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A VERY SIMPLE SWEET MOROCCAN SLAW

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    It is still cold outside. It’s miserable, it’s wet & I’m done. Just get here already, Spring! This super simple sweet slaw (I get double dollar for alliteration) should help cheer up even the gloomiest of days though, so it’s fine. Eat this, put some sunglasses on your face & enjoy the fact that it’s March, and pretty soon we’re going to be eating food like this all the time – maybe even al […]

A VERY SIMPLE SWEET MOROCCAN SLAW

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It is still cold outside. It’s miserable, it’s wet & I’m done. Just get here already, Spring! This super simple sweet slaw (I get double dollar for alliteration) should help cheer up even the gloomiest of days though, so it’s fine. Eat this, put some sunglasses on your face & enjoy the fact that it’s March, and pretty soon we’re going to be eating food like this all the time – maybe even al fresco! Simple […]

STAYING IN: FRIENDS ITALIAN FEAST

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Last weekend I had a couple of friends over for the evening. One of them I haven’t seen for well over a year so there was a lot of catching up to do! Rather than going out to a fancy restaurant, I thought that it would be really nice to stay at home, all relaxed & cosy and cook a big Italian feast that would see us through the evening. Even though I wanted it […]

THE WEEKEND EDIT: 28.02.15

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This has taken me forever this week (you’re welcome, ha!) – I don’t know why, either?! Maybe i’m not that inspired because I have a horrendous cold that just won’t bug off? Maybe I get myself into these little blog series’s, then regret it almost instantly? I dunno, but I’m thinking this might become a monthly thing, or maybe I’m so fickle that you’ll see these every week now until the end of time? Blogger-brain […]

A LITTLE BIT OF DEVON

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Whilst we had a chance, this 1/2 term break we took a fairly hefty road trip from Bath to Sussex to Devon, before arriving home again a few days later. It was a whistle-stop tour mainly to catch up with family, but because the weather was so awesome to us, we managed to sneak in a few of our favourite beaches on the day that we were in Devon. By the time we arrived, the sun was really trying […]

STRAWBERRY, BANANA & GOJI SMOOTHIE

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This recipe was chosen by my kiddos – they really really love a good old smoothie! I think they feel like they’re getting a real treat if they get this as part of a breakfast or a lunch meal-time, and I’m happy because, well, fruit! I got sent these super cute enamel beakers from Hinton’s (a lovely family run business from Dorset selling a huge range of stylish homeware) and the first thing my three wanted to do, was […]

CELEBRATING WOMEN WITH #ARWOMAN

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MY #ARWOMAN – JONI MITCHELL Whilst on holiday last week I received an email from the fashion brand Atterley Road asking me if I would be involved in their new campaign, #ARWOMAN which is all about women openly celebrating each other. It was possibly the fastest email response I’ve ever given – I really can’t imagine not wanting to be a part of something like that. When I got thinking about the women who have inspired me over the years however, […]

TOAST: 6/52

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Toast 6/52: toasted sourdough, red pepper hummus, sauteed chestnut mushrooms, coriander, sweet chilli sauce. Toast: A weekly project from Tangerine Canteen, where I share some of my favourite toppings on one of my favourite things ever – TOAST! Psst: Did anyone noticed that this is week 7 of 2015?! I don’t exactly know how that happened, but it does kind of explain the maths GCSE result of 1996.

SMOKED MACKEREL SALAD

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What’s that? Fish? But I thought you were a vegan? No, no, no people, keep up – that was last week! I’m only kind of joking. I haven’t eaten meat for what feels like forever, but I still like myself the odd piece of fish and I think I’ll always be a huge lover of seafood. I consider oily fish a vital part of my diet actually so I was practically giddy when I found […]