Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Yours Clothing Wishlist...

I love Yours Clothing and it is one of the main places I go when I am in need of new clothes. I could really do with some new things for summer so if I have the money i'll be going there soon! I've been having a look at some things I would buy if I could and they seem to have some new items or ones I've not seen before too online now.
This is the Multi Tiger Print Sleeveless Maxi Dress. It is currently on offer for £20 instead of £25. It has an elasticated waistband and a scoop neck and is also stretchy material. I like wearing maxi dresses and I think this would suit me with a nice black blazer. I'd wear some strappy sandals too.

This is a Black Sleeveless Jersey Dress. It is currently £20 and is also available in Khaki which looks really nice too. This has an elasticated waistband which creates a drape to the waist and has a scoop next. It is made from a Jersey material and is stretchy so would fit will. I prefer clothes with a stretchy material as I feel a lot more comfortable in them. I've had a black maxi dress similar to this before but the waistband on this really makes it look so much better.
I think this jacket would go great with both maxi dresses and also simple tops and vests. It is a lace jacket currently £30. It has padded shoulders and 3/4 length sleeves. I don't like wearing short sleeved clothing so normally look for 3/4 length so this would be great. It looks like it could be worn with a pair of jeans and a vest or dressed up with other items.
A top like this is something I love to wear. It is a chiffon sleeveless top with a dipped hem so would be slightly longer at the back. I love loose fitting vests like this but don't often see them when i'm looking to buy things! It is £23 at Yours at the moment. I would wear this top with some black or denim skinny jeans with some nice pumps or sandals. It would be great for summer and I really hope to buy something like this soon!
I love this jacket and it would go perfect with a plain black or coloured vest and some jeans! I think any colour vest would go with this and would look really nice on a day out in the summer. I would love to wear something like this when it is hot outside! It still covers your shoulders and is a little jacket if it gets a bit cold but is also thin enough to be worn if you're out for the day or on holiday and it is boiling hot! This shrug is £23.
This is the Tote Bag that I would love to pair with all of these chosen items! I think because it is a simple beige you can't really go wrong with it. It goes with almost every colour and is big enough that you could fit in everything you would need for the day. I think it would also be good for work and is a bit different to simple black bags! It is only £16 too and available in other colours!

Do you like anything on this wishlist?

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Saturday, 26 April 2014

Double Chocolate Brownie/Muffin Recipe!

This afternoon I did some baking and had the chance to use my baking chocolate I received in my Degustabox. I was supposed to be making some Double Chocolate Muffins but I couldn't find my bun cases! So I had to improvise and bake it in a cake tin so it looks and tastes more like a Brownie now. It tastes so good and will be lovely warm with some cream or custard later. I found this recipe on Dr Oetker online but I have changed it to suit me as I didn't have all the ingredients in I needed. If you would like the original recipe I will leave a link at the end of this post.

75g Self Raising Flour
75g Plain Flour
2 tsp of Baking Powder
25g of Cocoa Powder
50g Dark Brown Sugar
1 egg
65g of Butter, melted
120ml of Milk
1. Pre heat oven to 190 degrees
2. Line your tin with baking paper
3. Sift flour, baking powder and cocoa in a mixing bowl
4. Stir in brown sugar and add chocolate chunks. I used dark and milk chocolate
5. Make a well in the centre of dry mixture
6. In a bowl or jug mix the egg, melted butter and milk
7. Pour into the well and mix to form a batter
8. Empty into the tin and bake in the oven for 15 - 20 minutes
9. Transfer to a wire rack and leave to cool
10. Best served warm

This was basically like one big cake, it was so nice! 


Bake Your Own House Husband Review...

I was given the chance a few weeks ago to review a new product for Niion. I had the choice of different cookie cutters, House Husband, Boyfriend or Sex God. I decided to go for the House Husband one!

I loved the look of these as I've literally never seen a cookie cutter like it. I think these would be really fun for a hen night or a girls night in! Of course you can enjoy these if you just like baking and want something new to try aswell!
This cookie cutter comes with an easy to follow recipe with basic ingredients so they really are a quick and simple way to bake! Cookies and biscuits are quite easy and straightforward to make anyway and you can find so many basic recipes online. You can then decorate them too to look exactly how you want. I didn't end up taking pictures of them decorated because they weren't very neat and presentable! But they tasted good which is the main thing.
 I loved making these and will be making and decorating some more soon! 

They would be a great gift for someone and are available here for just £3.60: aswell as Amazon.

*I was given this product in exchange for an honest review.

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Food Shop #3

Time for another weekly food shop! I'm really enjoying doing these at the moment even if others don't like reading them!

We got a shop from Asda this weekend as there's a few things we needed to stock up on and they had quite a lot on offer. The total was £32.72 including delivery charge.
3X Pitta Bread £1 
ASDA Cherry Bakewells £0.80
ASDA Pepperoni £1 
Cathedral City Mature Lighter £2 
ASDA Tenderheart Cabbage £0.50 
ASDA Crispy Potatoes £1
ASDA Cauliflower Cheese Crispy Grills £1.58 
Birdseye Chicken Quarter Pounders £1 
Birdseye 12 Chicken Dippers £1 
Extra Lean Beef Mince £2
ASDA Chicken Breast Fillets £3 
ASDA Smart price Cauliflower £1 
ASDA Smart price Stir Fry Vegetables £1 
ASDA Egg Fried Rice £1 
Pork Loin Chops £3
ASDA Free Range Egg Noodles £1.20
ASDA Fruit Bags 
ASDA Sugar free Limeade £0.65 
Capri Sun Tropical £2 
ASDA Smartprice Mixed Weight Eggs £0.89 
ASDA Crème Fraiche Reduced Fat £0.90 
ASDA Wafer Thin Chicken £1

I was quite happy with the price of the shop for everything we got. I think we saved a bit of money on some of the deals aswell so not too bad. 

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Friday, 25 April 2014

April Degustabox Review...

We get Degustabox which is a monthly subscription box that has lots of lovely food bits in each month. We've been subscribed for a while and get so excited every month to see whats inside. I've decided to start doing monthly reviews of them showing whats inside.

1. Dr Oetker Fine Cooks Chocolate. I received a milk chocolate bar and a dark chocolate bar. I love baking and do it loads so these are great for me! I will be using them soon and will also try out the recipe too which was in the box, Chocolate Fondants! Hopefully they'll turn out okay. Retail price - £1.69 each.
2. Crabbies Strawberry and Lime. George loves Crabbies so this is perfect for him. There are new flavours available including this one and also Raspberry. Retail price - £2.19
Crabbies, Go Splash and Cawston Press. 
3. Clearspring Miso Soup on the Go. I haven't seen these before but i'm excited to try them! There's two flavours, Red Miso with Sea Veg and White Miso with Tofu. They look easy to make too, all I need to do is empty it into a mug then add hot water. Retail price - £1.29 each.
Keogh's and Miso Soup.
4. Lindt. We got three bars of lindt chocolate! Georges favorite so he is very very pleased with this box. Retail price - 80p each.
There were three but George has already had one.
5. Go Splash. These look like the new robinsons products where all you do is add a splash of the juice into your water. We got the blackcurrant flavour but they also come in Orange and Pineapple and Lightning Red. It should last us a while and tastes good. Retail price - £2.45

6. Cawston Press. This is a drink with no preservatives, additives or artificial sweeteners and tastes really good! The flavour is Rhubarb and Apple which I wasn't too sure about but it is so nice. Retail price - £1.00.

7. Keogh's. These are Sea Salt and Irish Cider Vinegar flavour crisps. They taste like Kettle crisps and were really nice. The flavour wasn't too strong and there was a good amount in the pack. These crisps are also gluten free. Retail price - £1.

8. Mornflake. I received two superfast pots which look so good, I can't wait to try them! I got a Raisin, Honey and Almond Granola pot and also a Fruit and Nut Muesli Pot. All I need to is add water and it turns into milk somehow! I am really excited about these pots and if I like them as much as I think I will definitely be buying them. Retail price - £1.20 each.
9. McVities Jaffa Cake Mini Rolls. These taste as good as they look. 1 pack of tropical flavour and 1 pack of strawberry flavour. We're also going to do the idea of putting some in the freezer! Retail price - £1.30 each. 
Total price - £20
We subscribe to Degustabox and pay £12.99 a month. This is great for the amount you get in the box and the price of the products in store. The box's include new products which haven't all necessarily become available in store yet. It is well worth subscribing and when you have received your box you take a survey which gives you credits which you can use for a discount on your next box! Also with this months box, you receive a one month membership to the Gourmet Society. 
Do you subscribe to Degustabox?

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My Go To Makeup Products...

I wear makeup every day and always stick to the same products so it was about time I blogged about them. I love wearing makeup, it makes me feel so much more comfortable when I'm out and completely changes how I feel about myself. I'm not sure I could ever be someone who can go out without it and feel and look amazing!
Anyway, at the moment the foundation I'm using is the Miss Sporty So Matte Perfect Stay Foundation in the shade medium. This is supposed to last for upto 14 hours - I've found it does last all day and it gives me a really good base for the rest of my makeup. After foundation I put on a bit of the Collection 2000 Pressed Powder. I just use any powder, I'm not really fussy about it, I just like to use it to keep my foundation in place. The bronzer I use is the Collection Bronze Glow Mosaic Powder, I love this! I've been using it for a while and I love the look it gives me. It gives my skin a light glow and this is the perfect shade/colours for me. I just use a cheap MUA Blusher at the moment which isn't brilliant, I would love any recommendations if you've got some?

Onto eyes, I tend to wear eyeliner quite a lot. I never use a liquid eyeliner, only pencil as I like to smudge it a little under my eye and I could never apply the liquid one neatly. The mascara I'm using at the moment is the Collection 2000 Colour Lash Mascara in Black. I'm really enjoying using it at the moment and I love how it makes my lashes look.

So, that's the makeup I'm using at the moment. Not high end, not expensive but I'm a student on a budget who does their best!

What makeup products do you love?

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Style Crush - Angelina Jolie...

I've never done one of these but I've seen the idea on a few blogs and thought I would give it a go. I think Angelina Jolie always looks incredible and I love what she was wearing to the BAFTAS in February. She wore a YSL tuxedo with an undone bow-tie combined with loose locks and smoky makeup. Of course, whatever she wore she was going to look good but this was a risk compared to other outfits she has worn at big events in the past I think. She made her look seem effortless and she wore the tuxedo with confidence.
She always looks good on the red carpet so it was no surprise she looked amazing at the Baftas. I've picked some of her previous red carpet looks, my favourite is the green dress, how pretty is it?
Do you like any of these outfits?

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Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Homemade Chilli Recipe.

I made a Chilli last night, all homemade and it was so nice! Chill is definitely one of my favourite meals.

250g Lean Beef Mince
1 Tin Chopped Tomatoes
Kidney Beans
Tomato Puree
Chilli Powder
Salt and Pepper
Cumin powder
Pitta Breads - Optional. 
1. First, brown the mince in a hot pan. I put a few sprays of frylight in aswell
2. When the mince is cooked, add crushed garlic and stir
3. Add the tinned chopped tomatoes and leave to simmer together for about 5 minutes
4. I then added some kidney beans and mixed
5. Add salt and pepper, along with 2 teaspoons of chilli powder and 2 teaspoons of cumin powder You can add more or less depending on how hot you like it
6. Next I added an oxo, some bisto and about 200ml of boiling water
7. I mixed all of these then left the sauce to thicken for about 20 minutes
8. Prepare the rice. We used microwavable so each pack only took two minutes
9. When the chilli and rice are done, serve alone or you can also have with garlic bread/crusty bread. We had pitta breads in so had some of those
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Food shop #2

This week we got our food shop from Morrisons and we spent £22.22 altogether. A lot cheaper than last week as we still had some food in and we also didn't need to pay a delivery charge. I forgot to take pictures when we got back so I've had to take them all a few hours later which is why some things have been opened.
Pepsi Max £1 
Morrisons Own Apple Juice £1.30
Lean Beef Mince £2.25 
Chicken Fillets £3.00 
Morrisons Own Smoked Ham £2
Morrisons Potato Waffles £1 
Birdseye Meat and Potato Pies £2 
Morrisons Own Tinned Chopped Tomatoes £0.31
Morrisons Own Kidney Beans £0.23 
Tilda Pure Basmati Rice £0.79 each x3 
Maggi So Tender Italian Herbs £0.99 
Morrisons Tagliatelle £0.99 
Morrisons Grape Selection £2
Hula Hoops £1
6 Wholemeal Pitta £0.49
5 Apples £1.33


Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Homemade Pretzels Recipe...

I really love to bake and try to do it whenever I get chance. Jo Wheatley is my favourite baker, she won the second series of The Great British Bake Off which is one of my favourite programs. She has since released two recipe books, A Passion For Baking and Home Baking and holds classes at her home throughout the year which I'm really hoping I get chance to go to one day. She has a recipe for sweet and savoury pretzels and I attempted to make the sweet ones this time. I adapted some of the ingredients to suit me but the original is in her books. This recipe is supposed to make 14 pretzels but we made 10 as we weren't too good with making the pretzel shape. Bare in mind this does take a while and it is a long recipe.

Again I didn't get the best pictures but I'm still new to this!

220g plain flour. 
300g of strong white bread flour.
9g of Sea Salt - I changed this and added normal table salt.
7g of easy blend/fast action yeast.
10g of soft brown sugar.
40g of unsalted butter, melted.
200ml of warm water.
170 ml of milk, warmed.
a large bowl of boiling water.
2 tbsp of baking powder.
1 egg, beaten.

2 tbsp cinnamon.
80g of caster sugar.
100g unsalted butter, melted.

2 baking trays, greased and lined with baking paper.
Brown sugar, butter, caster sugar, bread flour, plain flour, baking powder, eggs, yeast, milk and salt. 
1. Add the dry ingredients to a bowl and mix until combined. Make a well in the centre. 
2. In a separate jug or bowl mix together the butter, warm water and milk. Slowly add the wet ingredients to the dry and knead for 12 minutes by hand. 
3. Shape the dough into a ball and place in a large clean bowl. Cover the bowl with oiled clingfilm and leave to prove for around 90 minutes or until the dough has doubled in size. Sometimes I leave the dough to prove next to a warm pre-heated oven which helps it rise quicker. 
4. When the dough is done, turn out onto a lightly floured surface and knead for about 30 seconds. 
5. The oven should be pre-heated to 210 degrees.
6. Next, you should divide the dough into 14 equal pieces and roll out into a sausage shape. You then shape into a traditional pretzel shape. This can be quite difficult and ours didn't really turn out like they should.
7. Pour boiling water into a large mixing bowl and whisk in the baking powder.
8. Using a large spoon, dip each pretzel into the mix and drain on a tea towel.
9. Transfer the pretzels onto the lined trays and leave for 10 minutes. Then brush with a beaten egg. 
10. Place in the centre of oven and bake for 10 minutes until they are a golden colour.
11. Let the pretzels cool, preferably on a wire rack. 
12. While the pretzels are cooling, you can decide on toppings. You can combine the cinnamon and sugar together in a bowl.
13. Brush pretzels with melted butter and then sprinkle with the sugar or any other toppings.
After the mix had finished proving. 
Ours didn't turn out like the original pretzel shape should but they did taste really good! 
If you want to look at her original recipe or any others her website is

About Time Film Review...

About Time (2013) - This is one of my all time favourite films so I had to blog about it. If you want to know why I love it so much, keep reading!

Main Cast:
Rachel McAdams, Domhnall Gleeson, Bill Nighy, Margot Robbie, Lindsay Duncan.

On his 21st birthday, Tim (Gleeson) is told a secret by his father (Nighy) that all the men in their family have the ability to travel back in time, though only to the places they have been. After moving to London to pursue his career as a lawyer, Tim uses his talent to time travel to perfect the first moment he met Mary (McAdams) who he soon falls in love with. Eventually though he realises that his ability can't solve all of the situations and problems that occur in his life.
If you haven't seen the film and don't want to know any details then stop reading now!

My Review:
I loved this film! It's very hard to put into words how much I love it which is a bit of a problem. It is a classic film by Richard Curtis who is famous for the films Love Actually, Notting Hill and Bridget Jones's Diary. All of which I really enjoy so of course this film was going to be just as good, well I thought so anyway. I hadn't seen much advertising for the film so when it was released in the cinema last November I didn't pay too much attention to it and wasn't too bothered about going to see it, like I normally am with romantic films and comedies. We didn't decide to watch it until a few months ago when it had been released on DVD and I am so glad we did. This is a real feel good film which makes you laugh and cry all the way through. I assumed the film was going to be a bit like The Time Traveler's Wife in which Rachel McAdam also plays the lead so I wasn't sure why she would do the same sort of film again. However, there are differences. Her character Mary never actually finds out about the time travelling, and it isn't something Tim continues to do all of his life. He uses this ability to go back in time to change any mistakes he's made or any problems which he thinks could affect himself and his family whereas his father only really used the ability to go back in time to read loads of different books. When Tim's father gets ill, he uses this as an opportunity to time travel and spend as much time with him as possible before it is too late. There are some really lovely scenes between these two and they have the sort of relationship any son would want with his father. The film is based a lot on their relationship just as much as it is on Tim and Mary's. It is obvious from the moment the two meet that they are meant to be and the jokes and quirks between them prove how in love they are. Showing how well Rachel McAdams and Domhnall Gleeson work together.

This film sends out many different messages to the audience, the main one being to be thankful for what you have and to cherish every person in your life. This is what the character Tim realises in the end which is why when he and Mary have their own family he chooses not to to time travel anymore and to see everyday for what it is and to take nothing for granted. The conclusion is a typical romantic ending but that is just what this film is about. When the film ended I just wanted to watch it again, straight away. This shows how well the writing was and how good the acting was, it is a film I know I will never ever get bored of.
Have you watched this film? What did you think?

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Spanish Paella Recipe...

Last night we made Spanish Paella using one of the Schwartz Flavour Shots from last months Degustabox so I thought I would post the recipe. I didn't get the best pictures at all so I'm sorry about that but I did my best.

We've made this before and it was just as good this time too luckily, we received four flavour shots, 2 paella ones and 2 tagliatelle ones which we're hoping to make soon. They're so easy to use and are really handy to have in. There is a recipe on the packaging stating what ingredients you need and the method but we improvised as we didn't have everything in at the time. I'll put up what ingredients we used and if you want you can change and add things to it. This serves 2 people but you can adapt the recipe if there is more.

1 Schwartz Spanish Paella Flavour Shot
2 rashers of bacon/chorizo/pepperami (It's your choice what you add, we've used bacon before but added pepperami this time
200g of boneless chicken breast, diced
150g of Paella or Risotto Rice
1 1/2 pints of water
Olive oil/Fry light
Salt and Pepper
1. Add oil to the frying pan
2. Stir the flavour shot then add to the warm pan
3. We baked the chicken in the oven which will be added near the end
4. Fry the bacon/chorizo in a smaller pan
5. Add the rice to the flavour shot and fry for 1 minute
6. Add water and bring to the boil then reduce to a simmer for 25 minutes
7. Add the bacon/chorizo to the mix along with the chicken for the last few minutes then serve
8. Goes well with crusty bread/salad or can be eaten by itself
The rice and the flavour shot. 
Almost done, meat has just been added.
Let me know if you give this recipe a try. 

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Saturday, 12 April 2014

Food Shop #1

I thought I would start blogging our weekly food shop, I've seen a few other people do these and some on video and really loved them! We normally get our weekly food shop from either Asda or Morrisons, the only problem with is Asda is that we have to get it delivered as the bus fare there is just ridiculous and we're students and poor! We normally spend around £25-£35 depending on what we already have in and what we need. Though if I go with George for the food it can be way more than that because I just find so many things I want to try or new deals and it eventually just adds up without me realising. This week we had the food delivered from Asda and it came to £36.60 which includes £2.50 delivery charge. There was also no substitutions which makes a change!
Warburtons Loaf £1
ASDA Part Baked Petit Pain x2 £1
ASDA Smoked Bacon and Cheese Quiche £1 
ASDA Ham Oak Smoked £1.85 
ASDA Smartprice Orange Juice £0.65
ASDA Smartprice Apple Juice £0.65
ASDA Cola £0.42 
Muller Vitality Strawberry Yoghurt Drink £1 
Butchers Selection Pork Loin Steaks £3 
Butchers Selection Breast Mini Fillets x2 £2.20 each 
ASDA Fusilli Twists £0.50 
ASDA Spaghetti £0.50 
ASDA Baby Potatoes £1
Bisto Reduced Salt Gravy Granules £1 
Pot Noodle Brazilian BBQ Steak Flavour 2 for £1.50 
Heinz Spaghetti Plus Pepperoni £0.50
ASDA Smartprice Chopped Tomatoes £0.31 
ASDA Spaghetti Loops £0.34 
ASDA Baked Beans £0.50 x2 .
ASDA Reduced Salt and Sugar Baked Beans £0.58
ASDA Smartprice 12 Variety Pack Crisps £0.66 
ASDA Smartprice Jaffa Cakes £0.85 
ASDA Smartprice Custard Creams £0.35
ASDA Granny Smith Apples £1.65 
ASDA Seedless Red Grapes £1.50 
McVities Tasties Choc Chip Cookies £0.50  
Young's 4 Lightly Coated and seasoned Alaska Pollock Fillets £2
BirdsEye Reggae Reggae Chicken Chargrills £1 
BirdsEye Chicken Dippers £1
ASDA Simply Mash £1
ASDA 12 Potato Waffles £1

So that's everything we got. A lot of it isn't healthy but as I said, we're students and on a budget and to be honest I don't want to cook loads!

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My Simple Lasagne Recipe...

So my first recipe post! I love cooking and lasagne is one of my faves so I had to do a post on it. We had it for tea last night and even though it wasn't all from scratch, it was easy and sort of homemade! I wanted to use a tomato and basil sauce that we got in our last Degustabox and as we didn't have a few ingredients in for my own sauce I thought it was the perfect time.

 This recipe would probably serve about 4 people, there's usually always some left over, there's way too much for me but George manages to get through it!
250g of Mince
1 onion chopped finely
1 pepper chopped
Sachet of white sauce
Tomato and herb sauce - Shop bought but you could make your own
Lasagne Sheets
Grated cheese (as much as you want)
A deep dish

1. First of all brown the mince in a hot pan, you shouldn't need much oil if any, we normally use a few sprays of the Frylight sunflower oil. A much healthier option compared to normal olive/sunflower oil
2. When the mince is almost cooked, add in the onion and pepper. When they have softened you can start the sauce or if your lazy like me, pour in the jar!
3. Let the sauce bubble away for about 20 minutes allowing it to thicken. I added at this point an oxo and some bisto to give it more of a meaty flavour, I prefer this to the sauce been a really strong tomato flavour
4. I normally prepare the white sauce in a small separate pan while the tomato sauce is cooking. I just used an asda's own sauce this time, though there are branded available which turn out exactly the same. All I had to do with this was add 300ml of milk and leave it to simmer until it become a nice, thick sauce
5. When both of the sauces are prepared, it time to start assembling the lasagne. First you spread about half of the mince mixture into the dish, layer about 3 lasagne sheets over it, you can use more or less depending on the size of the dish
6. After you've added the sheets, pour half of the white sauce mixture and spread
7. Next you just repeat, again add the mince, sheets on top of that and then the remaining sauce
8. Finally grate some cheese on top, this is the part I enjoy the most when it is cooked
9. Cook in a 200 degrees pre-heated oven for about 40-45 minutes
10. When cooked serve with, garlic bread/salad/chips. Or you could just have it by itself.

Look out for more food and recipe posts soon!

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Thursday, 10 April 2014


Hi! I'm Tiffany and welcome to my blog!

I'm so excited to have finally started a blog, I've been wanting to do this for a while but I've just found the courage to do so. I decided to start a blog so I can talk about all the things I love and hopefully get to know some other bloggers!

There will be all sorts of posts on here, I love food as you can tell by the name of my blog so a lot of them will be recipes, food hauls and things like that. But they'll be so many other things too. Hopefully some beauty reviews, showing you some of my favourites, film posts, monthly favourites, wishlists. I'm just going to go for it, see what happens and write about anything I want.

I would love to get to know some other bloggers so feel free to leave links to your blog.

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