I love pesto, it is the green goddess of sauces, so simple to make and packed full of natural goodness that tastes delicious and feeds your body in a way that few other dishes can do in such a simple format. Most people think of pesto as that green gloop in a jar on the…
Well here it is at long last me on Kirstie’s Handmade Christmas TV show for Channel 4. It was shown last night (18th December) so I’m now allowed to blog about it and show and tell. To be part of this prestigious show was an honour and a privilege and oh so much fun!
Kirsch is a classic drink but one that can be a tad expensive to buy. It is not a liqueur but instead is an infused alcohol which as well as being extremely tasty to drink is invaluable in the kitchen for cooking and baking.
Sometimes you find places that touch your heart, it can be for many reasons, sheer beauty, a moment shared, a personal memory that will live with your forever, or in this case the tragedy and horrors of the past inflicted on a place of beauty in an island known for its tranquility. This is Anogia.
My gorgeous girl is 18 years old today, Happy Birthday Idgy, I love you!
Hi folks, well you’re not getting a recipe this week, you are getting an introduction to my new food blog Greek Olives And Honey where I will be sharing some of my favourite Greek inspired recipes and photos from the marvelous islands of Greece.
As an author you are often asked by others if you can review their work. Sometimes it is good, sometimes not so good. This book by fellow blogger Jan Berry is just brilliant. 101 Homemade Products For Your Skin , Health And Home is packed with herby goodness and just my cup of tea.
It’s the end of January so I thought we’d just sit down together and have a wee catch up over a cuppa, well a virtual one anyway. January always seems a funny month, it looms up as this big new year life-changing event then whizzes by in the blink of an eye.