I’ve been so looking forward to posting this Meat Free Monday… I finally got my hands on a jar on Nowt Poncy’s Curry Sauce and I have to say it was so worth the wait! It’s vegan friendly so I decided to keep my curry Vegan too and cooked it with cauliflower and veg, but I hear it’s perfect with prawns. This has got the be the most authentic tasting ready made curry sauce I’ve ever tasted… it taste like you made it yourself because it has a wonderful chunky tomato sauce base. It’s nothing like any other curry sauce you buy in the supermarkets, it’s closer to the authentic recipes you may have tasted with traditional cooked curries. Just divine!
I find it rather cosy when it’s heavily raining outside and you are wrapped up all snuggly and warm on the sofa listening to it tapping on the windows. So when the weather forces you to stay in what better way to spend your time than making something crafty.
This weekend’s project, inspired by the April showers is a cute cloud trinket holder made with white air dry clay, a cute, quick and easy project, give it a try!
I had the delight of working at the most beautiful location in Notting Hill this week. Pastel house heaven! The pink house from Love Actually is also in this muse, you can see pics of that house and me outside it (looking very excited about this fact) on Instagram. Happy Non Food Friday!
More of the lovely St. Ewe Eggs. So much to love about this brand from their ethics to there vibrant packaging!
St. Ewe Free Range Eggs really are extra special, laid by free roaming hens, then hand picked each morning. I used the St. Ewe’s ‘Boost the Roost’ eggs enriched with Selenium & DHA and Omega 3, for my dippy egg. Approved by the RSPCA and Vegetarian Society, plus 5p of each pack is donated to Pancreatic Cancer UK.
Can’t beat dippy eggs and soldiers for a mid week brunch!
This Meat Free Monday I’m very excited to share this amazing Fava bean dip… Ful Madamous, which I recently discovered. Ful is a traditional Arabic food made by the exciting new brand Cuzena, these pots come in three flavours, this is the Sweet Caramelised Onion Ful… they are seriously tasty!
What beautiful weather we’re having this weekend! There was no doubt how I was going to spend this weekend… in my garden. First day of the year I’ve spent time out there, I love just wandering around admiring the plants and flowers I’ve grown – the garden was empty when we moved in so everything out there is all my own work. I had little tidy up, put up some new trellis, brought out the garden furniture and gathered together some tired looking pots and an old broken watering can which I decided to bring to life. I was also given an old chimnea recently and I decided to set that up a planter. With £10 spent in Morrisons on new plants (that included a Wisteria and Clematis, which I also potted) and some old paint I had stored in the garage it was a happy little weekend project that brought some more colour into the garden and gave me a good dose of vitamin D.
This is Alice’s Afternoon Tea from Whittards which is a black tea with rose petals and white cornflowers… yummy!
It’s NON FOOD FRIDAY! Here’s a little sneaky peak from the fabulous Rug Hooking book by Carole Rennison that I had the pleasure of shooting this week for SearchPress.
The weather is getting hotter, so let’s spice this week up!