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Why we moved to Cornwall

Why we moved to Cornwall

I was recently given some questions to think about and as a result, I have written this blog post as I pondered over how to answer them. In the summer of 2015 GD and I were still living in a 3 bedroomed terraced house on […]

Fish Dish

Fish Dish

Today’s recipe I have made since my son was little and he is now a healthy strong adult, My fourth of five children, we were thrown in the deep end with his health struggles soon after birth, being told his condition would probably dictate a […]

Lunchtime Salmon  Hotpot

Lunchtime Salmon Hotpot

I call this ‘Patrick’s soup’ after a lovely man who runs a whole food stall in the busy market town of St Alban’s and has a tiny little shop at the end of an alley where you can ask Patrick’s advice or the benefit of […]

Spiced Cashew Milk Tonic

Spiced Cashew Milk Tonic

I am starting a new category on my blog called ‘Foods That Heal’. I have found that I will often research nutritional values and benefits of foods and even pin recipes on my board and tuck ideas written on paper into recipe books only to […]

Crunchy Maca Granola

Crunchy Maca Granola

  I love working with foods that are fresh, full of vitality and colour, I adore pouring over ingredients as to their health giving properties, how they combine, where best to obtain them. Two things I am prioritising at the moment is the health of […]

Why I am making Christmas crackers this year

Why I am making Christmas crackers this year

When GD and I moved down to Cornwall we wanted to step out of our automated London life and connect more deeply to the natural rhythms of nature. In the 30 months we have been here we have worked towards a more sustainable lifestyle, securing […]

Visit to Goldophin

Visit to Goldophin

GD and I spent a lovely few hours over at Godolphin House yesterday, the weather was harsh and the rain kept turning to hail, marbles of ice sending everyone scuttling for shelter, non the less in the in between moments I managed to catch some […]

Rain like bulletts at Lands end

Rain like bulletts at Lands end

Love this-photo credit to Jazz, my gifted daughter in law

Rayburn warmth

Rayburn warmth

Just taking a minute out from working on my crystal healing exam as I was just brimming with gratitude the warmth the freshly lit rayburn is affording me this chilly autumn morning. and also gratitude as we have at last built our six foot table […]

Moving in day

Moving in day

November the 1st brought a big move for my son Andrew, his lovely girlfriend Georgie, and their two dogs Ella and Daisy, they have moved down from Hemel Hempstead to begin a new life here in Cornwall. First my son Julian came down a few […]