Friday, 15 August 2014
This has to be one of the best boxes I've received so far from The Vegan Kind - I know I say that every month but they do seem to be getting better and better and that definitely says something about the content of these awesome boxes!
Sunday, 27 July 2014
If you're new to my blog, you may not be familiar with The Vegan Kind Monthly Subscription Box. Each month for £12.95 (including postage and packing in the UK), between 5 and 8 items are selected by the company and packaged into a lovely box along with a recipe card and useful information about the products. The awesome thing about these boxes is the surprise, you never know what's going to be inside.
Thursday, 24 July 2014
Sainsbury's sent me some ice lolly moulds a couple of weeks ago and since the weather has been so beautifully hot, I thought I'd share my dairy free and much healthier version of the milk ice lollies which used to be a huge hit with my children ...and with me!
Thursday, 3 July 2014
Everyone who loves ice cream should consider acquiring a copy of this book! No bookshelf should be without it! It's packed full of enticing recipes to suit both kids and adults from everyday treats to refined dinner party desserts and you'll be glad to know that most of the recipes are quite simple to prepare. Even though some are a little more fiddly and require a little patience, the end result will be worth it.
Tuesday, 1 July 2014
Not long ago I was contacted to see if I would like to contribute some recipes for the World of Food's July 2014 issue of 101 Sugar-Free Recipes and I was very happy and excited to share a few. The timing of this particular publication couldn't have come at a better time!
Saturday, 28 June 2014
GREAT NEWS IF YOU LIVE IN THE UK & EUROPE!!!
Social Media is an amazing way to spread the word about where to find your gluten free food and essentials and over the past couple of weeks I've noticed a few very positive posts about Freego, a new website specialising entirely in gluten free food - YES!
Sunday, 15 June 2014
My memories of rhubarb crumble go back a long, long time - back to my childhood and farm holidays in the south-west of England. Every year my parents would take us to Somerset, Devon or Cornwall and we would spend the first week on one farm and then pack up to go to another for the next. One of my clearest and fondest memories is being woken up at half past three in the morning to find my father at the bedroom door announcing it was time to get up and go on holiday, we were so excited. In those days there were no motorways and the journey could take anything from 12 to 14 hours in our little salmon pink Triumph Herald.