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Autism & Food Issues

[ad_1] This week is World Autism Awareness Week and for the next few days I’m going to devote some time on the blog to talking about autism and food and my experiences of both. image: Kim Lightbody Photography This is Fintan, or Finn for short. Finn is four years old and he loves trains, playing at the park, watching Bing on tv and annoying egg surprise opening videos on You Tube. Finn is also autistic, diagnosed aged three and a…

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Fun Food Tutorial: Easter Gingerbread House

[ad_1] Today I’m sharing a fun project that my boys and I created recently, an Easter themed gingerbread house! This idea came to me when I found a leftover gingerbread house kit at the back of my kitchen cupboard, after we completely forgot to make it in the chaos of last Christmas. The shops are full of Easter supplies at the moment so I decided to re-purpose the kit for a more suitable seasonal treat for this time of year!…

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Autism & Food Issues

[ad_1] This week is World Autism Awareness Week and for the next few days I’m going to devote some time on the blog to talking about autism and food and my experiences of both. image: Kim Lightbody Photography This is Fintan, or Finn for short. Finn is four years old and he loves trains, playing at the park, watching Bing on tv and annoying egg surprise opening videos on You Tube. Finn is also autistic, diagnosed aged three and a…

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Fun Food Tutorial: Easter Raisin Boxes

[ad_1] Today’s cute Easter themed raisin boxes make a great healthy option for popping into Easter baskets. You can make them yourself for a fun Easter snack or to pack in a lunch box in the run up to Easter, or let the kids get crafty and make their own – they’ll love having a healthy snack to eat at the end of their crafting session! I created four fun designs for our Easter raisin boxes using easy-to-find craft supplies,…

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Autism & Food Issues

[ad_1] This week is World Autism Awareness Week and for the next few days I’m going to devote some time on the blog to talking about autism and food and my experiences of both. image: Kim Lightbody Photography This is Fintan, or Finn for short. Finn is four years old and he loves trains, playing at the park, watching Bing on tv and annoying egg surprise opening videos on You Tube. Finn is also autistic, diagnosed aged three and a…

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The Tastiest Chocolate Dishes in London

[ad_1] Easter is fast approaching and, as always, the city of London is bustling with chocolatey dishes that will satisfy even the sweetest of teeth. However, with so much choice and so little time, it’s hard to pick out the most delectable treats on offer this year. To make things easier for you, we’ve put together our resources to deliver you the tastiest chocolate dishes that you can have this Easter in London. From restaurants to food stalls and pop-ups,…

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Asian Pear Tart with Manouri Cheese and Citrus Glaze.

[ad_1] Notes: Asian Pears are circular and have a firm, crisp, texture. Manouri cheese is a rindless, semi-soft, with cream added. It’s sweeter and creamier than Feta. You’ll need a Mandolin, a pastry brush, One sheet of good quality store bought butter Puff Pastry, one Medium Asian Pear, one Medium Yellow Onion, about one stick of Unsalted Butter, half a Medium/Large Orange, Sugar, 1/4 cup of Manouri Cheese, (or a soft creamy Feta) crumbled, 1 Lemon, fresh Pea Shoots for garnish. …

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Autism & Food Issues

[ad_1] This week is World Autism Awareness Week and for the next few days I’m going to devote some time on the blog to talking about autism and food and my experiences of both. image: Kim Lightbody Photography This is Fintan, or Finn for short. Finn is four years old and he loves trains, playing at the park, watching Bing on tv and annoying egg surprise opening videos on You Tube. Finn is also autistic, diagnosed aged three and a…

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Ya Win Some, Ya Lose Some

[ad_1] Hey friends! How are you!? In complete contrast to the beautifully sunny weather we had for St. Patrick’s Day weekend, this past weekend was gray, cold and rainy. It seems like much of the United States cannot figure out if it wants spring to arrive but I sure am ready for it! Friday evening the sun peeked out and we had a little glimpse at some decent weather which was a good thing since we had a few of…

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How to Make Your Cheap Long Term Accommodation Feel Like Home

[ad_1] When travelling, it’s necessary to feel comfortable and at-home in order to have a rewarding holiday experience. For longer stays, it’s therefore important to find ways to make your cheap long term accommodation feel like home. Some long term accommodation types might try to imitate the luxury of a home, but there can be something missing when you’re staying somewhere unfamiliar. Whether you’re away for a week or a month, on a business trip or jet setting with friends,…

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