Food and Thrifting with Table Pouncer

I love food, most of you who read this blog regularly will already know that about me. I love to cook but I also love eating out and trying new cuisines. Luckily I live in a town that is full of great places to eat. Being a massive foodie can start to become an expensive hobby (a bloody fun one but pricey). That’s where Table Pouncer comes in; I discovered Table Pouncer a couple of years back and was pretty amazed and the massive discounts and savings you can achieve from having a quick browse on the website before choosing…

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Hidden Vegetables Burger with Iceland Food #PowerOfFrozen

Burger’s and cheese cake; if I eat out and their on the menu they are mine. Today I have been getting busy in the kitchen recreating two of my all time favourite foods with a little help from Iceland. I have worked with Iceland on their #PowerOfFrozen campaign in the past, since doing so I have been a complete convert I love the frozen ready sliced veg and herbs they are just so handy and you get a lot more for your money. So on with today’s challenge, Iceland asked me to create a healthy, quality meal whist cutting the hassle…

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Spicing up dinner with Gousto

I have worked with Gousto a number of times in the past (find the posts here and here) trying out their boxes and testing out some delicious new recipes – but each time one of their lovely boxes turns up I am still blown away by the quality of the food and the amazing dishes I (yes me!) manage to create from following their simple step by step instructions. I was sent a box to spice up our January a couple of weeks ago and it was just what I needed the January blues were in full swing and I needed something fun to get…

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Fireworks & Fun At The Thistle Hotel

Last week I was invited to stay at the Thistle Hotel in Poole for a fun bloggers event celebrating bonfire night and enjoying lots of delicious food. I have been for dinner at the Thistle once before so I knew I would be in for a treat. I arrived to check in at about half 5 – pouring with rain so I wasn’t holding my breath for the fireworks to be going ahead. The room was a good size, with a double bed and a separate sofa bed in the room too. The decor is a little outdated but the room itself was clean,…

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Back to Basics – Spanish Omelette

Last week I started a new series on everything mummy (Back to basics)and I’m going to share with you a new simple family recipe every week, last week we started off with one of my favourite dishes creamy chicken curry. This week I’m sharing with you a easy Spanish Omelette super easy, suitable of vegetarians and a really cheap dish. Ingredients  1 onion  2 medium sized potatoes  2/3 courgettes  1 clove of garlic  5 eggs  150ml milk  mixed herbs, salt & pepper Method   Start by preheating the oven to 180°c/350°f and grease a shallow oven proof dish with a little butter.…

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