Gluten Free Rhubarb and Almond Cake

Gluten Free Rhubarb and Almond Cake

There is a fruit and vegetable shop around ten minutes away from our flat in Glasgow. What first drew me in were the turmeric-coloured petals on bunches of sunflowers, arranged in buckets outside the front door. Next it was the unusual fruits piled high in boxes and soon we explored inside to find delicious pork… 

Read More »

Vegan Empire Biscuits

Vegan Empire Biscuit

Empire biscuits are one of those special bakes that stay with you from the moment you take your first bite. How the biscuit crumbles, the jam oozes out the sides and sticks to your fingers and the icing thickly coated across the top leaves your teethmarks in its sugary shell. Of course, the best part… 

Read More »

Vegan Blueberry and Cinnamon Pancakes

Vegan Blueberry and Cinnamon Pancakes

So far in 2018, the hardest challenge I’ve come up against is not diving into the large box of Tunnock’s Teacakes sat on top of our microwave. It’s not necessarily because they are my favourite treat in the world (although they do rank highly in my top biscuits of all time) but more the fact… 

Read More »

Smartie Cookies

Smartie Cookies

As a child, I had the inside scoop on the newest and most exciting additions to the school dinner menu. I knew which days ice-burned blocks of ice cream would be forced into square sugar cones as a treat. If you were last in line on burger day, you knew you’d be forced to carry… 

Read More »

Goodbye 2016, Hello 2017

Goodbye 2016, Hello 2017

A couple of days after Christmas, when the presents had been opened, prosecco doused with Edinburgh Gin and the turkey and all it’s leftovers consumed, Chris and I went to Edinburgh. We had run out of time to go to the market as we usually do each year before the 25th, when arguably it is… 

Read More »

Top Ten Recipes and Posts of 2016

Top Ten Recipes and Posts in 2016

The period between Christmas and New Year is possibly the best part of the festive period, for those of us who are lucky enough to have some time off work that is. Days melt into one another, getting dressed past 2pm is optional and with a new wardrobe of pajamas and the entire Lush bath… 

Read More »

24 Hours in London: How to Spend the Perfect Festive Day

24 Hours in London: How to Spend the Perfect Festive Day

After booking a last minute trip to the capital to take in the sights just before the madness of Christmas, Chris and I found ourselves enjoying a fairly whirlwind tour of London during our two night mini-holiday. As C had never been before, we acted like tourists a lot of the time, taking in the sights… 

Read More »