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The Soap Tree

There is a lovely tree in the horse paddock – probably been there for 20 years or more.  For some reason the horses suddenly took notice of it as if it magically appeared, and apparently with a sign only visible to equines that says “Eat me. 144 more words

Farm Life

Vanilla Layer Cake

Sundays are bittersweet.

There’s the luxuriant lie-in, no shrill alarm to wake you up at an ungodly hour. Then the slow pottering around, or brisk morning run in the bright daylight to buoy the spirits. 668 more words

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Visiting Scarborough - Tuesday 11th March 2014

Took a train from Beverley to Scarborough on this bright sunny day.  In a field of short green young wheat I saw two hares squaring up to each other.  214 more words

My Travels

stocking the freezer for healthful eating

I’ve recently fallen back in love with one of the easiest kitchen practices to utilize: freezing. Freezing foods not only helps you have money and prevents you from wasting delicious, nutritious food but also gives you a wonderful new platform from which to build nutritious meals, desserts, and snacks. 404 more words

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Salted Caramel Macarons Again!

Here we go again!

I’m certainly more than a little obsessed with macarons, but they are so worth the effort.

Last time, I tried out Pierre Hermé’s italian meringue method for the first time, but it still needed a few tweaks. 659 more words

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BEAUTY: Chocolate Beauty With Cocoa Juvenate

Good news for chocolate addicts! Hotel Chocolat has  introduced a sweet beauty range, Cocoa Juvenate. Developed and perfected at the spa of the same name at the company’s Boucan Hotel & Restaurant on Saint Lucia, Cocoa Juvenate uses cocoa’s natural properties and is rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, with nourishing, softening and hydrating properties - I always knew chocolate was good for you! 55 more words

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Creamy sweet potato stew with chickpeas, red kale, and rosemary

It’s recently gotten COLD again here. Cold and rainy seems to be the trend in these last days of late March. What better way to warm the soul than with a deep bowl of delicious, thick, hearty stew? 355 more words

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