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Autumn

Autumn

GD and I were at the allotment yesterday weighing down the polytunnel with filled watering cans, securing poles and generally making safe anything that could potentially fly off and cause damage in any winds from the storm we have been warned about, but in any […]

Weekend

Weekend

This past weekend was a pretty typical kinda weekend, so I thought I would share a few of the things we did as a little insight into GD’s and mine days and so when we are even older we can be reminded of what a […]

Roasted Vegetable Soup, nutrient dense and an excellent way to use lots of veg.

Roasted Vegetable Soup, nutrient dense and an excellent way to use lots of veg.

It already feels like Autumn has arrived down here in Cornwall, there are a few sunny days still, but mostly we are seeing the change of season, winter woolies are being donned, warm socks and hats to keep the chill wind out have been dug […]

Yummy Black Bean Burgers

Yummy Black Bean Burgers

Oh my Oh my these burgers are delicious!, even my beef loving husband loves these. I cooked these up as a vegetarian, naturally gluten free option for my daughter in law’s birthday b.b.q. and they smelt so good my hub wanted to try one and […]

Our day in photographs

Our day in photographs

Early morning walk for Ella and Daisy, ready to go. Dillon and Taz at the end of our lane love their morning strokes. Daisy always says hello to Dillon. The lane is full of hedgerow flowers. Back for breakfast.Looks like a bird meeting out on […]

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. […]

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 […]

FPC 16/1/18 Cleaning and Clearing

FPC 16/1/18 Cleaning and Clearing

Because of the frugal pantry challenge I am also looking at other areas of life that are in much need  simplifying and so today have been giving the living room a much needed coat of paint and am loving it!. As GD and I are […]

Walking king Arthurs Lake

Walking king Arthurs Lake

Some people believe that it was here at Loe Pool that Sir Bedivere threw King Arthur’s sword, Excalibur into the lake, Cornwall’s largest natural body of freshwater. It is also said that it was here experiments concerning the development of the ‘bouncing bomb’ during the […]

Imbolc Prep & FPC 9/1/18 Monday Curry

Imbolc Prep & FPC 9/1/18 Monday Curry

As promised the recipe from last night’s meal. Yet another recipe my dear friend Lynn from America taught me when we were feeding visiting missionary students and needed to make a little go a long way. Monday Curry is a life saver, you can use […]