I love Scotch pancakes but am seriously annoyed about having to pay at least twice the price for half the number of pancakes just because they are wheat free. I often make pancakes but have never tried Scotch ones because for some reason I had it in my head that they were too tricky. WRONG! […]
Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge: if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything!
Yesterday I wasted a good part of the day pressing refresh on the BBC website to see if Catherine Duchess of Cambridge had given birth to her third child. Poor woman (her not me!) with the eyes of the world waiting outside while she is in labour. I wondered – as I did during her […]
Egypt is second on my world bucket list. I have always been fascinated by the ancient civilisation and their achievements. An amazing history fact for you: Cleopatra was alive closer to the building of Big Ben than to the building of the Great Pyramid. She also lived closer in time to the Battle of Hastings […]
A reminder of my childhood! The first recorded rice pudding recipe in the UK was from the early 1600s (I’m not THAT old!) but was around long before that. You can adjust the amount of milk to suit whether you prefer a stodgy or runny rice pudding but I wouldn’t advise less than 500ml! Ingredients […]
I was excited to start the latest instalment in the Seaside series by Addison Cole. This plot revolves around the heated relationship between Jana and Hunter. Both of them are hot-headed and determined to get what they want. They have hooked up several times: Hunter wants more than just sex but Jana is afraid of […]