought lets combine the two. The recipe is based on a Jamie Oliver Recipe. Although if you have read any of my food blogs up to this point,
Chocolate Shortbread Twists These are a perfect and easy make to make over the festive period. For any unexpected guests or yourself. I’ll be the first to admit they weren’t as successful as I hoped. The recipe is found in last years Great British Bake Off Recipe Book. Although I deviated from Mary Berry’s recipe