Author: Cornwall Nan

How we celebrated Our Summer Solstice

How we celebrated Our Summer Solstice

The summer solstice, (Litha), the days grow longer as we approach June 21 in the northern hemisphere, at the summer solstice we celebrate the longest day of the year, meaning it has the most daylight hours, now it has passed the days will grow shorter. […]

Homemade Apricot Jam Recipe

Homemade Apricot Jam Recipe

Apricot season is here, go to any supermarket at the moment and the shelves are heaving with them, better still find a market that sells them loose if you can.  The recipe I am using comes from an old preserving book GD and I both […]

Making Bone Broth

Making Bone Broth

So I’ve tried a few ways to make a good bone broth and this method has given me by far the nicest outcome. I am so lucky to have a good farm shop near me that supplies me with great beef bones from grass fed […]

Watercress and pea soup

Watercress and pea soup

I made a batch of this soup and popped it into the freezer in handy sized tubs and have been having this for lunch the past few days. I’m so glad I made this version, it is a definite upgrade on the previous recipes I […]

Glendurgen

Glendurgen

So no recipe posts today, catch up tomorrow. I’ve been here at this amazingly beautiful place today celebrating with G.D. our 36th wedding anniversary, hope you enjoy the pics. These lovely sculptures are found at the entrance to the gardens, which lead down through beautiful […]

Thoughts on living life with immune disease and a recipe for Millet Porridge, Naturally Gluten Free

Thoughts on living life with immune disease and a recipe for Millet Porridge, Naturally Gluten Free

I had often used millet in my muesli base but did not know how to use it in any other way so making porridge with it was a new adventure. The texture after soaking overnight reminded me of the semolina pudding we had as kids. […]

Fun in the kitchen with Gluten Free

Fun in the kitchen with Gluten Free

Almost a week into the G.F. living and am actually enjoying researching  ingredients and planning meals. I am hoping blogging this first month on a daily basis will help not only me but other G.F. readers. I figure I will get a record down of […]

Seeded loaf

Seeded loaf

Today is day 3 of 30 days of blogging gluten free. For breakfast I used the porridge base from yesterday’s blog and after adding in the ground flax seed and two dollops of probiotic yogurt I sprinkle over some pumpkin seeds and added a dash […]

Gut Soothing Porridge G.F.

Gut Soothing Porridge G.F.

Have you ever tasted food and the taste was heavenly? This recipe is good if you are looking to be gluten free but equally this is just simply awesome food gluten free driven or not. This is the second day in my 100% gluten free […]

Gluten free Journey

Gluten free Journey

Gluten can be a key trigger if you are suffering from high antibodies causing pain and inflammation. Hashimotos Thyroid disease is closely linked to gluten sensitivity. Recently I got a private blood test done through my acupuncture therapist to see if my hypothyroid condition was […]