This was a delicious recipe! Check it out here: Mild Chicken Curry 1-1½ tsp coconut oil or sunflower oil 1 large onion, finely chopped 2 fat garlic cloves, crushed 1cm fresh ginger, grated or finely chopped 1 tsp ground coriander 1 tsp yellow mustard seed 1 tsp garam masala ½ tsp ground cumin 1 x 500g pack chicken pieces (thighs and drumsticks),… Continue reading Mild Chicken Curry
A couple of years ago my Granny died and when my Mum was sorting out her belonging's she found a baby’s dress that she had kept in a drawer for most of her adult life. This was a dress she had bought for her baby girl who only survived days after birth. My Dad is one… Continue reading Baby Loss Awareness Week
We’ve just finished our first official month of home educating or “doing learning at home” as Reuben calls it. One of my worries when we were trying to decide whether to home educate or not was would we find enough things to do in the days when a lot of friends would be at school! I'm… Continue reading September, where have you gone?
I want to share some of my thoughts on the recipes I am trying out as I try to be a bit more adventurous with our food. I will try and share my experience of how they worked when either making them with kids or just for them!! So today the boys and I made… Continue reading Ricotta and Courgette Fritters
I don't think I realised it until more recently but I come from a family of “foodies.” There I said it, it’s in my DNA to love good food! As far as my earliest memories take me, my family has enjoyed food and eating together. My Grandad loved food, and I'd say my Mum has… Continue reading A Food Loving Family
A friend of mine recently started blogging and her first blog was entitled “Do more of what makes you happy!” This got me thinking and reminded me how much I also love to write. I guess it's a great way to splurge all of the stuff that I’ve been thinking about and make sense of… Continue reading Well, here I go…