This is a colourful curry which is so simply to make, chuck it all in to a slow cooker for a few hours. The hardest thing you need to do is a bit of chopping! Advertisements
My name is Gina and I have turned into crazy dog lady. My iPhone camera reel is full of dog pictures instead of the usual selfies.
A super easy recipe where the oven does most of the work. I love the crispy top.
This is complete comfort food. Ingredients 1 Cauliflower cut into florets 2 tbsp Olive oil 6 shallots, sliced 1 tsp caster sugar 1 thyme sprig 2 tbsp white wine 100g large pastashapes, such as conchiglioni 20g butter 1 bay leaf 2 tbsp plain flour 600ml milk 100g mature cheese 50g parmesa 50g Gruyere or comté 1 … More Cauliflower Chesse Pasta bake
With mental health there is no one size fits all in my experience. When I am brave enough to admit to people “I suffer with anxiety” people are shocked. It’s usually accompanied with “you? But you’re so outgoing, happy”.
It was probably about 5 years after moving to the Lake District, that I bought my first pair of walking boots and discovered my love for the hills.
My name is Gina and at 44 and 1/2 I’ve never had a pet. Unless you include a goldfish won at the fair whose lifespan was usually about a month!
I had always wanted to do the Carlisle to Settle/Settle to Carlisle railway journey. I love travelling by train, watching the world go by as I sit taking it all in. Even better if it is a steam train. In 2015 when Storm Desmond hit Cumbria, there was a landslide near Armathwaite which shut the … More A tick off the fabulist – Settle to Carlisle train journey
When I worked in a pub it was when I was 15, plus it was on the other side of the bar, being a waitress. As a real ale drinker I thought I should learn how to pour the perfect pint.
Another year has passed by in a blink of an eye, they say the older you get the quicker it passes. Though when I speak with my 2 stepsons, they think the same, I guess we are just leading busier lives.