From the kitchen


Got to share tonight's tea with you! I don't usually go in for food sharing online, but this is one of the easiest, tastiest, inexpensive meals I've made for such a long time and it is definitely worth showing you. Baby potatoes with olive oil, sage, rosemary, thyme, salt and pepper, and chicken breasts bashed... Continue Reading →

Budget Gourmet – Sausage Casserole


You know when you want something tasty and filling but there's not a lot in the cupboard? Well, try this one for size. It will feed four healthy appetites, and can stretch easily: 8 sausages, any flavour a chopped onion a tin of baked beans a tin of chopped tomatoes 2 tins of new potatoes... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Hodgepodge – Jan 26th


Welcome to my Wednesday Hodgepodge. As ever, thanks go to Joyce from across the pond for setting the questions!! 1.Will you watch the Super Bowl? If so who will you root for? If you are outside the USA what is the 'big deal sporting event' in your own country? I live in England so have... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Hodgepodge


DO YOU LIKE YOUR NAME? WERE YOU NAMED AFTER SOMEONE? IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN HOW DID YOU SETTLE ON THEIR NAMES? I believe I have grown into my name as time has gone on. I didn’t particularly like it when I was a kid, but it’s grown on me as I’ve turned into an adult... Continue Reading →

Monday curiosity


I borrowed this from Curious as a Cat (see my blogroll for the link). A bit different for a Monday morning. 1) Do you know any recipes by heart? If so, write one down off the top of your head. I know how to make plenty of "family dishes" but until I came across this... Continue Reading →

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