Episode 5: It’s hibernation time & Google feud! We’ve really enjoyed making a few podcasts here and there and we hope you enjoy them too. Please get in touch if there is anything you would like us to discuss! In this episode we discuss what we’ve been up to since last time (episode in the … More EPISODE 5| PODCAST: it’s hibernation time & Google Feud
2020, new year, new…well we’ve all eye rolled at the rest. It is a natural reaction at this time of year to begin to reminisce and think about (what’s the current social media craze, ah, yes the decade photos) the past 10 years, to get back into writing, eating right, give your liver a rest, … More So…Bird watching anyone?
This holiday has become one of my favourites, an anticipated glutenous Sunday with a bank holiday either side…yes please. Easter has also developed into a bit of a tradition in the Graceless household due to our glorious lamb roast. [Click HERE to see last years] We love cooking together and will take any excuse to apron-up, … More A Graceless Easter Sunday
It was the perfect way to celebrate St Patrick’s day! *Warning, I am a very amateur baker* If you are looking for the Syn value of this cake I’m guessing its a lot. This cake is rich, indulgent and very naughty. It’s a luxurious mouth watering cake that will feed your friends and family easily, … More Chocolate Guinness Cake
If you have seen last week’s post [find it here] you will know that I wrote about living a Hygge life and how my partner and I felt about it. Towards the end of the week we began to conclude…. why not let’s carry on? So here is a list of Hygge things that we did … More Hygge: 3rd – 10th March
According to the Mental Health Society 74% of people in the UK feel stressed or are suffering from exhaustion to the point were they could not cope. I was one of those people. So here is what I did about it.
There are some experiences in life that I just wouldn’t have if it wasn’t for the obscure hobbies of my partner. This weekend happened to be one of them. The other half and I traveled up to Leicester and had a first class fine dining experience on a stunning heritage railway that hosts the Charnwood … More First: Dinner on a steam train
Everyone has their favourite side when they go to Nando’s, for some it maybe peri peri chips or the garlic bread, but for us it is spicy rice and macho peas. They are some of the best peas that I have ever tasted and because I can’t afford to go to Nando’s every single night … More (not) Nando’s Macho Peas
Although my post Why I am running for The Christie has just been published, I have been training for the past two weeks and it has been difficult. I am not just talking “oh my legs hurt” difficult, I am talking about compressed nerve, attacked by a dog, nearly quit difficult.
Well I say Easter roast, as we cook quite a bit at home already we decided to treat ourselves to an M&S Easter. We basically have cheated and it feels great! Here’s how it turned out.