If you’ve made it one of your 2021 resolutions to try and eat more seasonal, local produce – these monthly blog posts are for you.
I try to demystify ‘seasonal eating’ by sharing some simple info on the fruit, veg, meat & fish in season now, along with some ideas for how to cook & eat it.
It’s impossible to ignore the fact that the way we choose to shop has a huge impact on the world around us; so cutting down on our own ‘single use footprint’ is a simple and effective way to make a difference.
Zero waste shops allow customers to bring in their own reusable containers to fill up on store-cupboard essentials, cleaning products, toiletries and more; here’s where you can shop without the pointless packaging in Cardiff.
If you’re toying with the idea of trying ‘wild camping’ in the new year – but you’d still like to have some creature comforts available if you need them – I reckon you’d love a bit of Digs in the Wig.
This eco-friendly, luxury campsite is set in 25 acres of ancient Welsh woodland, and it’s all within easy reach of stunning beaches and national parks.
This is a great way of using up leftover sprouts (or in my case, a load you haven’t even gotten around to cooking yet). You can also top your omelette with smoked salmon or leftover ham if you have any to use up and/or you’re feeling especially boujee.
Discover Delicious, the leading online marketplace for indie Welsh food and drink, will be donating part of its sales to The Trussell Trust this December to help people affected by poverty.
The trust supports a nationwide network of food banks, and together they provide emergency food and support to people locked in poverty – and campaign for change to end the need for food banks in the UK.