It hit me during endless work training courses; you know the ones, you go round the room and all have to say something interesting about yourself, or give away your crazy hobbies; well these made me realise that I actually have very little interesting to say (how depressing!). I have numerous loves; my friends, my family, my food (and wine) and my memories, but doesn’t everybody??
So I have decided to make these things that I love into a hobby, to make them interesting for others, and to give me something more to talk meaningful about on my next training day!
And that is my story of how I became a blogger, short and simple, just like me!
Curried Parsnip and Coconut soup
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Mediterranean Chicken and Sweet Potato Stew
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Chilli and Garlic King Prawns
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Thai Chicken Laksa
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Strawberry Custard Tarts
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Deconstructed Cottage Pie
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