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Caramelised Onion, Garlic Spinach and Feta Filo Tart

This is such a quick easy and delicious meal which is still lovely as cold left overs the next day for lunches. We added Garlic roast potatoes and salad to make this a complete meal. 337 more words


Winter is coming, or so they say

Although we’re coming into October, there’s no sign of winter here in the South of Portugal. Not only have we been having temperatures around the 30º C, waves have been pumping in the south coast – best summer ever for surfing, I dare say. 84 more words


Do you need a vitamin D supplement?

If you’re living in the UK, the answer is yes (at least for the next 6 months).

If you’re someone who enjoys a couple of sun holidays each year, you might think you’re covered for vitamin D. 613 more words


Protein Pancakes

Breakfast is always tricky for me, porridge doesn’t really fill me up, cereal also and toast certainly doesn’t. Eggs however seem to magically see me through till about 2 o’clock if needs be and they are so versatile that there is never a boring breakfast-the only problem being that they do take longer than most breakfasts to prep/cook/eat/wash up so for this recipe you’re best trying at the weekend or if you have a dishwasher haha! 222 more words


How to survive the Estonian winter...

Even though it’s only the end of September, winter is slowly approaching the Estonian frontier. So, as a person who has already survived one Estonian winter, I think I’m pretty qualified to provide you with some survival tips for this wonderful time of the year ;) 408 more words


Goodbye Summer!

On top of Saana Fell

River rafting on Könkämäeno

Today’s catch: arctic char

Hiking with Peni, Talvikki and Tuisku

Blueberries in autumn colors

It’s that time of the year again when we say farewell to summer and start preparing for the snow season.  103 more words


“When gorse is out of bloom, kissing is out of season” (English proverb)

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