Give (your Tummy) a Little Love ❤

Well, it’s been a while, but I’ve finally got round to writing another food blog! I was inspired by one of our lovely clients who had logged on to the Hog Class this week and had cooked what sounded like a lovely chickpea stew. Stuck for a lunch idea I decided to rustle one up,… Continue reading Give (your Tummy) a Little Love ❤


Soup for the Soul

“To feel safe and warm on a cold wet night, all you really need is soup.” – Laurie Colwin There really is nothing like soup, it’s good for the soul. Like us, you will probably have memories of eating tinned cream of chicken or tomato soup as a child, usually when you were poorly, propped… Continue reading Soup for the Soul


The Green, Green Veg of Home

Here’s a couple of fun facts for you: Lincolnshire produces over a quarter (28%) of all the Field vegetables grown in the United Kingdom and they’re in season NOW. East Lindsey has 73.8% of it's population classed as overweight or obese, making it the 3rd worst Local Authority region in the whole of the United… Continue reading The Green, Green Veg of Home

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Be Prepared

Everyone is really busy. Like, REALLY busy. We know, because you tell us all the time, and because we are too. It’s just the way things are. One of the great ironies of the 21st century is that we are surrounded by gadgets and devices that are supposed to make life easier, yet in a… Continue reading Be Prepared

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Oh Baby, It’s Warm Outside…

In Lincolnshire, al fresco eating rarely works out like it does for Nigella and her mates on the telly. In normal years, any mention of the B word will usually result in some kind of unexpected biblical deluge, or a chill nor'easter will send your gazebo cartwheeling into next door's garden. Even in those all… Continue reading Oh Baby, It’s Warm Outside…