Cheese and Potato Pierogis

You will need: For the dough For the filling: Recipe Video: Optional Extras: And the how to: That’s it! Simple as that. Tell me what you think – have you made this recipe? Will you? What flavours would you like to try? Let me know in the comments! Don’t forget to subscribe to my channelContinue reading “Cheese and Potato Pierogis”

Mushroom Gnocchi – 50p Budget Meal

You will need: For the Mushroom Sauce Recipe Video: Optional Extras: And the how to: That’s it! Simple as that. Tell me what you think – have you made this recipe? Will you? Let me know in the comments! Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel and this blog to get new budget-friendly recipes everyContinue reading “Mushroom Gnocchi – 50p Budget Meal”

20 Minute Curry With Naans

You will need: You can substitute the chickpeas for any number of items: chicken, mushrooms, paneer. You can also add in things like kale, spinach, and other greens to bulk out and boost the curry. Recipe Video: Optional Extras: Homemade naan bread Making these naan breads is really simple and brings the total cost ofContinue reading “20 Minute Curry With Naans”

Pea Soup – 20p Budget Meal

This is a pea soup. While it doesn’t sound the most exciting, the lemon dressing makes even this humble bowl a standout dinner.

Plus, it only costs 18.5p per portion – you can’t go wrong!

Perfect Homemade Pizzas – 50p Budget Meals

You will need: Recipe Video: Optional Extras: And the how to: That’s it! Simple as that. Tell me what you think – have you made this recipe? Will you? Let me know in the comments! Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel and this blog to get new budget-friendly recipes every week. If you knowContinue reading “Perfect Homemade Pizzas – 50p Budget Meals”

And into August (slightly late)

Last week’s post kind of slipped my mind, but perhaps that’s for the best as this week has given me lots of exciting new to share. Food Up first: food. I have mentioned before that I intend to make a YouTube channel with a focus on cheap recipes to make at home to help peopleContinue reading “And into August (slightly late)”

And we’re off!

Yes! My first assignment for the Publishing Training Centre’s Essential Proofreading 1 course has been sent, just in time to relax in the sweltering heatwave with some iced coffee (or may just ice!). So far in the course, and without going into specifics, I’ve covered the basics of working on a docx/Word file using TrackContinue reading “And we’re off!”

A New Direction

I’m alive! It’s been noted that I don’t post much on here, and that’s for two reasons: I’m not a very ‘public’ person, and I don’t think I have enough useful insights into writing to share consistently. You may agree or disagree with the sentiment as much as you like, but I’ll leave that toContinue reading “A New Direction”

Shelve it for later

I haven’t posted much recently, but I wanted to write this because I think there’s an aspect to all creativity that’s rarely talked about, and that’s giving yourself room to grow—making mistakes! Recently I’ve seen a lot of people I know take up new hobbies, with most of my friends choosing writing. That excites me.Continue reading “Shelve it for later”

2021 Roundup

2021 Roundup It’s been one heck of a year! I’ve been quiet recently, both on here and on my social media platforms, and I think it’s about time I gave an update on my work. Books Heritage As some of you will know, The Heritage Saga is my primary work — the first thing IContinue reading “2021 Roundup”