The 25th of January is Burns Night in Scotland, where the poet Robert Burns is honoured by means of a Burns Supper that usually involves, poetry, music and a Haggis! As I’m
It is lockdown and almost everything is closed, the streets are empty and at times it is so deadly quiet I feel as if we are the only people on the planet. Yesterday
Most of us have heard about the moral fable of the frogs in boiling water, that is often used to warn about the slow erosion of liberties or any other slow threat. The
“If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is thank you, it will be enough." - Meister EckhartI am not American, although I do have many cousins living there and
“rejoicing in hope, patient in tribulation, continuing steadfastly in prayer;” - Romans 12 : 12There are times of waiting. Times when it feels as if the thing you desire the most, is always out
Pumpkin Fritters are one of those comfort foods from my childhood that I love making for my family. They are a common feature in a South African home, sometimes even served alongside roast
October is the month of pumpkins. It has just been Canadian Thanks Giving and soon Halloween will be upon us. I am loving the changing seasons and Autumn here in the Northern Hemisphere.
This is my youngest daughter, Nina’s favourite cake and every year I make it for her birthday. It is really easy to make, beautifully moist and so divine, just make sure you
This is seriously the best chocolate cake ever! Once you have tried it you won't ever need to search for another chocolate cake recipe again. I have tried and tested quite a few
"You are as young as your faith, as old as your doubt; as young as your self-confidence, as old as your fear; as young as your hope, and as old as your despair.