When drawing up a meal plan for last week, and trying to avoid choosing the same dishes week after week, I realised that I hadn't made Shepherd's Pie in, like, forever. So it promptly went on the list, and luckily

Happy International Museum Day! With all the museums closed, unfortunately we can't go and visit a museum today to celebrate, so instead for a little armchair travelling I thought I would round up some of our favourite family friendly museums.

We have a lovely little craft activity to share with you today. Everyone is all about the rainbows right now, and my youngest has been studying weather at school too. So when he asked if we could do some crafting,

I've been watching Time To Eat on Netflix over the past week, hosted by Nadiya Hussain of Great British Bake Off fame, who is just a pleasure to watch. Besides the massive kitchen envy I get from watching the programme,

How are we all doing with keeping the kids entertained at home? I joined a couple of Facebook groups when the lockdown started, to get some fresh ideas on how to entertain the kids. I don't know about you, but

Okay, so first of all let me say, that despite referring to it as pudding in the headline, so called 'Rice Pudding' is not a pudding for me. In Germany, we call it 'Milchreis' (milk rice) and eat it as

April has been a funny old month, with everyone on lockdown. I don't think we've ever spent so much time at home for such a long period of time. We have mostly been sticking to our back garden, with an