This flour free recipe collection includes slices, cakes, cheesecakes and bliss balls, so there is something for everyone.
I don't know about you but I'm finding that a bag of flour is about [Read More]
So it's the penultimate 10 on 10 Photography Circle, although I use the term "circle" loosely, as I'm all on my lonesome, so it's not a circle at all. You know I'm like a dog with a bone with this [Read More]
Well, March lived up to it's name and just marched on by. I can't believe it's almost April but before the Easter bunny hops along, let's take stock like Pip did. My March looked something like [Read More]
Makes 20 clouds
My friend Leda is one of the calmest, cleverest and most creative cooks I know. Clearly the chef genes of awesome run strong in her family, because her daughter, Chloe has already [Read More]
May has been a month of two halves. I've spent half of it in the UK and half of it down under. It's also been the month of planes, trains and automobiles, travels near and far and quality time with [Read More]
I had high hopes for July. The month enjoyed a strong start, a marvellous middle and a bit of a flat (literally and metaphorically,) finish. Still counting my blessings and still taking stock though [Read More]
Make these delicious treats as edible Christmas gifts or give in to temptation and treat yourself!
I love everything about Christmas except the shopping. As a wannabe minimalist, I generally [Read More]
As 2020 draws to a close, I'm taking a trip down Memory Lane and reflecting on the year that was, and it's a tale of two parts. With bushfires and a global pandemic (and that's just for starters,) [Read More]