Easy Veggie French Bread Pizza

I’m not going to mention brand names, but there are definitely some French bread pizzas out there in your grocer’s freezer cabinet. Thing is, I can promise they don’t taste as good as my recipe, and they cost more. And that is before we begin to talk about the things those brands add to their Read More…

Spicy Mango Chicken

My family is funny with spicy food. My husband loves a good Indian curry, but really isn’t into Mexican food at all. My son and I adore Mexican food, but curry? Well, not so much. The ones we do like are milder. My son likes coconutty, fruity Korma but me, I prefer to keep fruit Read More…

Feed Me Tweet Me Follow Me Home Friday

Once again, I’m very pleased to be co-hosting this foodie blog hop with the Hella D of Helladelicious and Alex of A Moderate Life. The linky is called Feed Me, Tweet Me, Follow Me Home and it is a true blog hop. This means, that if YOU wish to run the hop on your blog, Read More…

Happy St Patrick’s Day

Happy St Patrick’s Day!! This young lady is the reason I have Irish blood. She’s my Grandma on my Dad’s side, one Mary Elizabeth Eddis from Belfast, Northern Ireland. She left Ireland in 1920 when she was not quite as old as the century, with a group of girls heading to Canada to work in Read More…

Let’s Do Brunch

I am excited to announce that the lovely Chaya of My Sweet and Savory and Bizzy B. Bakes has asked me to partner with her in hosting Let’s Do Brunch. Brunch is one of my favourite meals, and brings to mind lazy Sundays and long summer afternoons. Sometimes though, brunch for me is when I Read More…

Shrimp and Vegetable Risotto

If you asked my family what their favourite comfort foods were, risotto would probably come in the top ten – and my Shrimp and Vegetable Risotto with Sun Dried Tomato Pesto would definitely rank high on the list of their favourite risottos! Risotto truly is the ultimate comfort food, both for eater and cook, as Read More…

Seven Day Meatless Meal Plan from The Vegetarian Society

I’m not vegetarian, but I am keen to limit the amount of meat my family and I eat and am always looking for ideas for great vegetarian meals. However, for those wishing to make a more sweeping change to their eating habits and completely embrace a vegetarian lifestyle, the problem of what to eat on Read More…

Easy Veggie Risotto

Although risotto has a reputation for being a bit of a fiddle to make, it’s actually only the stirring that requires any real effort, and you really don’t have to stir for all that long. In fact, I can have a delicious Easy Veggie Risotto on the table in not much more than thirty to forty Read More…

Devilish Peanut Butter Cake

I made this cake for my husband’s birthday on Wednesday. It is an homage to Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups – which my family and I love – but which are incredibly hard to get in the UK. At least you can get them some places now, not like when I first came to England and Read More…

Feed Me Tweet Me Follow Me Home Friday

Once again, I’m very pleased to be co-hosting this foodie blog hop with the Hella D of Helladelicious and Alex of A Moderate Life. The linky is called Feed Me, Tweet Me, Follow Me Home and it is a true blog hop. This means, that if YOU wish to run the hop on your blog, Read More…