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Slow-Cooked Lamby Pot


Slow-cooked Lamby Pot is one of our favourite home cooked dinners to enjoy in winter. Home cooked food is fresh, naturally nutritious, super tasty and fun to make. It’s easier and more cost effective than you think too. We love cooking and baking in the kitchen with the mummy and testing new recipes. It’s fun! And the mummy loves to…

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Bone Broth


Bone broth! What a wonderful thing. A broth. Made with bones. Oozing health and nutrition. Tastes delicious and fills the house with the most wonderful comforting smell when it’s simmering. Bone broths are nutrient-dense, easy to digest and rich in flavour. They are full of healing proteins, healthy fats and minerals. How good is that? Health benefits of bone broth Now…

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Tillie's Adventures - Dodd Wood and Derwentwater

Tillie’s Adventures – Dodd Wood and Derwentwater


Well. Tfff. Tom has been complaining that I haven’t been writing up my stories of my adventures. What’s he like? He thinks I don’t read his stories to see that he’s having a little moan. For goodness sake. What a dick head. Anyway, I do have quite a lot of stories of my adventures to type up and I am…

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Tillie's tuna cake

Tillie’s tuna cake


Tillie loves tuna cake! I mean I really love tuna cake. In a taste test in the woods the other day I chose tuna cake over a whole lot of other yummy treats every time. So whilst Tom is responsible for writing most of the recipes on our blog, I thought I would put on my chefs hat and share…

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Tillie’s Adventures – St Cyrus Nature Reserve and Beach


I visited St Cyrus Nature Reserve and Beach in August 2015 so this is an adventure from Tillie’s archives. But it’s a special adventure and a beautiful place. A special adventure for two reasons:- 1) One of my favourites persons Gwandad Cushionz was born and brought up near there. Well, he’s now Gwandad because he’s lost his Cushion. Somewhere. 2)…

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Tillie’s Adventures – Crannoch Woods


Crannoch Woods is on the edge of Cullen. I was going to buy Cullen with my first five pounds and I suppose I could’ve owned the woods. But I don’t like shops so didn’t go into a shop to buy Cullen and therefore I don’t own the woods. I think they are owned by Seafield Estate. Anyway, Crannoch Woods are…

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Tillie’s Adventures – Bin of Cullen


We live beside the Bin of Cullen. Also known as the Bin Hill. It’s one of my favourite places for exploring and it’s only a short walk from our house and work. The bottom part of the Bin, also known as Little Bin, has woodland, forest and a burn. The top is covered in heather. There are plenty of forest…

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