Being a Canadian living in the UK just got that much better. Do you know why? Any guesses?… No its not because we had snowflakes and its nearly May! No its not because I just found out there are actual ice hockey games I can go and watch if I fancy. It’s because… TIM frickin … More A very Canadian post.
This recipe has been with my family for years. Heres a picture of my Mum and me making this exact recipe 20 something years ago! Right let’s get right into things. Here is what you will need: 150g Caster sugar (any sugar will work fine) 192g Flour 113g Butter (unsalted) Pinch of salt 1 … More My favourite Banana muffin recipe.
I wanted to do some easter baking with the kids. This is such an easy treat to make with little helping hands! Here is what you will need: Corn flakes – could use any cereal really… Mini eggs – the more the better in my opinion 😉 cupcake liners 100g chocolate 50g butter 3tbsp of … More Easter baking with the kids.
So since freezer meals/ meal prepping has hit the internet like a crazy I thought what the heck why not join in on this frenzy and give it a go. So I searched the internet for a good couple hours finding the perfect recipes that my family and I would enjoy. This is what I … More EASY Freezer meals – slow cooker
As most, if not all of you are aware yesterday was pancake day. Only one of the best English traditions! To me pancakes should NEVER be savoury, but then again I am kinda all about the sweet stuff… Growing up in Canada I was used to those super thick fluffy “American” style pancakes. Yuckkkkkkie. They … More Pancake day/Shrove Tuesday.
Imagine a place where dreams come true. If you like ice-cream that is… 40 flavours of ice-cream made right there on the family run farm you say!!! Sounds like a perfect place for me. As if the place doesn’t sound great yet… there is an indoor AND outdoor play area, ride on tractors… and it … More Ice-cream farm say what?!
I am a breakfast kind of girl! When thinking about some of my favourite foods McDonald’s hash browns, waffles, french toast, croissants, fresh fruit, sausage and bacon come to mind! I also love easy breakfasts! French toast is such an easy breakfast to make and everyone in my house hold loves it! (Could that be … More French toast.
This is a staple recipe in our family in the winter months. There is just something so nice sitting down at the table with the family to a warm bowl of chilli. I tend to make a huge batch which I then separate up into freezer bags and freeze for easy meals later on. Or just … More Slowcooker Chilli recipe
After attending an abundance of birthday parties lately I’ve noticed a few differences in the way birthday parties happen here in England Vs how they are done in Canada. I thought I would share some thoughts…and this is just my general opinion of course some people do it differently and so on. There is … More English birthday parties VS. Canadian parties.
Food, one of my favourite things in this world. As promised in my previous blog entry a follow up of a couple wonderful places to eat in Edinburgh. Lets start at one of the first stops. Waverly station. The food court is amazing, endless selection. Some how I ended up grabbing a boring hamburger from … More Food in Edinburgh