So, let’s not beat around the bush. Prunes are a food most of us associate with keeping us, ahem, regular. They’re high in fibre, meaning that eating just 100g of prunes a day will keep your bowels functioning normally. READ MORE
I am ashamed to say I have been meaning to publish this recipe since about 2015 which is rather embarrassing. I mean, everyone has a to do list but to write something up 3 years late is tardy even by my standards. I have no excuse really other than it just sat there in my drafts, looking at me. Mocking me at times. READ MORE
I have in my ‘possession’ a 3 year old vegetable rejecter. Lawrence is not a fan of anything green, unless it’s a lollipop. Then he will just about tolerate it, but would much prefer the red or range lolly variety. READ MORE
Christmas is long over; the decorations packed up for another year, turkey sandwiches but a distant memory. And there’s that creeping sense of regret that 5 mince pies with a double Baileys chaser as a pre-dinner snackette may not have been so wise after all. My fat day jeans are tight, but I’m just not ready for salad yet. It’s too chilly for anything remotely lettuce like. READ MORE
Well this is just a very simple curry (simple – well I guess it has a lot of ingredients but it is simple in that this is really not a difficult recipe and is hard to balls up – put it this way, I can make this whilst also doing the packed lunches for the next day and browsing Instagram stories which are my own perfectly curated TV programme). READ MORE
We went to Poland. Yep, we flew on New Year’s Day to Krakow for a little mini break. Now, let me tell you, it was budget – I used my Nectar card points to buy some of the break on Expedia, so it wasn’t exactly a ‘treat’ in terms of luxury. READ MORE
I’m a mum of 3 boys, a cookbook writer and also a finalist on the 2011 Great British Bake Off.
I’ve decided to record the recipes I use, partly to save them somewhere and partly in case someone else might like to use them...