Make Eat Get Read Go – December 2016

December – the month of all things festive and treats. Make – Christmas Pudding Playdough Ever since I discovered how easy it is to make playdough there is no going back. Especially when my kitchen cupboards are full of flavours and colours to make the basic dough different. I’d go as far to say I […]

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Make Eat Get Read Go – November ’16

November has truly flown by busy with both work, family engagements, a week of delightful sickness (many parenting badges earned that week…) and a child-free jaunt to London. Make – No knead bread The colder weather is perfect for soup and some beautifully crisp bread to dip in it but I’d fallen out of the […]

North Norfolk with a toddler

Four months after we went on holiday I finally get to finish the blog post. Better late than never! Our holidays have changed over the years. Yes we still like to stay in places that aren’t carbon copy or run of the mill, but we also like quiet places where we can keep ourselves to […]

Make Eat Get Read Go – October 2016

It’s amazing how quickly the weather and seasons can change. When I wrote September’s post short-sleeves and sandals were still being worn, 30 days later we’re defrosting the car before heading to work. Make – Chocolate Banana Bread You can never go wrong with Nigella recipes and I’d go as far to say her top one […]

Make Eat Get Read Go – July ’15

July is a busy birthday month for us so unsurprisingly all of this month’s MEGRG centres around birthday celebrations. Make Sugarpaste rabbits When it comes to a first birthday cake you can’t go wrong with rabbits. The original plan was to fashion some out of marshmallows but last-minute ended up making them from good old […]

The next chapter

The last month has seen some huge changes for us here. The cottage that shaped our life and love of food for most of our 20s has gone and been replaced with a grown-up house. A home with beautiful period features, a big kitchen, proper garden, dining room, dishwasher, central heating and most importantly space […]

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