Magnum in a TUB!

Magnum – now in tubs!

BREAKING NEWS: all your summer prayers have been answered; Magnums now come in a tub. And if summer is anything like last weekend, we’re in for a very ice cream heavy season. Hoorah. Everyone knows the best thing about eating a Magnum is breaking through that crackable chocolate, so I’m pleased to report that there is a fantastic chocolatey layer surrounding the ice cream on every … Continue reading Magnum – now in tubs!

Minor Figures cold brew coffee

Review: Minor Figures cold brew coffee

Cold brew coffee has been growing in popularity over the last few years. Not to be confused with ice coffee, cold brew is made by steeping coffee with room temperature water over 24 hours. This long brewing time produces coffee with a more nuanced, sweeter flavour. Cold brew coffee is dead easy to make and is ideal to have tucked away in the fridge as … Continue reading Review: Minor Figures cold brew coffee

A long weekend in Iceland – some tips!

My husband and I have just come back from a long weekend in Iceland, which was absolutely brilliant! We wrote up some tips for a friend who’s going along later in the year, so I thought they might be worth sharing with you all in case you’re planning to go! Hit me up if you have any additional recommendations. :) General tips We stayed in Hotel … Continue reading A long weekend in Iceland – some tips!

My Kind of Food

Review: John Torode’s My Kind of Food

What: new cookbook, My Kind of Food, featuring recipes covering everything from brunches to quick meals to ‘leave overnight’ meals and more Who: Masterchef’s John Torode Where: available on Amazon (on sale at the moment – October 2015) How much: £6.99 at the moment, RRP £25 Masterchef fans rejoice – you can now buy John Torode’s new cookbook, My Kind of Food. As the title would … Continue reading Review: John Torode’s My Kind of Food

Thoughtful Producer roast chicken

Review: free range chicken from The Thoughtful Producer

What: a freerange whole chicken Who: The Thoughtful Producer Where: Ocado (on offer at the moment (Sept 2015)) or The Thoughtful Producer How much: £19.99 for a 2.2kg bird (ish) Oh my GOODNESS. This chicken was AMAZING. I could honestly just leave the review at that, but I feel I owe more to the lovely PR people that actually posted me a chicken (am I … Continue reading Review: free range chicken from The Thoughtful Producer

Review: Betty Crocker

Betty Crocker is one of the biggest names in the baking aisle. You probably know them from their popular range of pre-made icings, cake mixes, and other baking shortcuts. As a die hard home baker myself, I don’t tend to use pre-made mixes and frostings because I genuinely believe that nothing can compare to a cake that’s been made from scratch. Therefore I was very interested … Continue reading Review: Betty Crocker

Review – Bonne Maman desserts

What: Bonne Maman’s desserts Where: all good supermarkets in the fridge section How much: £2.50 ish FIVE STARS I am already a big Bonne Maman fan, having loved their jams and confitures since childhood, and falling a little bit in love with their fruit pots a couple of years ago. So I was very excited when a little hamper of goodies appeared on my doorstep … Continue reading Review – Bonne Maman desserts

Review: Lurpak’s Cook’s Range

What: Lurpak Cook’s Range – Cooking Liquid and Clarified Butter Where: all supermarkets How much: £3.25 (Ocado) FOUR STARS The lovely people at Lurpak sent me some of their new products to try – namely the Cooking Liquid (a butter and vegetable oil blend) and the Clarified Butter (also known as ghee) – around Christmas but I’ve been so madly busy that I’m only now writing about them. … Continue reading Review: Lurpak’s Cook’s Range

Review: Nairn’s Oatcakes

What: Nairn’s Oatcakes Where: Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, independent health food shops How much: £1.69 for a box of Muesli Breaks FIVE STARS Topped with cheese, dipped in houmous, scoffed with soups and sauces – you just can’t beat a tasty oatcake! They’re one of my favourite classic snacks – the perfect treat when you need something filling and wholesome. Rough oatcakes and a good strong cheddar … Continue reading Review: Nairn’s Oatcakes

10 things I learned at the National Wedding Show

I popped along to the National Wedding Show at Earls Court over the weekend to see if I could find any inspiration to share with my Peach Trees readers and it really didn’t disappoint. The wedding industry is pretty crazy at the best of times, but it’s always interesting to see what the latest trends and fashions are. As a recently engaged person, I most … Continue reading 10 things I learned at the National Wedding Show