“but anti-social doesn’t mean anti-inquisitive…” Continue reading Greek therapy…
“I managed 10 minutes of domestic bliss : baking with the correct ingredients; without a deadline; and plugged in to Netflix, before number 1 son brought the shitty (excuse the terrible pun) news : “mum, I think the toilet’s blocked” Continue reading Mrs Saffer’s Ginger Cake
“Anyone else play the ‘what would be your last meal’ game for fun (black humour reigns chez moi)? So whilst my kids take ages choosing between dishes and then negotiating 2 starters and basically way more food than they could possibly stomach, its chicken all the way for me” Continue reading Frugal Feasting – Part 2 : make that chicken work for you!
Yummy stuff that won’t break the bank, isn’t difficult to cook up and should see you through the ‘short’ season with full bellies and satisfied taste buds. Continue reading Frugal Feasting – Part 1 : starters & sides
Only those of us Brits living a train, plane or boat ride away from M&S can possibly understand the irrational joy that I (and many others) experienced earlier this year, when the store re-opened its flagship Brussels doors after ten years in scone-less exile. In a matter of weeks following the May opening, I: a) became addicted to cottage cheese (weird I know); b) managed to convince myself its ok to … Continue reading Lentil Lament