Winter inspired tea isn’t just for Christmas but an all round treat. It certainly works well in this easy to make tea loaf. You just need to be patient and leave the fruit to steep overnight.
With the second wave of Covid-19 taking over the country. Lockdown 2.0 the sequel is here.
Cabbage in a lasagne turns this into a real hearty comfort meal. I love Cavolo Nero and venison gives a traditional lasagne an autumn twist.
As my eldest said, I have quite a collection of lasagnes and this is one I have made a few times!
When I started running back in 1996, I was an ASICS girl. When I was training for the London Marathon in 2015, I was noticing I was getting hot spots on the balls of my feet. Graham at the Body Rehab said you should really try Hoka’s. Pronounced ‘Oh-nee’, this is a brand developed inContinue reading “Hoka’s”
Gently spiced fruity chicken encased in puff pastry. Delicious, just serve with dressed salad leaves.
These are so delicious and easy to make, great on its own with a cuppa. For an extra treat top with a generous dollop of clotted cream.
So here we are week whatever of lockdown, the elusive ‘R’ number is still around 1 and the world as we know it is a much different place. There does feel to be a light at the end of the tunnel as we navigate our way out of lockdown.
Love it or hate it as they say! This quick and easy spaghetti carbonara recipe is a twist on the classic dish using Marmite which gives it a delicious umami flavour. Serve with a generous sprinkle of parmesan and parsley. Super quick and so yummy.
On Monday 23 March 2020 Boris Johnson ordered people not to leave the house unless absolutely necessary. People to only go out to shop for essentials; for medical reasons or to care for the vulnerable; to travel to work that is “absolutely necessary” and cannot be done at home; and to exercise – once aContinue reading “Surviving lockdown”