After seeing how easy baked eggs were on Stacey’s blog I decided to give them a go, mixing up the recipe a little to add a few other things I had in the fridge. Mine didn’t turn out quite as nice looking as Stacey’s did – but they still tasted delish!
One of the easiest ways to live more sustainably is to live as locally as possible – which means supporting local businesses, buying locally produced fruit and veggies and leaving the car at home whenever you can. This can be tricky however if you don’t know what is available in your local area, or how to find out more to inform your choices. I have come across some websites that I think are great resources and worth bookmarking – so I thought I’d share them with you!
This last weekend was not only a 4-day holiday to celebrate Easter, but also my 26th birthday. Having a birthday on Easter has its pros and cons – a lot of people are away for it, but I did have a whole lot of extra time to celebrate!
I love eggplant. Whenever we go out for dinner I am always drawn to anything on the menu with eggplant in it, particularly if we’re eating japanese. However, I don’t have anywhere near the same success with it at home. In fact, I don’t cook with it all that often, because I’m sick of being somewhat disappointed with the results. If anyone has any suggestions for what I might be doing wrong I’d love to hear them!
Baba ghanoush however is a different story – this is almost impossible to get wrong, so I can get my eggplant hit at home in the form of a delicious dip – win!
I decided to try something a little different this Easter and bake some easter eggs inside muffins – hoping it would result in an oozy, delicious centre to the muffins and it did not disappoint! These lasted approximately 0.05 seconds from the oven, with my housemates happily taking on the task of taste-testers (and then going back for seconds!)
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