It’s Monday, I hope you have all had a fabby start to the week, I have just been elbow deep in buttercream icing my mum’s birthday cake, Happy Birthday Mum! Hop on over to Instagram in a while if you fancy seeing it. Back to today’s review, as promised last week and without further ado, it’s biscotti time. Twitter is a wonderful place to discover new people, brands and for me all things foodie related. This is exactly how I stumbled across the Great British Biscotti Co and after tweeting about these the lovely Paul messaged me thanking me for…

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Tea glorious tea I cannot live without thee. Yes folks tea is the name of the game today and is courtesy of We Are Tea. Those long standing readers may remember that I adored We Are Tea’s English Breakfast and Peppermint Leaf which was my first sniff of what they had on offer.  A few weeks back the lovely Stefanie from We Are Tea asked if I wanted to give more of their teas a try, and I jumped at the chance. Not knowing what was going to arrive I was giddy with excitement when this huge box turned up on my…

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We are going back to peanut butter basics today. Put aside the flavoured peanut butter items for today because we have it in it’s simplest form, good old fashion natural peanut butter from Proper Nutty.  I came across Proper Nutty on Twitter a while back and whilst perusing Country Market I was most surprised to see it sitting on the shelves. Made in Dewsbury this little team slow roast peanuts in small batches, grind them to the perfect texture, either add a pinch of salt or leave it be, and voilà Yorkshire’s only artisan peanut butter.  Anything named smunchy has both my attention…

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Happy Sunday Everyone! Let’s have a little chocolate bonanza, it’s never too early for chocolate right?After experimenting with superfoods and real ingredients, Doisy and Dam have created some truly unique chocolate flavour combinations with the view to give us an indulgent yet healthier and tastier range of chocolate. I have never been one to particularly partake in these superfoods and I am intrigued as to how this is going to translate into chocolate. Can it be done? Let’s find out. To date there are 8 flavours available with 5 of these available in Sainsbury’s. Today we are giving 5 a…

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You would be right to think that this is a summer edition however unless I have been blind as a bat these are new to the yoghurt corner, in my Supermarket anyway. Inspired by British desserts Müller Corner British Classics have given us Cherry Bakewell and Eton Mess style yoghurts.  A six pack costs £3.00 and I have seen these in both Sainsbury’s and on Ocado. Made from British milk these are free from artificial flavours, colourings and preservatives, and are suitable for vegetarians.  Cherry Bakewell is certainly becoming more of ‘a thing’. We have had the Cherry Bakewell Scones, Cherry Bakewell…

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