Monthly Archives: October 2014

Spooky Halloween Pasta

No greater love have I, than for beetroot. In the last 10 years it has been a regular feature in my garden and indeed kitchen and what better day to use it than on Halloween to really spook people out … Continue reading

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Goodbye Indian Summer

Spoilt we have been, bye bye ‘Indian Summer’, hello autumn. Cold it is not, wet and windy it is. I actually adore the change in seasons, collecting conkers, making leaf wands, splashing through the puddles. Jack Frost has been about … Continue reading

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Snacking

To snack or not to snack?┬áThe perpetual dilemma for mothers of little people who need to get the balance right between keeping the batteries charged yet not ruining their little darlings appetite at the next sitting. As a rule I … Continue reading

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The proof is in the pudding

We are not really a pudding family. I don’t count ice cream or cakes, so beyond that classic puds rarely get a look in. Occasionally I knock one up to remind myself they exist but on the whole they rarely … Continue reading

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