Seasonal recipe: beany veggie hotpot

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Seasonal recipe: beany veggie hotpot

Posted 20 / 11 / 2017

When my day has consisted of red noses, struggling in and out of layers of coats and jumpers, battling to scrape ice from my car windscreen, and the ground is hard and crunchy with frost, there’s nothing more comforting than sitting down at the end of the day with a big bowl of something tasty, nourishing and […]

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DIY home & garden: planting a terrarium

Posted 08 / 11 / 2017

We’re definitely into winter now, and as the mercury drops it means less time spent outside in the garden. The good news is, there are plenty of ways to bring green life into your home to enjoy over the winter months – from bringing in festive plants like paperwhites and amaryllis, to selecting houseplants that […]

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Halloween recipe: warming pumpkin soup

Posted 17 / 10 / 2017

One of the best bits about October (for me, anyway) is Halloween. Call me a big kid, but I love all the inventive (and not so inventive) fancy dress costumes, spooky films and overdoing the sweeties. I also love that it’s a light-hearted, fun holiday that distracts my attention from the fact that the clocks […]

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Garden jobs for October

Posted 03 / 10 / 2017

October is the time of year where things start to feel positively wintry, with lots of rain and wind and showers of brightly coloured leaves spiralling to the ground. I do find it quite magical though, and I love to cast my mind forward to autumnal calendar events like Halloween and Bonfire Night. This month, it’s still […]

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Planting for autumn colour

Posted 19 / 09 / 2017

I don’t know about you, but for me over the past few weeks things have really started feeling… well, autumnal. Although 2017’s autumn doesn’t officially start until this Thursday, I’m pretty sure that’s just a technicality – according to the golden drifts of leaves on the ground, and chilly evenings anyway. I love this time […]

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Garden jobs for September

Posted 31 / 08 / 2017

September is a great month in the garden, as we get to enjoy the subtle signs that autumn is on its way. At the same time, many flowers continue to flourish and home-grown fruits and veggies are still in plentiful supply. It’s not yet time to bid goodbye to blooms for the winter, but there are […]

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