Big breakfast from the 100% vegan Bonobo Café in Aberdeen.
The famous/infamous Greggs Vegan Sausage Roll above… Easter goodies below:
We are enjoying the gentle magic and mystery of The Near Witch. And hot chocolate. And the spring sunshine.
Then there’s beautiful bowls and easy meals. Goodfella’s have a new vegan pizza:
But, our best place to be? Or one of them 🙂 The wild and wonderful woods…
These are from a Tesco Finest Free From Salted Caramel Easter Egg, which is a bit of a mouthful, but a delicious one! A bit of a jump too, from what was available in supermarkets last year, with those white chocolate truffles.
Despite what the blog might suggest, we haven’t just been living on Easter chocolate and trying to claim it as ‘seasonal eating’. Soup is such a staple just now as we come to the end of winter. See our page of soups here.
Winter is ending. We are convinced of it. Sunsets are later, and sunrises, like the one through the trees below, are earlier and earlier!
We’ve reached that pre-Christmas time when, regardless of how simple your planned festivities are, everything becomes really hectic. So: crisps on a plate. It is a festive plate though. And people are happily gobbling up their Tesco salt and vinegar twists as happily as they gobbled down the fancier snacks 🙂 Moral of the crisps on a plate? Don’t try too hard, don’t tire yourself out: enjoy Christmas.
Take a little walk on the beach. Breathe. Eat some crisps.
Today’s recipe: Gluten Free Mini Chocolate Yule Logs
Jameson’s Raspberry and Peppermint Ruffles from Home Bargains, as is the squirrel nut bowl, as is the amazing bargain of a vegan selection box for 99p below.