:: It’s that time of year – How to prepare and cook artichokes
:: I’ve never had a butter tart, but this might be the one to start with
:: Fresh garlic and what to do with it. Love, love, love the use of the membranes. So clever!
:: Beautiful photos and a delicious sounding strawberry jam
:: We are absolutely going to try Joy’s white chocolate rose cake
Wishing you all a happy, healthy weekend!
:: Recommend listening to this reunion interview with the pioneers of the Centre for Alternative Technology. Truly inspirational people, and what a fun time they made the 70s sound!
:: I’m also a huge fan of making not buying and will try this lemon curd someday soon. Maybe with some scones and clotted cream
:: Love this list of “unbelievable places”, even more justification for Japan being our dream destination.
:: What people eat in one week around the world. Not sure what to say about this.
:: Roasted strawberry salad sounds interesting. WARNING: EXPLICIT RECIPE.
:: Feta and mint croquettes, toddler friendly food!
:: Coffee: a brief history
:: Stunning Spring Follies from Mimi – I’d eat it all, pleeeeease.
:: Top 10 most annoying things at dinner parties. Do you agree?
:: A long (but worth it!) article on clothing and where it comes from, especially topical after the recent tragedy in Bangladesh.
:: Really enjoying this Spilled Milk series
We won’t have internet access until Tuesday at the earliest but I promise (myself!) that I’ll make more blog effort SOON.
:: Very excited about this trailer. Anyone else?
:: Early twenties vs late twenties. Oh so true…
:: Impressive macaroons
:: A wave in a bottle
:: I’m going to need to buy extra bananas just to make this
:: These brownies look insanely good
We are out this weekend hoping to make the most of the National Trust being free
:: Love hearing what’s in Luisa’s fridge. Cute sketch too!
:: The photos really tell you all. I’d love some bees one day.
:: Such a sweet story about cheese and love.
:: Helpful tips on how to save a £1. Small steps!
:: Perfect gratin dauphinois? I’d better give it a go.
:: Another take on healthy travel snacks. They look so pretty, too.
:: So excited for this years first asparagus! Will be trying some of these recipes as soon as I can.
Wishing you a wonderful weekend!
p.s. how cute is Mr C? I couldn’t resist this photo Trouble maker…
:: I am a big fan of Louisa and was fascinated to read a little more about her cooking style and favourite cookbooks. Can’t wait for her latest book
:: Another book I am eager to read. It’ll be a long wait until 2015…
:: This open lasagne looks super and simple, perfect.
:: Drooling over these apples. What a yummy breakfast!
:: We’ve been enjoying our morning smoothies, but this one looks delicious too. Not many of your 5-a-day in here though!
Wishing you all a happy, healthy weekend.
:: Even more inspired to make this salad now
:: Gorgeous beetroot burgers. So excited about Louisa’s new cookbook.
:: Love these “inspiration notes”. How lucky to have been there to take them.
:: 25 simple ways to eat better
:: Heartbreaking (sorry)
Wishing you a Happy Easter. Hope you are enjoying some time with loved ones, and maybe a little chocolate.
:: Creativity quotes, for a little inspiration
:: This mushroom pasta sounds delicious
:: Photos of children with their most prized possessions. Wow.
:: Simply gorgeous video –
teeny tiny bit wishing we still lived in the french countryside…
:: Looking forward to testing out these fermented foods that kids love. This week our kid isn’t loving ANYTHING…
:: Really useful recipes and tips for healthy food when travelling
:: Delighted but also cringing that my jigsaw piece seems to be in so many of these photos (can you spot it?!). Did you get involved too?
Wishing you a happy weekend!
Love this baby club action shot!
:: Gutted that Google Reader is going to retire 1 July – what will you use instead?
:: I love everything about this cheesecake
:: C&Z’s series on Parents Who Cook has been fab, this post is no exception.
:: Muffins galore!
:: Beautiful post followed by beautiful soup. I’d quite like to move away to a little cabin also.
We are moving tonight, wish us luck…
:: Instant banana sorbet – looks easy and uses those very ripe bananas that lurk in the fruit bowl.
:: This looked like an amazingly sweet Camp themed birthday party.
:: Easy caramel sauce, could be a nice addition to that banana sorbet?
:: Body scrub that looks good enough to eat
:: Sweet photos, what a special moment to capture!
:: More lavender, this time to eat. Yummy.
:: Really fancy a waffle iron now after seeing these.
It’s C’s birthday on Sunday, other than celebrating that I think we are packing some more and spending some family time.
Wishing you all a happy weekend!
:: I don’t work from home, but was fascinated by and so impressed with the honesty in this post about help. Food for thought for the future.
:: This salad looks delicious, and a great use of fig jam!
:: Even though we are moving away, we really want our boy to be able to speak French. This post about learning a second language is something we’ll refer to time and time again, I’m sure.
:: Broccoli and pasta soup – simple ingredients, but looks delicious. My kind of cooking!
:: Beautiful microscopic photographs of food
:: Bacon fried rice – oh yeah!
:: It’s baby’s first birthday (sob!) in two weeks and I still don’t know what to do for a cake. Maybe these brownie cakes with chocolate coconut frosting will be a hit?
Ok, that’s it for now, I have packing to finish and homework to do!