Sustainability Sunday #45

Sustainably swirly chocolate treats! After last week's post I'm taking a more lighthearted and practical intermission this week: a 'how to' for some 100% organic orangey chocolatey goodness 😋 These are made with absolutely everything organic so super good for the environment and super tasty in your belly! Ingredients: Puff pastry - using 250g organic... Continue Reading →


Sustainability Sunday #30

Your guide to an Ethical Easter! Easter used to be an exciting time for my brother and I, with Grandparents that have a spare room full of boxes of Roses, Jelly Babies and Fox's chocolate biscuits they're the kind of people who love to go wild on Easter, choosing the biggest eggs given with big... Continue Reading →

Sustainability Sunday #26

We kinda need to chill out on eating meat... I am basically in love with burgers (especially you, Honest Burgers) but I also love nature and the planet we live on. We are now on a serious trajectory to a climate in which everything changes, and as most of you already know, we as individuals... Continue Reading →

Sustainability Sunday #25

Fairtrade Fortnight - show your support for people who give us some of the best things in life. As the great and wise Martin Luther King said "before you've finished your breakfast in the morning you've already depended on half the world." In the online button clicking,  fast food delivering and 24-hour opening world we... Continue Reading →

Midweek Menu

Homemade Ice-Cream. Yes, in winter, genius right?!  I am not a fan of all the Valentine's Day hype, I don't believe that romance and love should be displayed just for one day by 10 chocolates for which the box cost you more than the actual treat. I'm not disputing with people who like to indulge... Continue Reading →

Midweek Menu

When healthy January leaves you craving pizza, switch dough for cauliflower... Cauliflower?! I know right, a controversial vegetable that many, like me, had to grow into. That unpleasant pungent smell when cooking, the broccoli shape but parsnip colour and the large number of leaves that make you wonder whether you've bought a cabbage are all... Continue Reading →

Sustainability Sunday #19

I can't stop thinking about food. I'm not sure what it is, whether it's the physical shock of not continuing the Christmas grazing or whether I'm subconsciously super pleased with myself for committing (more or less) to a much healthier diet than I was maintaining at the end of last year. Since the New Year,... Continue Reading →

Sustainability Sunday #14

Why it's way cuter to make your own Easter gifts this year. The UK uses around 5 MILLION TONNES of plastic every year; that's the equivalent of the weight of over 83 million people who weigh the same as me.  Statistics like this make waste geeks like me freak out, as does going grocery shopping... Continue Reading →

Toad: a weekday winter warmer

Cold miserable nights seem pretty endless at the moment and long old days at work where you're still not leaving in even a smidge of daylight call for hearty warming dinners. I'm telling you, this toad-in-the-hole is winner winner sausage dinner and another super easy recipe. What you need: Sausages! I used pork and leek.... Continue Reading →

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