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Spicy Mushroom Stew With Home Made Gnocchi

In Foodie Me by eva.katona@yahoo.com12 Comments

In most Eastern-European countries, stew is everything. Hungary, where I’m from, is no different, we have all sorts of stews including goulash, which Hungarians eat as a soup. I know, we’re weird. The cuisine is of course heavy in meat dishes. Luckily, a lot of meat based dishes can be turned into a lovely vegetarian meal quite easily. My mum …

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How To Find Local Professional Services With Bidvine.com

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We have a growing local mummy network where I live and we have a Whatsapp group to support each other, make friends and ask for advice or recommendations. Our chat tends to revolve around a few categories: 1. Baby poo 2. Can anyone recommend a gardener/carpenter/nanny/tutor/yoga-class/cleaner/mobile beautician 3. When is the next mummy night out 4. Chicken pox 5. Random …

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Savoury Butternut Squash – Broccoli Muffins With Feta

In Foodie Me by eva.katona@yahoo.com7 Comments

These are just perfect to make on a rainy afternoon, and eat them all up whilst they are still lovely and warm. I have a very picky toddler and seems like my baby girl is following her big brother’s footsteps. Lucky me. Not. I was hoping that at least one child of mine will eat properly. Nope, I can keep …

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15 Fun Things To Do In Vienna With Small Children

In Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com9 Comments

I love Vienna. It has been voted to the most liveable city of the world for a reason. I’ve visited plenty of times, however, never with my children until a few weeks ago. Naturally, this time it was a completely different experience, just as we did expect it to be. Not so much of Aperol-Spritzing and Museum Quartier visiting. You …

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Review: From Earth To Earth Bamboo Toothbrush

In Green & Ethical Living, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com2 Comments

I was very much looking forward to test this toothbrush. I completely ruin a toothbrush in every 2-3 weeks. Don’t ask me how, I probably just brush like a maniac. Which means, I go through a lot of toothbrushes a year. Unfortunately, I never quite got used to the electric ones, I just miss my own brushing action. Lots of …

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Green Tea Cookies With Matcha And Mint

In Foodie Me by eva.katona@yahoo.com10 Comments

I’m a bit of a matcha addict lately. Not just as a tea (once a day at least), but I also love combing it with sweet flavours. Like cakes and ice cream. It adds the subtle bitterness of the finest green tea and a lovely, bright green shade. I already tried it with cream cheese chiminangas (find my recipe here: …

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Kid’s Risotto With Salmon, Courgette And Lots Of Cheese

In Foodie Me by eva.katona@yahoo.com2 Comments

One of the my little guy’s tolerated (i.e. cooked until it’s unrecognisable and well hidden under mountains of cheese) vegetables is courgette. Probably, because it’s a little tasteless. Therefore, I try to use it whenever I can. It can go into a lot of different dishes, including risotto. The other evening, when I was desperate to find a way to …

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Review: Term Footwear Wellies

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Wellies are essential clothing items when you’re a young child. All that outdoorsy fun you don’t want to miss because of bad weather. In fact, that’s part of the fun. One word: PUDDLES. Have you met a kid who doesn’t find puddles the most exciting thing in the world? No, me neither. Bobcat is definitely a huge fan of them. Loves …

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DIY Hey Duggee Theme Birthday Party

In Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com54 Comments

This year I planned a Hey Duggee themed birthday party for Bobcat. To be honest, I throughly enjoyed it! For those, not familiar with the character: this is the funniest cartoon on CBeebies, on a quite sophisticated way. Duggee is a dog running a scout camp and the little animal children have to complete a task in every episode, so …

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HAPS SuperFruits Drink Review – Plus SuperBreakfast Recipe

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I always believed in the “you are what you eat” theory and that nutrition is a key player in our wellbeing. Backed up by science and focusing on a certain area or problem, the right nutrition can be a lifesaver. Not only on physical but mental level too. When Rik, the cheerful main guy behind HAPS contacted me, I was just …