This week’s separated family, lockdown, shared zoom dinner (it’s a thing) featured a long running family favourite and the dish I am probably most likely to be remembered for! Here’s the recipe and the story behind it.
As an interrupted family we know a thing or two about working from home, being far from loved ones, feeling isolated, spending too much time with your kids and cooking resourcefully so I thought I’d share my top tips born from a lifetime of experience! Hope they are helpful but if you take one thing from my post, just know you will find your own way through it and you are not alone.
The interrupted family annual Shrove Tuesday pancake challenge is underway. Here’s what’s involved and how it started. Feel free to join us!
Eating more veggies for purely selfish reasons this January!
The pressure to be perfect when you spend time together as an interrupted family can often be overwhelming. This post looks at my long history with that feeling, and links it to my complicated love affair with my dream meal. The Sunday Roast.
Why I love baking, eating and sometimes sharing cakes. Especially if I am feeling sad and in need of some nostalgic comfort eating.
Eating my way through the world, one country at a time. How living and working abroad has shaped my world view and the food I cook and eat (specifically my enduring love of fajitas!)
My attempts to re-define my role as a Mum, ditch the chores and find time for fun with my son whilst his father works abroad.
Are you a breakfast in bed person? What are your family morning rituals and how can you keep them going to start the day together even if you are living apart? Try my granola recipe for an easy weekend breakfast treat.