Do you take your favourite recipes when you go away on holidays? I packed my recipe book when visiting my daughter recently and she found a few new favourites too. Like my Chorizo Bolognese....
The great family chocolate crackle bake-off Australia vs England. Which country won, read on to find out.
Laughter and food go together like gin and tonic.
What's been on my plate this month? I've not been cooking up a storm that's for sure!
What's on your plate? I'm using a new item in my kitchen - no pressure!
Cake or salad, with or without snake? Another 'interesting' edition of What's on your Plate blog challenge #WOYPBC
What's on your plate? This month I'm sharing a delicious slice with an interesting name - Cow Poo Slice. Sounds tempting doesn't it?
What's on your plate? This month I'm sharing some delicious spice biscuits from a recipe my sister sent me. Hope you enjoy!
What do you do now that you're retired? Instead of being annoyed at being asked this question, I used it as a way of reflecting on the past 5 years, and looking at what has happened since I was made redundant.
What's on your plate? This month I'm looking at recipe books and sharing a cute little recipe just for some fun!
Shout out Saturday is a place for you to share your favourite posts, best blogging buddies, good news stories or something you've read. This week it's all about memories - poppies included.
This is part of a guest post I wrote on Retiring Not Shy's blog, about Tumbarumba being a great place to live, especially in retirement. I was one of five bloggers invited to share why we live where we live in retirement.
As I've been described as a 'hummingbird on speed', this article really appealed to me 🙂 According to Elizabeth Gilbert - The world is divided into two types of people. There are the hummingbirds, and there are the jackhammers. Although I'm not a huge fan of Elizabeth Gilbert, this article on Mamamia, caught my attention. …
I have just completed an easy questionnaire on the subject of retirement. I found out about this project from another midlife blogger and decided to add my voice to the story. If you are a woman and you're retired I highly recommend you join up and share your story and thoughts, it's for a good …
Eating their words: The literature of food. A great discussion for our WEA group with lots of discussion on recipes and books.
Eating their words! Food scenes in books are everywhere once you start looking. This was part of a course for our discussion group and I was challenged to write about our responses.
I've changed in many ways since being made redundant - can you relate to nay of these changes?
Holiday Greetings to you all from the Land Down Under! Donna at Retirement Reflections kindly invited me to be a guest in her 'Sundays at Six' series and gave me free rein as to what I could write about. Donna has many interesting bloggers join her in her series and it's great reading what everyone is …