Just meandering out and about. Enjoying the ‘fresh’ air and the sun on our backs.
I’m using photos from two days here and pretending they are one. The jig’s up now though! I’m my own worse enemy, I just sabotaged myself and didn’t even bat an eyelid whilst doing it. Doesn’t it look like autumn in these photos? But it’s not! It’s winter because it’s December. Unbelievable.
So now it’s day two and we had a mission for this day. Our mission was go to Blue Bottle Coffee and Dandelion. It was a pig day and we weren’t (and ...
A quick update on what we’ve eaten recently. I will be back in October and I have formed a new budget and everything and will be sharing my money saving escapades with you all (hopefully!)
Halloween doughnuts at Mister Donut (don’t you love the crazy eyes?)
This was the best one out of the two Halloween choices.
The chocolate on this wasn’t too great, but really, I didn’t expect it to be. It had cream in it.
We thought that this looked a little bit, erm…suggestive.
We had Cinnabon. I always thought Cinnabon wasn’t going to be too great, so ...
So, a few blogs that I love to read post about five frugal things they have done in the week and I thought I would like to try it too.
My phone case was so scruffy looking and I wanted a new one but I decided to refashion my old one because even though it’s broken in a few places, it is still doing the job. I’m really pleased with it.
I recently bought some tomato plants and I already have ...
what did we eat this week?
The top picture is what we had on Sunday and I wanted to include it in this. It’s okonomiyaki – mine has the cheese smothered all over it.
We had caramelised onion tarts with pesto potatoes and salad.
The pesto heart-shaped pizza. Read more here.
We had something with roasted cauliflower. I have no idea what – I can’t remember! I absolutely love roasted cauliflower recently. It’s like the best thing ever.
thursday + friday
I had the same thing both days – pasta with pesto. My husband was out, ...
We went to a cooking class whilst we were in Italy and I must say whilst I was a bit apprehensive, it was really good! I was imagining that it would be really strict and that I wouldn’t be able to do it. It was actually really good fun! I had such a good time and I managed to learn how to make some really excellent food. The teacher, Lucas, was so patient and created such a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
We made focaccia with olives, sea salt and rosemary.
It was beautiful!
Ravioli with a pumpkin and amaretto biscuit ...