Hi lovely readers,
Glad you all liked my Tropical Crumble! If you do end up trying it, I’d love for you to take a picture, email it to me, and I will post it up on here.
Anyway, today there’s going to be a lot of linkage love rather than recipes, as you will see. To start with,
CONGRATULATIONS to the lovely Lauren, from Ginger is the New Pink, as she just found out that she’s expecting a baby girl. Exciting!
Also, there are a couple of giveaways in the blogsphere- Tasha, from The Voracious Vegan, is giving away a year’s subscription to VegNews as a generous thank you gift to her readers. Click here to check it out.
Gosh, I think that’s all for now.
So, onto life in South West England…
Sorry for the blurry image; it was first thing in the morning after all and Tom wasn’t around to lend his photography skills.
I have also been enjoying Ani Phyo‘s Cherry Tomato Marinara from her latest recipe book. It’s so good, and has been a welcome feature of my salad lunches this week. Honestly, if you haven’t got her latest book, Ani’s Raw Food Essentials yet, then you really need to do something about it…
In this bowl designed for man-size portions you will see it is accompanied by my fave raw crackers of the moment,
Inspired by Nelly and Heathy (from Sweetly Raw) I’ve also been trying to make some raw desserts and, I have to say, I’m not having much luck! I think I’m tending to overgrind the nuts, and am not getting the dates:nuts ratio right. Frustrating. So no pictures I’m afraid. As soon as I come up with something worth blogging about I most certainly will.
As stated by my post’s title, I have just one more day of lectures tomorrow and then I am officially on holidays for 8 weeks! Amazing. I have a load of uni work to do in that time but it’s all good. I will also be enjoying the gym, helping out at our local cat sanctuary, baking, cooking, un-cooking, blogging (naturally), and finding time to go to Paris and New York. Did I mention life is hard sometimes?
Hope you’ve had a good week so far. Only one more day until the weekend (unless you’re Robyn and Tasha in Saudi whose weekends fall at a different time in the week, sorry guys).