Gluten-Free Holiday Treats! 🎄

The holiday season is here and that means it’s time to break out the holiday goodies! Christmas cakes, puddings, and mince pies are gobbled up each year by millions. However, up until recent years, some people have had to miss out on British Christmas goodies. With wheat allergy and Celiac awareness, vast majorities of food …

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Treat Mom To Something Special 🌷😍

  You love your mother. She does so much for you and sometimes it feels like we don’t do enough for them. Busy schedules usually don't allow for it but why not spend Mother’s Day having tea with your mom? If your mother is a huge tea fan and loves to drink her favorite type …

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Did Someone Say Apple Pie?!?

At my house on Thanksgiving, there is always dessert: the standard pumpkin pie and an apple pie. Apple pies are at our Thanksgiving dessert menu because some of my family members are not too keen on pumpkin pie, and that is understandable. The idea of pumpkins in a pie do not sound too appealing for …

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UK Sunday Dinner

There aren’t that many opportunities in the year to have a large meal and just go all out. For Americans, there is Thanksgiving, which is held on the last Thursday of November each year. Relatives from far and wide typically come to visit so they can enjoy the annual dinner with the ones they love. …

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Recipe – Easter Nests

Well over here we are still on Easter holidays and the Easter eggs are half price!  The kids are still away from school and bored so having bought some little Easter eggs cheap I thought we could make some Easter Nests which, because it is after Easter, we will call Spring treats. It is a …

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Christmas Traditions

The final Christmas blog of the year will reflect on Christmas traditions, comparing them side to side with Britain and the United States. You may have heard of writing letters to Santa and popping them in the mail here in the US, and the United Kingdom does it as well, only they burn their letters …

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Boxing Day

Boxing Day is actually a holiday in the Commonwealth nations, including the UK and Canada. It is considered a bank holiday, so many buildings like the banks and post offices are closed that day. It is also said to give people an extra day to spend with family and friends who they were unable to …

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