I had so much fun at the guinea pig village; I took photos and videos, and even got to feed the guinea pigs (you can get some free guinea pig food from the store), I might have been a little over excited…
I wanted to share some of my favourite photos from our visit with you so you get to experience the cuteness as well. Continue reading →
It was my birthday recently, and as a b’day treat Phillip booked is in for a night at the museum art hotel. The room that we stayed in had a massive bath, and so, I decided I needed to head down to Lush and grab a few goodies to try out.
In this post, I wanted to share what I ended up getting, and what i thought about them (I pretty much have a bath each evening, so you know I’ve tried everything) Continue reading →
At the Brunch Club Christmas gathering, we were given goodie bags, in those bags we each got a bag of Sweet As Popcorn. I was fairy tipsy by the time I got home, and so I munched back half the bag before I went to bed and then ate the other half when I woke up. slightly hungover in the morning.
I REALLY loved the popcorn and raved about it all day, but was told I needed to try it while I was sober to see if it was a good drunk me thought it was (if this meant popcorn/eating, I wasn’t going to say no) Continue reading →
Today’s post is a recipe for Nonna’s meatballs; I was given this recipe a while ago, but never got around to making it until recently – gluten free meatballs are hard! I first tried making gf meatballs when Phillip and I first dating and they fell apart, I don’t take food failures very well, so I just never tried again (until now, obviously)
This time, we used panko crumbs instead of breadcrumbs and they were great! The meatballs held together really well, and they were delicious (I’m sure they would be just as good if you used them with regular bread crumbs).
Anyway, enough babbling, here is the recipe I used:
Nonna's Meatballs (made gluten free)
Nonna's Meatballs (made gluten free).
We used panko crumbs instead of breadcrumbs and they turned out really well.