How to make a Fakeaway!

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I am often asked for my fakeaway recipes but I have never shared them because I don’t have any. I just use whatever I have in to make small -tapas like – sized dishes to create a buffet style meal. It’s easy to do so here is an insight in to how I get creative in the kitchen…

Binge worthy box sets to watch during lockdown…

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It’s week whatever of lockdown and you might be in need of some binge worthy TV show recommendations. Here are some that you might not have heard of, or maybe just forgotten about…

Mindfulness

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During a time of uncertainly it is important to look after your mental and emotional wellbeing. Here are ten things for you to try to help ease your worries and find some inner calm…

Should we Shop Online?

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To say life in the UK has completely changed in the last few weeks is an understatement. The way we work, socialise and shop have altered dramatically. One thing I have noticed that is still dividing opinion is shopping. MSE summed this up yesterday with the following dilemma:

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Beef Stew with a Giant Yorkshire Pudding

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A cold, locked-down, Sunday called for a cosy meal, Here’s what I made…

Dining Out Deals – 10k Giveaway

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Ad – In case you didn’t know, I hit a fantastic milestone on Instagram and I now have over 10,000 followers!! To celebrate this fantastic achievement I have teamed up with LatestFreeStuff to bring you a fantastic giveaway…

Chicken Teriyaki Recipe

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Here’s a tasty chicken teriyaki dish that takes just 30 minutes and feeds a family of four for around £4.60!

Cheap Cinema

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Cheap and Cinema are two words that don’t seem to go together! I can understand why people don’t bother going when it can cost upwards of £25 for tickets, drinks and a bit of popcorn! In some places, twenty five quid would only just cover the cost of the tickets! So how can you still enjoy a trip to the cinema without it costing an arm and a leg? Deals of course! Here are some of my favourites…