The Pin: Overnight Barley Porridge from Eat Simply, Eat Well My Version:
I don’t know about you guys but cookery books and the internet seem to have a distinct lack of recipes for two people (let alone one person!). Some recipes you can easily half but many become unattainable The Pin: Courgetti
I wrote our meal plan a few weeks ago around the concept that Aubergine was in season, I simply searched my pins for Aubergine and these came up. After our Pescetarian experiment we are still trying to eat more fish
Hi Fitness fans, from lots of outside activities last month, some inclement weather has sent me inside. Yin Yoga @ Om River Yoga A photo posted by Stephanie (@stephaniemuzzall) on Aug 13, 2015 at 9:22am PDT I’ve stalked my
What’s for lunch? I asked Soup.. said David Bread.. said David AND CHEESE I shouted! This holy trinity of lunch items is possible the only lunch I’ve ever had when at David’s father’s home in Derbyshire. I love the time
Far too long ago than I really should admit, Hannah and I went to a food writing talk in Borough Market. I really enjoyed the talk but got even more out of Hannah and I’s chats afterwards. The glasses of
It’s not feeling very summery at the moment, but we have had some beautiful weather which inspired me to search for some sunny, seasonal recipes on Pinterest. Here are the summer recipes I’ve tried and tested over the last month.
After all my fun activities in Vietnam I came back to the UK with a bit of a bump. With no gym membership I decided to throw myself into looking into ways to get fit outside at home in Blighty.
To cut a long story short, my long run got cut short due to injury and I am now on complete rest until my knee recovers. So expect a hec of a lot of baking around here for a few
A Warm Welcome. This is my first thought when I think back to last week’s lunch and the reason I would recommend The Yew Tree. I’d had a bit of a rubbish weekend until this point and arrived at The Yew