Cooking with Kids
Christmas is coming and in the five years since Claire and I started this blog we have learned a lot not just about Christmas but life, the universe and everything. Here is some of it, in handy-sized bullet points because at this time of year our brains can’t cope with anything but lists.
Your first response could well be ‘Why?’ and I wouldn’t judge you for it. Why imprison a snowman in a glass jar?
Chopped onions taste just as good as whole ones and make home cooks lives that little bit easier
Have you got your pumpkins? Are they sitting on the side, slowly melting (like mine)? Or have you got busy with the scalpel and created your own personal work of art?
There is something comfortingly nostalgic about apple crumble. For me it conjures up memories of Sunday afternoons in the kitchen with the family as a child, feeling safe and warm and like all is well with the world.
Halloween’s only a couple of weeks away and we will be celebrating with our annual trick or treating party. Claire and her boys are coming this year for a zombie slumber after-party
Not got any plans this weekend? Then may I suggest making this banana bread…. in a jar.
I just finished watching our latest vid on tips and tricks for picnics. And I’ve got to be honest, it made me laugh. Tragic, I know, to be laughing at your own jokes, but no-one gets my jokes as much as me.