Here we are, already half way through the month, with holidays fast approaching. I can hardly wait for the summer … More
If we were having coffee…or even a cup of tea…we would be sipping orange pekoe from tLeafT and eating miniature … More
Well, almost wordless….a bit of information about things I have had for lunch recently working from home. Enjoy! You can … More
When I lived in Scotland, kale was the dark, green leafy vegetable that you bought when there wasn’t much else. It was tough, a bit bitter, and you kind of felt you were eating it because it was good for you (it is full of vitamin C) rather than for enjoyment.
At a loss as to what to write here today, I had a look at other ‘post themes’ around and … More
Wellington on a Plate is not just about burgers, cocktails and gourmet dining, it is also a chance to go to events from guided foraging to talks to demonstrations
It’s Monday, it’s a new week…and it’s time to think about the small pleasures of the past week. It is … More
As a child, I hated mustard, no doubt because my first encounter was with that bright yellow English mustard, spread … More