Cook Featured Food 

Homegrown Pea & Mint Soup

Homegrown Pea & Mint Soup With spring here, we can ease off the root vegetables and start to enjoy the fresh new shoots of vegetables, fruit and herbs. Many of which you can grow on your own. Leafy greens such as lettuce, spinach and kale are easy to grow and will be ready to harvest in weeks. Depending on the type, salad leaves can be grown all year round as they can be grown indoors or out. Tomatoes are one of the more popular vegetables, ripped tomatoes provide a wide…

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Featured Interiors 

Spring Cleaning

The nights are drawing out, the sun is starting to shine and there is a pleasant smell of freshly cut grass in the air. Spring! This gives us more motivation and moods are lighter, time for the annual spring clean. What can start out as a small task often leads into a bigger project. Here are a few tips how to help you get through and prepare for spring cleaning.   Preparation Make a list of what rooms you need to go through and what needs to be cleaned from each…

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Kids playing in the garden Featured Play 

Five games to play with your kids in the garden

Spring is here and the sun has finally come out. It is now the perfect opportunity to get the most out of this beautiful weather and play with your kids in the garden. We’ve brought to you today five great activities to enjoy family fun time without breaking the bank. 1- Chalk drawing Kids love painting and drawing, so make use of this lovely weather and give them some colourful chalk and allocate some space on your garden patio for them to draw on freely. The best thing about chalk…

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