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Burn's night haggis and duck egg tartlet

Tonight is Burn’s Night, in which the Scots eat Haggis and drink whiskies, recite Burn’s poetry to the sound of bag pipes and generally have a song and a dance around one of the weirdest food stuff possible! 438 more words

Pot Luck

Home Sweet Home

What is the first thing you do when you come back from a ten day trip to Italy? Have brunch of course!

So sorry for the late post, I will blame it on jet lag although it’s probably just laziness… … 181 more words

Brunch

Mercifully not just rabbit food - Grain Store (Kings Cross)

The menu at Grain Store is somewhat of a curiosity: the best ingredients are listed at the end of each item. On first reading, the five determinedly carnivorous Lardy Ladies (and three Lardy babies to be) imagined Grain Store might only serve vegetables and grains. 790 more words

Lardy Reviews

DIY shabby chic cupcake sign

On a cold winter snowy day, I like to make my girls some hot chocolate and go down to the playroom and let them enjoy their day indoors where it’s nice and warm. 573 more words

DIY Projects

It's all about the teal...

Can we just take a moment to appreciate this colour? And breathe…

As a self-confessed lover of black, grey and white it is a little surprising that I would be open to a new colour yet… 235 more words

Stationary

PORTER & RYE, GLASGOW

On Friday night my good friend Maggie and I met up for dinner at one of Glasgow’s newest restaurant, Porter & Rye. Situated in the hip Finnieston end of Argyle Street, Porter & Rye is being heralded as Glasgow’s first ‘molecular restaurant’, serving fine dry-aged meats, small plate dining and classic mixed drinks. 800 more words

Restaurant Review

Nesting Tables, SOLD

Adorable trio of nesting side tables. Painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint (old white, coco, and duck egg) and distressed. Largest table measures 21″x17″x22″h.
SOLD

District Antiques