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Vegan Spinach Ravioli

Vegan Spinach Ravioli

Vegan Spinach Ravioli – Most pasta doughs have eggs in them and more often than not, the cheese used is not vegan. So how about making the pasta from scratch and using vegan cream cheese? Voila! Vegan spinach ravioli served with mushrooms. This is an ideal option for someone who misses having a cheesy ravioli pasta but has allergy to…

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Spiced Lamb Pockets

Spiced Lamb Pockets

Spiced Lamb Pockets This is a simple recipe suitable for a lunchtime snack for the whole family, which you can get the kids to help prepare. Spiced Lamb Pockets is not a difficult dish to prepare or cook, it incorporates elements of both Moroccan and Greek cuisines. The yoghurt add another element to the dish which is healthy and mellowing,…

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Wild Mushroom & Pork

Wild Mushroom & Pork

When you are struggling to get the kids settled after school, and you need to have something prepared for dinner. Which needs to be nutritious, quick and simple enough to allow you to complete the rest of your tasks before bed. Wild Mushroom & Pork is a recipes which is super simple, tasty, and is always a winner with the…

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How to build a personal brand

How to build a personal brand

To add value to your business Written by Sophie Richardson You’ve probably heard the term ‘personal brand’ a lot. It’s also likely first interpretations of it hold some association to social media influencers, or being ‘Instagram famous’. While true, the power of a personal brand extends beyond these singular vocations and should be implemented into every business’s marketing strategy. Think…

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Teaching Children to Value

Teaching Children to Value Time

Written By Casey Castro In the modern world we live in with technology so readily available, it can be hard to hold our childrens attention for very long. Especially with games being so bright and colourful and technology being so easy to use in their little hands. Children (and adults) of all ages love the pull of a device. They…

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Chickpea Flatbread

Chickpea Flatbread

Flatbread Revolution – Chickpea Flatbread Since time immoral the humble flatbread has been a staple food source for cultures across the globe from Africa to the Americas. Always made with simple ingredients that could be prepared and cooked easily, and many of the combinations were delicious just like Chickpea Flatbread. With the evolution of man came the development in bread…

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Mashed Sweet Potatoes

Mashed Sweet Potatoes and Butternut Squash

Who doesn’t love a good mash and this one has all the goods to complete a well-rounded meal Mashed Sweet Potatoes. A great accompaniment for almost any winter meal, hearty and warm, packed full of healthy goodness. Sweet potatoes and butternut squash in a combination together work so very well, they are inexpensive and nutritious. There is no simpler recipe…

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Does Your Future Include

Buying or Selling a Home this Year? How to Sell and Buy A Home at the Same Time… Written by Eriks Draiska Every real estate transaction is different in its own way. Some real estate transactions are straightforward, while others are a puzzle and have several hurdles that need to be overcome. One of the trickiest situations that can exist in…

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loaded fries with cheese melting

Loaded Fries

Great snack for the family watching a sports game or even a movie together. The loaded Fries recipe here uses sweet potato in a truly magnificent way. Usually, you would see potato featured as the main component of this dish, though this switch is magnificent. Loaded Fries is perfect for that cold winter night when you are looking to bond…

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bean soup with pork

Pork Knuckle & Bean Soup

There is nothing more that I enjoy than a good soup, this recipe for Pork Knuckle & Bean Soup is one of my favourites. It originates in Hungarian cuisine and is a classic, and personally, I can never get enough. One bowl is never enough for me, I can continue to eat it till I bursts. It basically is a…

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Happy Mum

Happy Mum: The True Source of Family Wealth

Written by Nikki Cox Wealth in life can be defined in many ways, and can look very different to every person. By one definition, wealth is having “a plentiful supply of a particular desirable thing”, and what is desirable to each and every one of us is based on our values in life. My grandmother always said that she was…

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Arabian Style Pinwheels

Arabian Style Pinwheels

Arabian Style Pinwheels is a recipe designed basically for kids, allowing them to prepare and construct the entire recipe. We take a traditional tabouleh salad, and pair that with hummus, fresh pita, and spicy rocket lettuce. The kids seem to love it, and why not it is delicious. It is also a healthy recipe that is suitable for plant-based diets,…

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Mad Mexican

Mad Mexican

Snack Idea For the Kids (Mad Mexican) Mad Mexican is a great recipe for your kids and their friends to enjoy, because one Mad Mexican can feed upto 10 hungry bellies depending on the size of your tortillas. It a great way to get the kids in to the kitchen, as they can customise this recipe to their own likes,…

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Bullying and Cyberbullying

Tech: Bullying and Cyberbullying

Written by Marguerita Cheng Bullying was once considered a normal part of growing up. But name-calling and spreading rumors are more than an unpleasant childhood experience. It’s bullying, and no one should have to endure it. Unfortunately, the rise in technology and smartphones have brought it to a whole new level. According to a Pew Research Center study, 59% of…

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Pearl Barley & Chanterelle Risotto

Pearl Barley & Chanterelle Risotto

The traditional risotto prepared with arborio rice is a classic of the Italian kitchen. We have taken this and reworked it to substitute the rice with beautiful pearl barley. Which provides, as long as it is cooked correctly a similar level of creaminess as the rice provides. Our recipe here for Pearl Barley & Chanterelle Risotto featured the chanterelle mushroom,…

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Sumac & Berry Smash

One of my favourite types of fruit is berries, especially when they are in season, not like the strawberries which are available year round. They seldom need much to accompany them, though from time to time a little help helps to enhance their impact.\ such as in this recipe for Sumac & Berry Smash. This recipe for Sumac & Berry…

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Apps For Work Life Balance

Written by Victoria Radford We live in a wonderful world where parents are constantly told, “You can do it all”. When it comes to achieving work/life balance, however, without the right tools it can sometimes feel like we are pushing a shopping trolley up a hill. I recently went back to work after 10 years, now all my 4 kids…

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Red Kidney Bean Hummus in blue and white bowl

Red Kidney Bean Hummus

Recipe by Tenina Holder Dips – Red Kidney Bean Hummus Dips are perfect when entertaining guests, as well as being a healthy filler between meals for the kids. Dips are cost-effective and can be part of a well-balanced diet. This recipe for Red Kidney Bean Hummus is a variation of the more traditional Middle eastern Hummus recipe, popular worldwide. Dips…

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Get more energised by using nature

Written by Clint Bauer Working with children on a regular basis and often spending time with my niece and nephews, what I find energises them the most (and us!) is spending time in nature. Why is nature good for family fitness and getting active? (Get more energised) For one… it’s free to use!  That’s a pretty good reason right there!…

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Fun Ways to Get Your Family Active

(and Why It’s Important…) Written by Annette Rose It’s no secret that in 2019 we are all trying to fit more in – technology has given rise to an era of ‘always on’ affecting us and our families in ways that are not all positive. I can work from the time I wake up till the time I go to…

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