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  There's a thunderstorm! Finally a break from the heatwave and suddenly it is completely appropriate to
Posted 2 months ago
A few weeks ago I went camping and it affirmed something I have always known about myself - I am not an "outdo
Posted 3 months ago
I've been doing a lot of complaining about the heat. It's too hot to function and all I want to do is take col
Posted 3 months ago
When dividing responsibilities for my little brother's surprise leaving party, I was quick to bag the role of
Posted 3 months ago
If you choose to make cupcakes, you should probably do it in a room which doesn't melt the frosting quicker th
Posted 3 months ago
My first breakfast of 2016 included cereal, and then an entire can of coke and a microwaved Twix bar. There is
Posted 2 years ago
Marmite. As the slogan reads: you either love it or you hate it. I tried it for the first time last night, and
Posted 3 years ago
  {RECIPE}: Apple & Plum Crumble Author: Nazia @ Your Sunny Side Up Prep time: 15 mins Cook time: 45
Posted 3 years ago
I'm finding it difficult to switch off from work. Even when I'm not at work, I'm thinking of work. Adding thin
Posted 3 years ago
I recently bought an umbrella from a shoe store because I was desparate to not get caught in the rain after wo
Posted 3 years ago
"The Word Thingy Does Not Belong in This Classroom" tacked on all 4 walls is just one of the things I remember
Posted 3 years ago
This chocolate fondant just so happens to be my Mother's favourite. She's taken to following me around the kit
Posted 3 years ago
Banana bread is often accused of being really boring, but it's one of my favourites to both make and eat. It's
Posted 3 years ago
The biggest sigh of relief. I've had quite a busy and eventful week at university, so allow me to get just a l
Posted 3 years ago
Even though I've still got a really, really long time to go (well, 28 days 5 hours and 37 minutes, at the time
Posted 3 years ago
The past few days on placement have gone really well and I've realised that I actually get to do some pretty c
Posted 3 years ago
My Mother has always been a fan of shorter hairstyles but has never thought she could it pull it off. I don't
Posted 3 years ago
These brown sugar chocolate chip muffins were a reader request on Instagram, my favourite form of social media
Posted 3 years ago
I made these chocolate and lavender whoopie pies over a year ago and recently discovered them hiding on my com
Posted 3 years ago
Two days of hard work and a hand cramp later, my little sister had cut and hand-sewn her very own dress. It's
Posted 3 years ago
Earlier this week I started the daunting task of applying for jobs. My CV was hiding in the depths of my hard
Posted 3 years ago
My Mum and sisters are due to fly to Dubai in a few days for 2 weeks, although with the amount they're packing
Posted 3 years ago
The girls in my family have booked a trip to Dubai to visit my Aunt who has decided to renew her work contract
Posted 3 years ago
A delicious and easy no-bake strawberry chocolate cheesecake.
Posted 4 years ago
I started my postgrad course last week and now I have a 2 hour commute, each way, to look forward to for the n
Posted 4 years ago
When it comes to my food, or even just life in general I suppose, I'm really not into anything all that fancy.
Posted 4 years ago
Biscotti means "twice baked" in Italian. First you form the crumbly dough into one stiff mass and ba
Posted 4 years ago
Thanks to colorful translucent candies, these cookies look like gorgeously intricate cut-glass windowpanes. Us
Posted 4 years ago
It's kind of a big day today. Well, to be honest, there have been a fair few 'big days' on the blog, but this
Posted 4 years ago
Half Chocolate Coated Sugar Cookies with Heart Sprinkles THE RECIPE: Preheat oven 170C/325F/Gas mark 3. Makes
Posted 4 years ago
I know many people who dislike cauliflower. Perhaps I am biased since I grew up eating my mother's killer grat
Posted 4 years ago
Inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's poem "Fairy Bread" in A Child's Garden of Verses, this treat is
Posted 4 years ago
My grandmother was born and raised in a small town in the North of France right on the Belgian border, in a re
Posted 4 years ago
I'm guilty of neglect. Six weeks go by, life happens, and there's not a word out of me on my personal blog. Th
Posted 4 years ago
  Earl Grey Tea Cupcakes THE RECIPE: Preheat oven to 170C/325F/Gas Mark 3. Makes 12. INGREDIENTS For the
Posted 4 years ago
You've probably heard the saying "You eat with your eyes first", and with a food blog that couldn't be more tr
Posted 4 years ago