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Cauliflower And Paneer With Coconut Curry

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I love paneer, it’s a good base for vegetarian curry recipes and by adding it to literally any veggie curry or replacing meat with it works out always for me. With cauliflower I am a bit ambivalent, I usually need a masking flavour to make it tastier. Curry is one of them. This time however, I was craving coconut curry and …

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Quick Super Cheesy Zucchini Risotto For Kids

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Well, obviously, it’s not only for kids and because it’s got no wine in it, it’s not exactly a risotto. But tasty and cheesy, Bobcat loved it. I cooked it last night when I was craving curry and Bobcat is not a huge fan of curry (at the moment. He used to like it, but he’s quite picky nowadays). So …

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Italian Style Avocado And Tomato Dip Or Cream

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I love finding new ways how to make avocado a little bit more attractive for my family. Instead of trying to make them understand how good is avocado for them (it contains very little fat, but lots of Omega 3 and 6,  fiber, potassium, vitamins E, K, B6 and C and protein) I rather just create tasty food with these super …

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Review: Simply Washing Tabs: Pure Hypoallergenic Non-Bio And Simply Sensitive Non-Bio

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I have received these products in exchange for my honest review. Simply sent me these washing tablets to review them, as I often do eco – and baby friendly product reviews. Their washing tabs fall into both category. As I already wrote about it, my son had mild eczema, now he is on the mend – but we follow some …

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Nautical Birthday Party Ideas For Children

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I decided to go for nautical themed decoration for Bobcat’s 2nd birthday party. I really like nautical design (of everything) and it’s easy to coordinate. Because it’s easy to coordinate colour and pattern-wise, it doesn’t cost an earth either. Unlike character based theme parties you can easily find substitutes if you need to. There’s also plenty of opportunities for a …

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Barcelona Revisited (Hotel SB Diagonal Zero Review)

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We travel to Barcelona every year or two because I love there, it’s one of my favourite places in Europe. I lived in Spain for a few years, it feels like home 🙂 It’s always good fun, very child-friendly and a lot warmer in March than in London. This time we wanted to be near the beach but still close …

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Ski Chalets Le Chardon – The Family-Friendly Luxury

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Have you ever tried to go on a ski holiday with small kids or babies? If you have then you’ll know that you usually need to take everything with you. It can take a lot of time to research and plan childcare, family friendly restaurants and the best ski schools for you and your family. Le Chardon Val d’Isere have everything …

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Review: Matcha Green Tea From Dream Matcha Tea Co

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I received this matcha green tea directly from Dream Matcha Tea Co. to review it. I love green tea and I find matcha a little bit different from the regular green tea, but I enjoy it just as much. Especially as an afternoon or evening refreshing drink and I can’t imagine eating Japanese food without drinking green tea. Now that I’m pregnant I …

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Spinach And Ricotta Rotolo Verde From The Oven

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Keep coming up with new pasta dishes for the whole family (preferably a meat-free one) is challenging. I was looking for something new to try when I came across this recipe on BBC Good Food I liked the idea of spinach and ricotta combination filled pasta tubes. Rotolo (Italian for roll) can be made from fresh lasagne pasta. But I didn’t want …

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Should I Use Baby Powder On My Baby’s Skin?

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Sure enough, I’m not alone with my mum telling me that baby powder is a must. I should use it after bath in the evening and in the morning to help to maintain dry skin and avoid rashes. Especially in the summer months. And the wonderful “baby” smell of it! Throughout decades the baby powder’s smell was the very definition …