So, we did all the hard work a few months ago, planting our kitchen garden and now we are beginning to reap the rewards of growing our own veg! Here’s how we did it! The great thing with this whole
This easy and frugal ‘beef & lentil beany tacos’ recipe uses lentils to bulk it out. It makes 500g of minced beef stretch a lot further than most other bolognese and chilli recipes and the great thing is, no one will
Seven years of infant/ primary school are coming to an end. The countdown to high school has begun. The final weeks of term are set to be a series of events, marking the year group’s departure, their achievements and waving
Here are our favourite recipes, along with some handy tips and tricks to ensure great flavour but still a healthy option! They are all highly versatile, allowing ingredients to be exchanged depending on taste or allergies.
When the children were babies and toddlers, we frequented Odds Farm Park in Wooburn Common, High Wycombe, on a regular basis. Back then the main feature was most certainly the animals, with a few added extras including an outdoor play area, an
This recipe is super versatile, quick, easy and cheap but more importantly, they all love it! The rice bulks out the dish and though you could use any white fish, hake is really cheap and you don’t even need that
During the half term holiday, we decided to make use of our National Trust membership once again and explore the grounds at Waddesdon Manor. Located near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, this National Trust property has been on our to-do list for a
Having two children of the approapriate age for the book, I was asked to review David Baddiel’s, AniMalcolm, in paperback. It’s always a bit of a worry when you are asked to review something, my first thought being, what do