Which Woods Work Best for DIY Home Remodel Projects? – Guest post by Carpenter, Tom Masters

If you’re a homeowner, there may come a time when you get tired of the old and start making plans to brighten the home up with a fresh coat of paint, introduce new lighting to a dingy closet space or even better, replace the cabinets, flooring or even the walls or other areas of a … Continue reading Which Woods Work Best for DIY Home Remodel Projects? – Guest post by Carpenter, Tom Masters

Rhubarb and Ginger Crumble Cupcakes

Many thanks to Holly for this latest recipe. You can find others by clicking here. ....................................................................................... In this season one of my favourite things to eat is rhubarb, specifically the forced rhubarb that comes in a fantastic bright pink shade. The tender pink stems and sharp flavour are delicious and I think rhubarb is wonderful … Continue reading Rhubarb and Ginger Crumble Cupcakes

The Best Eco-Friendly Kitchen Ideas for Every Home – Guest post by Diana Smith

Traditionally, the kitchen has been a place which creates loads of waste, with power-hungry, buzzing, baking and cooling appliances amping up your electricity bills. Add the under-sink chemical department with products marked ‘toxic’ and ‘corrosive’ and the picture you get is not very ‘green’ by any standard. Luckily, the times have changed. Now you can … Continue reading The Best Eco-Friendly Kitchen Ideas for Every Home – Guest post by Diana Smith

Beetroot Soup

Thanks again to Holly for putting together this seasonal recipe. Hope you enjoy cooking (and eating!) it. To find Holly's other seasonal recipes click here. The choice for November is Beetroot soup. ............................................................................................................................... As November draws to a close I present to you this month’s seasonable vegetable, the marvellous, jewel toned beetroot. I love to … Continue reading Beetroot Soup