Monthly Archives: October 2013

#LUL360 – it’s going to be wearable world!

Redge Snodgrass talking about wearable technology and the future. Photo: Shradha Mishra

Redge Snodgrass talking about wearable technology and the future.
Photo: Shradha Mishra

This time last week I was running the media team for the biggest technology and business event in Lincolnshire – Linc up Live 2013. One week on and I have just about recovered, but I came away knowing more about how technology influences our lives and how it is going to continue to do so and how we can’t hide from it. Read the rest of this entry

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Gluten free spiced pumpkin loaf

This gluten free pumpkin loaf is a great way to use up the pumpkin flesh from your Halloween lantern.

This gluten free pumpkin loaf is a great way to use up the pumpkin flesh from your Halloween lantern.

Being October many young people and families will be buying their pumpkins to carve out weird and wonderful faces and put tea lights in, in preparation for Halloween. As fun as it might be to carve a face in a pumpkin, surly it is better to eat one?

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Gluten free Christmas cake inspired by Grandma

Inspired by my Grandma - this is my gluten free Christmas cake... The colour and weight of it looks good and being stored in a cool and dark place should keep it fresh for Christmas Day.

Inspired by my Grandma – this is my gluten free Christmas cake… The colour and weight of it looks good and being stored in a cool and dark place should keep it fresh for Christmas Day.

OneĀ of the many things that we love about Christmas is being to eat lots of lovely rich and seasonal food. From the end of October, our cupboards start to fill up with many of the treats that we will indulge in over the festive period. Some of those treats will be traditional ones such as homemade puddings and cakes. Read the rest of this entry

Gluten free curry ideas

Gluten free turkey and aubergine curry with brown pileu rice.

Gluten free chicken and aubergine curry with brown basmati rice.

Many of us enjoy a curry at the weekend or even mid-week. This past week has been national curry week, and people up and down the country have been celebrating a dish that is now recognised as one of the top five national dishes of the United Kingdom. Read the rest of this entry

Lessons learnt from the 10 day challenge

It's amazing what you can make with a tin of beans and some left over chorizo.

It’s amazing what you can make with a tin of beans and some left over chorizo.

Over the past 10 days I set myself a challenge to eat up some of the food that I have been hoarding over the past few months… well actually its been years. Read the rest of this entry

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