Monthly Archives: December 2013
‘Let it Snow’…..
One shake of a snow globe is all it takes to sweep me up, sprinkled with tiny snowflakes to the miniature world of perpetual Christmas. Two shakes and I am stepping into the snow white perfection of forever winter in the magical world of Narnia. I can even feel the silky soft fur against my … Continue reading
‘The Mammy of Irish Cooking’….
I love old cookery books. Especially those written in the late 1930’s to the 1950’s. These fragile, fusty books evoke a time where vegetable seed sowing charts cosied up beside tips for ‘How to use up the meat on a ham bone when it gets dry and uninteresting’. I might look like a high maintenance … Continue reading