• Mother’s Day Store-Cupboard Traybake

    March 22, 2020

    COVID-19 has shocked many of us. It’s affected the Photography and Food & Hospitality industries detrimentally and not only that, it’s affecting our daily lives. People are panicking, buying more food than they need and not supporting those who need it. Because of this, I’ve not been able to share with you my Rhubarb and…

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  • Pumpkin Falafel Flatbreads

    March 7, 2020

    On Thursday it was Plant Power Day – a day to remind people how good fruit and veggies are for us – and there’s no better opportunity to use the leftover pumpkin purée from my Pumpkin Loaf Cake that I’ve been saving in my freezer! INGREDIENTS 650g Pumpkin Puree 1tbsp Olive Oil 1 tin Chickpeas…

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  • Old Welsh Gingerbread

    March 1, 2020

    Welsh Translation: Bara Sinsir Cymreig This is a fiery and soft gingerbread that was usually sold at Welsh country fairs. Traditionally it contained no ginger but the addition of black treacle and candy peel tricks you into thinking the cake contains ginger. Along with being baked for fairs, it would also be used to celebrate…

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  • Rhubarb & Custard Pancakes

    February 22, 2020

    Pancake Day for me is a bit of a mad rush. Get home from work, change, walk the dog and then finally I get round to making pancakes. This means that usually I end up with the traditional lemon and sugar, or chocolaty nut spread. Quick but boring… This year I decided I was going…

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  • Korean Chicken Bao Buns

    February 9, 2020

    At the beginning of January, Adam and I headed to Digbeth Dining Club to check out what they had to offer. If you don’t know about it, DDC is the UK’s premier street food destination. Situated underneath the railway arches in Digbeth, Birmingham, with the aim to provide a platform for the best street food…

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  • Haggis Bonbons

    January 25, 2020

    I come from a very outdoorsy and adventurous family. My Mum loves nothing more than being outside in the sun shine and pottering around the garden. My Dad spent his younger year’s wild camping in Dartmoor, hiking up mountains and over the moors, and taking photos whilst he did so. When I came along those…

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  • Coffee & Walnut Loaf Cake

    January 23, 2020

    This post is dedicated to my wonderful, witty and loving Dad. Happy Birthday! I hope you had a lovely day, this cake is just for  you! Ever since I was little my Dad has always loved a slice of coffee cake. Nowadays we don’t live close to each other, but this doesn’t stop me being…

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  • Gin Poached Pears

    January 18, 2020

    Whether it’s Dry January or Gin-uary you’re following, I’ve got a recipe that no matter what you’re doing this month, you can give it a go. There is a catch however, if you’re following Dry Jan, then leave out the gin, this recipe will be just as tasty without! You can always add some alcohol…

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  • Avocado Egg Salad Sandwiches

    January 11, 2020

    January. A month of new beginnings, new resolutions and my birthday! A month where I have a brain full of new ideas and an increased need for adventures. And what do adventures need? Sandwiches! Last year I changed the way I eat, cutting out unnecessary sugar, cooking wholesome meals from scratch and cutting down on…

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  • Crack, Mac n Cheese

    December 26, 2019

    Uh huh, you read that right. Crack(ers), Mac n Cheese… Like normal Mac n Cheese BUT better. WAY BETTER! Now, I’m not sure if you’re like me but we always buy way too much food for Christmas, and I never thought I would say it but there’s only so many cheese boards a girl can…

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