Pumpkin Soup Recipe

With Halloween approaching I thought I’d share my pumpkin soup recipe to use up all the scraped out innards of everyone’s favourite orange squash. I’m afraid I’m not very exact on the quantities as we’ve made this so often I tend to be on auto pilot when preparing and quantities really depend on your taste preferences. To make you’ll need pumpkin or squash, a large … Continue reading Pumpkin Soup Recipe

Best Of Pinterest Awards

Looking for some inspiration? Its definitely worth checking out the Best of Pinterest Awards boards.  Pinterest is a great source of ideas and their best of boards showcase those they think epitomise creativity. The award currently cover food including best kids food and interiors. Here’s some of my favourites but worth having a look yourself – https://uk.pinterest.com/awardsuk/ Continue reading Best Of Pinterest Awards

National Tea Day

Well apparently today is national tea day so would be rude not to indulge in a cup of two. Unsurprisingly the media have a load of interesting articles worth taking a quick break and brewing yourself a cuppa A great historical article from The Guardian – https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/the-northerner/2017/mar/27/tea-drinkers-england-how-to-1958-archive The Independent provides what they claim to be a definitive guide to making a great cuppa – http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/features/national-tea-day-the-definitive-guide-to-making-the-perfect-cup-of-tea-a6991441.html Advice on how … Continue reading National Tea Day

Why Not Buy a Cheester Egg

With Easter approaching the chocolate manufacturers are looking forward to a bumper year but if you want to buy a gift for those who don’t have a sweet tooth cheese may be the perfect solution. How about buying a Cheester Egg A solid cheese egg created by Wildes Cheeses, an independent, award winning,  artisan company.  You can purchase these at http://sowrongitsnom.com/shop/cheester-egg/.     Continue reading Why Not Buy a Cheester Egg