How to Create a Colourful Veggie Platter {Recipe}

I created this fun platter for a family gathering. What’s the best way to do start making your own? Pick a platter, count how many areas there are for placing food items, and pick out some colourful, yummy goodies that everybody likes. In this case, I picked out tortilla chips, beetroot, baby plum tomatoes, cucumber,…

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The One Who Cooks, The One Who Cleans

In every relationship, there’s the one that cooks, and the one that cleans. In my relationship, I am the one that cooks, and Suraj is the one that cleans. He is always the first one to get up and do dishes after dinner. I tell you – there is nothing more appreciated than a partner…

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Review: Sleepyhead of Sweden Baby Pod

MY STORY: Hands down, Sleepyhead of Sweden was the best purchase we ever made for our little one. In other countries it goes by different names (E.G. Dock-A-Tot in the USA), but it’s recognised by its trademark cocoon shape, Swedish design, and ability to lull even the fussiest babies into a lovely cuddle-induced sleep. It…

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Review: My First Thomas & Friends Railway Pals Destination Discovery Playset

We all want to get our kids toys. It’s only after spending an inordinate amount of money on plastic crap that realise we have bought ourselves a reason to continually clean up MORE THINGS. On that note, we should delve right into this review. We were at Toys R Us to find a train set…

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Butternut Squash and Chorizo Carbonara {Recipe}

The other day I found this recipe on Tesco’s website and it was surprisingly good. So much that little one even ate some the next day. I’d say that was a win! I’ve copied in the details if you want to try this out, or go here for the original recipe. BUTTERNUT SQUASH & CHORIZO…

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Organic Dutch Oven Baked Bread {Recipe}

I’ve been really excited about my latest baking expedition, which is of baking bread in a Dutch Oven, or a cast iron pot. A Dutch Oven is a covered earthenware or cast-iron container for cooking casseroles. I have two of these and I had no idea how easy baking bread could be until I tried…

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Autumn Comfort Food: Lamb Stew {Toddler Approved}

LATELY, I’ve been trying to not only find easy to create recipes that are hearty and full of flavour. I not only have to find recipes for the boys, but also recipes that aren’t going to be so calorie intensive. I wanted something hearty but easy to make, so found this Rustic Lamb Stew recipe…

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Tomato & Mascarpone Pasta Sauce {Toddler Approved!}

If you follow me on IG (@LifeWithTisha), you know that I bought some Annabel Karmel read-meals for the freezer. It comes in handy on days where I’m not hungry but I know little man is, or when I’m just too exhausted to cook, but I don’t want Savya to eat junk. I picked Annabel Karmel…

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Laneige Water Bank Mineral Skin Mist {Review}

Skin Mists – what are they and what is the deal with them? Korean Dramas and Hallyu stars are always spritzing their skin non-stop to keep it hydrated and glowing. But why, and is it really important? The point is to keep the skin refreshed by keeping it from drying out. The quicker your skin…

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