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.Β 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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Tom's beefy bits

Tom’s Beefy Bits


Oh wow my friends. I think you are going to enjoy Tom’s beefy bits. They’re YUMMY! The perfect training treat. Delicious, healthy, easy to make and cost effective. What’s not to love? We got a small chest freezer last year which is really cool. So when the mummy sees good quality meats and offals in the reduced counters she buys…

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Tom’s Autumn Gardening Diary


Hello. Welcome to Tom’s Autumn Gardening Diary. It’s been a long time my friends since my last gardening diary. Tillie ruptured her achilles tendon when she chased a deer in the woods and had to have an operation to fix it. She then had 6 weeks crate rest and I looked after her with mummy. I didn’t want to leave…

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Tom's Gardening Diary July

Tom’s Summer Gardening Diary


Hello and a very big welcome to Tom’s Summer Gardening Diary. Summer started very sunny in North East Scotland and Tillie and me managed to enjoy some picnics and picnic rug time in the garden. It might look like we are just busy relaxing on a picnic rug but we have been very busy researching nutrition for our food blogs…

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Tom's Gardening Diary - June

Tom’s Sniff, Nudge, Nibble Gardening Diary


Hello my gardening friends. Welcome to Tom’s Sniff, Nudge, Nibble Gardening Diary. I’m aspiring to be like Monty Don. He’s my favourite writer and one of my favourite gardeners. Β I started Tom’s Gardening Diary as my rehearsal for becoming a famous writer like Monty. It would be amazing to have my own column in a big magazine and I would…

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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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Tom’s April Snow Gardening Diary


Well golly gosh my friends. You really couldn’t write this stuff without believing that the April fool goblin carried on making fun through the whole of April. At the beginning of April I brought you Tom’s Daffodil Diaries and we had enjoyed some lovely gardening weather in Tom’s garden. Then, on 24th April the weather goblins flicked a switch, turned…

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Tom’s Daffodil Diaries


I love spring. It’s yellow. Yellow is my favourite colour. It’s a happy colour. And it smells nice too. Tom’s garden is starting to burst into yellow life with daffodil popping up everywhere with their cheerful little faces. Dancing in the breeze, singing in the sunshine and laughing in the rain. We have native daffodils (I’ll call them Jane Daffodils)…

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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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