Italian Feast River Cottage Style

I got the River Cottage Veg Everyday cookbook for Christmas and despite flicking through it and wanting to cook everything from it then and there it has languished on my shelf with all my other cookbooks ever since. That was until I stumbled across Sarah’s blog, Down by the Sea¬†where she will be making as many recipes from the book as she can this year, which inspired me to pull it back off the shelf and make a few things!

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Spotlight on: Sukin

For me, part of wanting to live as sustainably as possible includes not only what I eat but what I put on my skin as well. There are some great natural skincare and cosmetic companies out there, and I thought I would start by profiling a company I have been using for the last year or so, Sukin.

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Growing Veggies in the Inner City

There’s little better than cooking with vegetables and herbs picked straight from your garden, and with the growing focus on food miles and eating as healthy and sustainably as possible, growing your own veggies makes a lot of sense. It can, however, prove challenging if you live on a small block, and particularly difficult if you are renting. (more…)

Another week flies by

I don’t know about anyone else but I feel like this year is flying by. I can’t quite believe it’s already March – which is exciting in some ways as it’s both my birthday month and is also means Golden Plains festival is here again, but it’s also slightly frightening!

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Recipe: Vegetable Frittata & Sweet Potato Salad

Another delivery of my organic veggie box arrived on Thursday, which was a great thing to come home to after spending over 13 hours at work that day. My mind is ticking over with things to make, but I decided to start with something simple for an easy Friday night dinner. The result was a veggie frittata with a nut-filled sweet potato salad. Delicious!

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