I’ve never been one to shy away from taking L to McDonald’s. If we’re travelling it’s perfect and he loves it as a special treat. There’s one everywhere you go, you know what to expect and it’s always great value. I was really excited to be invited along to a blogger event at the McDonalds by Norwich Airport.
Fruit is never something I’ve really struggled to get into L, but sometimes finding a fruity snack he can handle himself is awkward. So the#ChileanEasyPeelers challenge with BritMums really appealed to me. Continue reading #ChileanEasyPeelers Challenge
Get More offer a range of products to help us get our daily vitamins and they have given me gift hamper containing a one month supply of products for one lucky winner.
This plus that equals…. cooking with kids, the cheats way.
Here’s the latest instalment in my series of posts all about what makes our lives here at home tick. This week is all about how I get away mess free cooking with L in the kitchen. We all know getting kids into the kitchen is a great thing. Cooking, cleaning, learning. But sometimes we don’t have the time, or the will, to go for a full on baking session. Here are my favourite cheats.
A couple of weeks ago I was invited to Jimmy’s Farm Festival by Beaba. The innovative baby brand were sponsors of the festival and alongside nutritionists Purple Carrot were holding some great workshops over the weekend. So I went along to see what I could learn. Continue reading Toddler Nutrition with Beaba and Purple Carrot
After a limited edition summer run last year, Cadbury Dairy Milk is bringing back a classic favourite, Cadbury Dairy Milk Tiffin.
In stores from August 2017, the new generously sized 200g bar (previously 95g) combines the delicious tastes and textures of crunchy biscuit and dried grapes smothered in Cadbury Dairy Milk for the whole family to enjoy.
Matt Healy – MasterChef Professionals 2016 Finalist – Launches New Website Cranble.com
Since his phenomenal journey on MasterChef The Professionals 2016, Matt Healy has been working away with online publisher The Media Team to create a new foodie website Cranble.
Pickles and the Pictures
As you are all aware over the weekend we heard about the sad passing of Barry Norman.
I’d had this competition planned for some time and it was all pre written and scheduled to go. I was away over the weekend with very limited connection and didn’t actually hear the news until you guys started to comment on this post.
In any other circumstance I would have of course cancelled the competition, but as I was away I couldn’t. I certainly don’t want those who have entered to be at a disadvantage. So after some discussion we have decided to carry on with it.
I certainly don’t want to seem insensitive and I whole heartedly apologise to anyone who is upset by this. It is not my intention.
I would ask that any comments are kept in their current, beautiful, thoughtful vain.
On a personal note I would like to say just how sad I was to find out about Barry Norman’s passing and I know he will have left a lasting legacy. I can’t quite formulate the words I want to about this. So I shall leave it at that.
Barry Norman is a veteran of the film world as a renown British film critic, writer and media personality. He is best known for presenting Film …. on BBC One and is the programme’s longest-running host. Another of Barry’s achievements, is recreating a Victorian family recipe for traditional pickled onions, and this year marks 10 years since he first launched his range of Hot & Spicy Premium Pickled Onions.
With festival season upon us, Food Network has devised a series of Super Power recipes and snack ideas that will power you through the festival season!
There are so many things I love about summer. One of those is a bit of outdoor entertaining. A barbecue with friends. A family get together. Or just eating your lunch in the garden. There are a few things I have found so far this summer that have helped make things that bit more fun.