Jamie Oliver’s Homemade Hot Chocolate

homemade hot chocolate

Ever wanted to make homemade hot chocolate but thought it was too much hassle?  This easy recipe is quick to make and leaves enough to store away for next time. When you think of Christmas, whats the first beverage you think of?  Non alcoholic obviously (don’t worry the cocktail recipes are coming soon – I’ve […]

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Chocolate Orange Muffins

chocolate orange muffins

With the right scales, I’ve made baking my bitch and whipped up these perfect chocolate orange muffins, just in time for the festive season. My twelve days of blogmas has started, so those of you who are subscribed be prepared to be spammed with all things festive.  I’ve kicked it off with these chocolate orange […]

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Leather x Chunky Knits

leather x chunky knits

I’m trying to keep my purchases relevant all year round by breaking my rules, merging all seasonal items together and creating this leather x chunky knits look. If you haven’t already guessed, I’m all about keeping my clothes alive during every season of the year, I mean we spend so much on them so we […]

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Earth Tones: Part 2

earth tones: part 2 ronnie-sheree

Earth Tones: Part 2 is a follow-up from a familiar post I did a couple of weeks ago, using similar tones just in a different style; demonstrating how we can use different items to jazz up the same coat. I’m in love with this coat, so much so that I had to do another post […]

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Vietnamese Chicken Pho

vietnamese chicken pho ronnie-sheree

Fresh, full of flavours and truly satisfying is just some of the qualities of this Traditional Vietnamese chicken pho.  Don’t believe me? Get involved and judge it for yourself. Pho is a popular Vietnamese noodle soup usually served with raw vegetables and beef or chicken.  I LOVE Vietnamese food, like I could eat it everyday and […]

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AW16 Shearling Coats Wish List

Shearling coats

Shearling coats have been making statements for well over 100 years, for historic icons like Del Boy it was his signature look and well if its good enough for him, its good enough for me.  Rewind to AW16 and they are still at the top of my list for Winter wear, heres my current shearling […]

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Earth Tones

earth tones

The only good thing about winter is the clothes, right? I’m trying to keep mine popping by adding a few statement pieces in some earth tones. This winter, I have had my heart set on not wearing dull colours; I know the weather is miserable but it doesn’t mean I have to look miserable – […]

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Winter Warmers: Spicy Beef Stew

beef stew

When I think of food for the winter, I think of real, hearty dishes like pies, soups and stews with lots of root vegetables.  Warm up from the inside out with my easy peesy, spicy beef stew with crispy parsnip shavings. Prep time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 1hr/3hrs (the longer the better) Ingredients to serve […]

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Traditional Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Celebrate Thanksgiving the old fashioned way with my traditional pumpkin pie recipe, if I can make this – anyone can! I went down to the pumpkin patch in Basildon, Essex to pick out the perfect little pumpkins for the many recipes I intend to make.  This place was absolutely amazing, perfect for a family day […]

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Culottes for AW16

AW16

This is the second part of my blog posts about transitioning summer clothes into an AW16 setting, allowing you to benefit more from your purchases, even the seasonal ones – read more on “The Method”. If you read my last style post, you’ll know that I’m demonstrating ways to keep the dust off your summer […]

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