My husband and I often say that we will know when we’ve really made it in life, when we can afford to do our weekly food shop at M&S. It’s said slightly in jest, but it does go to show how much we adore M&S food. (And I know we’re not alone.) Recently M&S have opened a brand new spanking food hall locally to me, at Cortonwood in Barnsley and
AS soon as Elsie gets home from school, she wants to eat. And eat lots! She’s always super hungry after a hard day in reception and so I try to be pretty organised with what I’m cooking for her tea that night. But it’s not easy is it?! Sometimes we don’t have stuff in the cupboards because it’s near our weekly food shop time. Other times she doesn’t fancy something
WE all know how it is. You’ve had a long day. The kids are playing up. The fridge is empty and you’re wondering what on earth you and you partner are gonna have for tea that evening, especially as you just can’t be bothered cooking. At times like this, it’s usually one of three options.
WAGAMAMAS is one of my favourite places to go and eat. Since discovering it around ten years ago in London, my love affair with this Japanese -inspired restaurant chain has never diminished.
ONE of the things I love to do is to get a group of pals together and throw a little dinner party. Admittedly it’s not something I’ve done too much of lately. (Early pregnancy kind of puts a spanner in the work when it comes to this kind of thing!) But over the years I’ve hosted many a dinner and a number of other types of parties too – eurovision
TEA, tea. Glorious tea. Besides wine (and perhaps a cosmopolitan) it is my absolute favourite drink. You can keep your coffee and your cappuccinos, just give me a decent cuppa of any kind and I’m a very happy chappy.
I’M not a believer in diets or radical changes. There’s too much pressure and too much room to fail and feel bad about yourself, I think. But I am a believer in making little changes, #smallchanges that are doable and can and will make an impact!
ONE of my favourite things to do… When I visit a different country or a far flung land, is to eat. Lots. To eat all the local delicacies, to feast on new dishes, to try out new tasty morsels. Yes folks, I am a foodie. And a rather adventurous one too. So when I was kindly sent a food hamper full of treats as part of Expedia’s World On A Plate