A Birthday Feast

We love to throw a party. The decorating, the planning and of course the food.  The food is obviously the best part.  This time round we were planning a friends 53rd birthday, with him not suspecting a thing. Although the day wasn’t as warm as the weather app said it would be, lets be honest […]

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Our Favourite Super Powders

At the foodies kitchen our aim is to find brand new alternative to sugars that actually taste nice! We know…Not all healthy stuff taste nice…Thats if you’re not used to it! This is why we decided to tell you all our favourite powders that can be mixed into practically anything…Even children wont notice it’s there. […]

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Afternoon Tea

A few weeks back I held a taste testing for our new range of dog biscuits.. yes you read that right pooch treats! I invited all my doggies besties round and in true fashion it gave me another excuse to bake for all my family and friends, a great joint afternoon tea.   Considering cinnamon […]

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How to grow your own vegetables

Part 3: Onions Onions are the most useful and popular vegetable in the kitchen, and growing them in your garden is easy and makes sure you have plenty on hand. Onions can be grown from seed or from small bulbs called sets. Onions need an open sunny site to grow. For White onions: Plant in […]

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Our Sunday Roast Tips

A Sunday roast to me is a meal that will heat you up from the inside out.  Many people are afraid of cooking a roast due to the amount of effort and time you have to put into it.  Therefore, i’m going to share with you of my tips and tricks to make it just […]

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How to grow your own vegetables

Part 2 Tomatoes need sunshine, so choose an open, warm site. They do fantastically well in a greenhouse but you can gain very good results outside in a container against a warm wall. They need a well drained, fertile soil, that doesn’t dry out too quickly. If growing in containers, use a specially formulated grow bag or […]

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How to grow your own vegetables

Part 1: Potatoes Anyone can grow potatoes, even if you are living in the city and don’t have a garden! There is something quite special about growing your own organic produce, harvesting and then eating. I’ve used the plastic potato sacks (3 in a pack with carrying handles … reusable) from the garden centre.  You […]

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