Monthly Archives: March 2014

stuffed bacon roll recipe

Stuffed bacon rolls

So good it could almost be classed as a local delicacy, stuffed bacon rolls are simple, cheap and delicious! There’s no big secret to them other than to make sure you use a breadcrumb stuffing. Below is a great way to make this using shop bought dry stuffing.

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Drawing diggers

Designing a yellow boy’s bedroom

As you may know, I’m hoping a house move is on the cards this year. I hope I’m not getting ahead of myself but I have already started pinning ideas and asking Lewis what he would like if he gets a new bedroom. He has responded to my query and his wish is for his bedroom to be “yellow – brighter than the sun! With diggers and farms”.

Okaaay… not too sure about that. I want him to be involved and make choices, but at the same time I want it to look good!

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Spanish Potatoes Recipe

Okay, there is no denying it, this Spanish potatoes recipe¬†is not local to Northern Ireland! However, it uses potatoes so I’m thinking I can get away with it!

I actually came up with this recipe after buying a ready to cook convenience tray of Spanish Potatoes. They tasted quite yummy, so I just had a sneak peek at the ingredients and decided I would just make my own in future!

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Carnfunnock Country Park Larne

Determined not to be held back by winter cold’s and grey skies any longer, we decided one March day to visit Carnfunnock Country Park. Their website looks great and promises lots of activities for children of all ages, although it does say to phone in advance to find out which attractions are open. We didn’t do this which in hindsight was mistake. Still being classed as out of season, and being a Sunday morning, the only staffed areas which were open were the cafes.

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Blog Your Heart Out

If you’ve been following me you are probably aware that this blog is relatively new and I’m still finding out what works best, for me and the blog. I have been lucky to find so much support from other bloggers on my journey so far. One of whom is Lucy who writes at Baked Potato Mummy. Lucy has also tagged me in Blog Your Heart Out -five questions to help you learn a little more about the person behind the blog. So here goes…

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