I’m lying in bed, having warm, lazy Sunday snuggles with the furball, when I hear screeching. It’s loud and it’s close and Meep is straight out of bed and up on the window sill, curious and alert, both of us wondering what the hell is going on. When the noise doesn’t die down immediately, I […]
Ingredients 230g pack of pastry: pâte brisée* 750g of plums 75g of sugar (I used demerara) 50g of butter (I used lightly salted) According to the original recipe, these quantities serve 6. I’ll be honest, we had a quarter each. We probably could have just eaten it all in one sitting. *We’ve been trying to […]
What actually happens a rural village flea markets? Well, nothing you want to be a part of.
This is my début short story, Grace is Wicked. Why is someone scratching (and sometimes oozing) writing all over Kat’s things? None of her family are owning up so what will it take to find out why Grace is Wicked? Available in all Amazon marketplaces.
It’s easy to lose your way in a silent winter night. Two o’clock in the morning, with a fresh cushion of inviting snow wrapped around every shape that usually holds such a familiar feel but is now changed, new and a little fantastic. No light to guide you, except from a feeble and partially clouded […]
We made this the other night in a fit of ‘What the hell are we doing?’ It’s pie in the sense of ‘shepherds’ and ‘cottage’. So does that make it ‘henhouse’ pie? Who knows. Let’s get to the food. It serves 3 hungry people for a dinner or 4 people with more moderate appetites.
Dad and I took a little trip up to what is rapidly becoming a favourite vantage point on the hill at the top of Monchel. There are a couple of other shots taken in and around the house but a lot of this is going to be the glorious sunset from four days ago. Because […]