I’m really snowed under with work and cycling-related activities right now that I couldn’t be bothered cooking dinner tonight and since I’m the parent I get to decide what we … Continue reading Sometimes we need pancakes for dinner
I’m so excited about making my own oat milk that I’ve been experimenting a bit with different recipes to get a flavour that I like. Here’s what I’ve settled on … Continue reading Recipe for oat milk and cookies for the remaining pulp
One of the advantages of drinking plant-based milk is that you can make your own. You can’t do this with dairy unless you get your own cow. For a little … Continue reading Making your own milk
It’s lebkuchen time of year which means it’s time to share my recipe. It has become a tradition in our family to make numerous batches of lebkuchen every December. Lebkuchen … Continue reading Scottish vegan cookbook and lebkuchen
One of my favourite meals to eat that’s super easy to make, vegan, inexpensive, and anyone, even the most cooking-averse among us can easily create is the vegan burger. In … Continue reading The perfect burger
I’m making a batch of sauerkraut with red cabbage and it looks so pretty. I can’t wait to try it.
I had a great day yesterday and got so much done. My employer gives us all our birthdays off work and I wanted to make the most of it so … Continue reading A little bit hyper
It has been a day of cooking. It’s that time of year when my allotment is producing way more courgettes (zucchinis) than we can eat so I had to take … Continue reading What to do with a glut of courgettes?
I’ve been making a lot of pasta with pesto lately. The kids love it and on Tuesday and Thursday evenings I have less than an hour between when my workday … Continue reading An easy vegan meal, shed painting, and slim pickings
We saw a video online the other day about making your own chocolate marshmallow biscuits and we decided to give it a try today. It’s very easy and requires only … Continue reading Decadent choc marshmallow biscuits
Today I’ve had Millie for company. She’s an adorable 1-year-old cockapoo. As you can see she’s made herself at home 🙂 Millie is our first dog from Borrow My Doggy. … Continue reading A doggy to cuddle and I made sauerkraut
I heard a new word recently – well, two words – hungry gap. It has come, once again, into popular parlance thanks to Brexit. Britain imports more food than it … Continue reading The hungry gap, vegan haggis, and cast iron cookware