Monthly Archives: July 2014

Baking day and muesli slice

Today’s baking was more about getting the house warmer with the oven on. I’d been asked by my dad to make muesli slice like we used to have when we were growing up, so I got the ingredients and dug out the old recipe book.

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Super Soup!

I love soup, especially when it’s cold like it is now. Even better when it helps to boost your body. Working where I do, it’s important that I keep my immune system ticking along. Adding things like Continue reading

Prepping day

Yesterday was the day for food prep for the week, just another part of my organisation. If I don’t plan meals, and accompanying snacks, we go reaching for the bad yummy stuff (like chocolate, takeaway etc). Continue reading


Organisation begins with…Breakfast :)

Breakfast… The most important meal of the day 🙂 Generally, we have scrambled eggs (2 each) and a whole bacon rasher each, cooked in butter 🙂 Sometimes I’ll mix it up, put chives or baby spinach in the eggs, or if we’re out of bacon, maybe rissoles or sausages. Continue reading


Simplicity doesn’t have to mean boring…

Eating better is all about bringing it back to basics. And preparation, organisation and a little bit of foresight. In our household generally speaking there is no guessing for dinners – we have a vertical monthly calendar with 5 columns, and one is dedicated to dinners. Continue reading