I refuse to believe that I’m the only one this impacts: absent-mindedly wandering through the sales in shops, picking up a few half price pieces and getting home only to realise that everything matches. Not in the matchy-matchy sense; but your purchases somehow conform to a trend. No bad thing, but it’s curious when it happens when you’re unaware.
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A few weeks ago I had some friends round for an impromptu afternoon tea. I opened the fridge for inspiration and was greeted by a punnet of fresh blueberries. I posted a picture of the cake on Instagram and thought I would share the recipe on here! It’s very easy to bake that you definitely don’t need to bake two bundts to hold up and wear as glasses.
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I’ve been shortlisted for the Cosmopolitan Blog Awards in the ‘Next’ Newcomer category!
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I went to the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show on the Press Day – the very first day of the show.
Yes, that is Monty Don holding a hedgehog.
I am reliably informed that she was very wriggly!
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I absolutely love the fortnight of Wimbledon tennis. So I’ve created this very quick, fun little recipe to celebrate: lovely lemon biscuits in the shape of tennis balls. You can make them in time for the finals this weekend!
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Sometimes you need a little treat. A homemade chocolate tart is the best dessert for summer. Handily it can be made a day in advance, so if you’re hosting a party you won’t have to worry about making the pudding on the day. You can quickly top it with fresh, in-season raspberries and blueberries and whipped cream just before serving.
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Private gardens in Shere are opening their gates to the public this Sunday 29th June.
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