The European Refugee Crisis – It’s a humanitarian issue

Next week I will wave my daughter off to school for the first time. In her 4 years on earth she has never known hunger, nor hardship. She has never felt unsafe or threatened and I have never feared for her life. Our everyday ‘issues’ are things such as what …

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Pebli Town #review

A while ago we were sent a brand new interactive toy to try out called Pebli Town. Pebli Town works with your iPad or Android device, using Bluetooth technology (meaning no annoying wires!) to provide an interactive and educational experience for children between 3 and 6 years old. The set …

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Parmesan, sundried tomato and basil soda bread – #GBBOBloggers2015

Parmesan, sundried tomato and basil soda bread

This week was bread week over on the Great British Bake Off. The contestants were challenged to make a no prove bread, baguettes and a 3D bread sculpture. Of course I was going to attempt the latter* but I ran out of time, so I opted for a (no prove) …

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My Dream Kitchen

Designing my own kitchen is something I often dream about. I suppose I have a couple of dream kitchens, a realistic one, and a much less realistic one (possibly complete with chef and cleaner!). My first requirement has to be lots of space, something which I’ve never really had. My …

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Limocello Mascarpone Layer Cake

limoncello mascarpone layer cake

A recent study by Stork on childrens birthday parties showed the following: Two thirds (64%) of parents compete to throw the best kids bash versus their peers One in 10 claims that pressure ‘to be the best’ has caused rifts between partners  More than half of parents (55%) claim to …

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Pistachio and Caramel Biscotti #GBBOBloggers2015

Can you believe its week 2 already? I am pretty sure the Bake Off is going to fly by this time! Anyway, this week the lovely Jenny from Mummy Mishaps has asked me to host. It seems that this year there are more bloggers than ever joining in which is …

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