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A Taste Of History From Horsham Gingerbread Bakehouse

Historical food and recipes have always piqued my interest as my A-Level Art History teacher was the well-renowned Culinary Historian Ivan Day, who alongside our syllabus regularly discussed historic foods of the period with us. I find it fascinating how tastes have drastically changed, yet many recipes from centuries ago have managed to stand the test… Continue reading A Taste Of History From Horsham Gingerbread Bakehouse

Books

Blog Tour: The Cheesemaker’s House By Jane Cable

I am delighted to be taking part in this Blog Tour to celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the release of Jane Cable's novel The Cheesemaker's House. Many thanks to Rachel from Rachel's Random Resources and of course the wonderful Jane Cable for allowing me to take part, I hope you enjoy my review! Synopsis When… Continue reading Blog Tour: The Cheesemaker’s House By Jane Cable

Days Out, Events & Holiday's · Reviews

Days Out: New Lanark Mills World Heritage Site, Scotland

New Lanark is an 18th Century mill village situated less than an hours drive from the Scottish cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh. Built alongside the picturesque River Clyde it’s one of Scotland’s six UNESCO World Heritage sites, boasting a popular visitor attraction and much more besides. It’s history is widely known thanks to the revolutionary… Continue reading Days Out: New Lanark Mills World Heritage Site, Scotland

Books

Book Review: The Wild Air by Rebecca Mascull

Back in January I was gifted a subscription by the Rare Birds Book Club and was kindly sent their monthly pick, The Wild Air. I’ll be honest I hadn’t heard of the author Rebecca Mascull before I received the book and having read the blurb realised I probably wouldn’t have chosen the book for myself.… Continue reading Book Review: The Wild Air by Rebecca Mascull