Author Archives: Jenny

Cookbook of the Month: Isa Does It (Part Two)

Continuing with the cookbook of the month, here are some more of the recipes I’ve tried in March from Isa Does It. Creamy leek and potato soup is such a classic, it’s hard to go wrong.  The picture here is … Continue reading

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Cookbook of the Month: Isa Does It (Part One)

March’s cookbook of the month is the brilliant Isa Does It.  I’ve tried a number of recipes since I got it last year, particularly from the breakfast section, but I challenged myself to try new recipes this month.  It was … Continue reading

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Brownie Coco-Nut Butter Cups

It was Mothers’ Day yesterday, but we celebrated one week early with a delightful homemade afternoon tea.  This combined two of my favourite things:  eating cake, and spending time with my ma, though it seems that she doesn’t believe the … Continue reading

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Vegan in York: Goji

In days gone by, a trip to York meant only one thing:  tea at Betty’s.  Now, with my vegan sensibilities, I’ve given up Betty’s in favour of a meat-free little cafe just off the Shambles:  Goji.  York is a wonderful, … Continue reading

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Cookbook of the Month: Oh She Glows (Part Two)

I had not quite finished with Oh She Glows when I wrote about it two weeks ago:  I continued my cooking for the rest of February and although the month is over, let me share what I tried: Pictured up … Continue reading

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Vegan Afternoon Tea: The Hideaway, Urmston

I’ve decided to make 2015 the year of the vegan afternoon tea.  I want to have one per month, and I kicked things off with a trip to The Hideaway in Urmston, Manchester.  It’s an omni-cafe which does a regular … Continue reading

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Cookbook of the Month: Oh She Glows

In a break from tradition, I’m going to tell you about my favourite cookbook rather than just a particular recipe.  I’ve been using one book substantially more than any other, and in fact I’d go so far as to say … Continue reading

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