We’re into October and that means that Autumn is well and truly here. Time for comfort food and conkers, fireworks and turning leaves, winter woolies and cosy slippers and of course Halloween and Pumpkins. Halloween is undoubtedly a complete godsend when it comes to getting crafty with food and drinks. I think it might be better […]
About Claire JessimanClaire Jessiman is a Scottish Freelance Foodie based in Aberdeen who has been blogging her Edible Scottish Adventures as Foodie Quine since 2012. A mum of two and wife of one, she is passionate about cooking from scratch, seasonality, food education and family-friendly recipes. She's always keen to seek out local food specialities, markets and experiences whilst travelling in the UK and abroad and is eager to champion local Farmers, Suppliers and Producers. Addicted to social media, Claire is also partial to Cheese, Gin, Peanut Butter, Tea and Rhubarb and is permanently looking for the recipe that can successfully combine them all.
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Can you believe that we’re in September and the kids have all gone back to school? It’s the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. The leaves are turning, the nights are drawing in and the hedgerows are laden with berries. This is the time of the year where my thoughts turn to preserving. The combinations […]
We’re in August. Can you actually believe it?! I don’t know where the Summer Holidays have gone. Seven weeks have flown by so fast. We kicked proceedings off with a family holiday in Italy, a fortnight on a campsite on the shores of Lake Garda. Stunning scenery, plenty of watersports to keep my teens occupied […]
I can’t believe that we’re in July already! It’s officially Summer Holiday time at long last and I’m hoping that that will mean plenty of hazy, lazy, crazy days with an abundance of alfresco eating and drinking. The type of dining synonymous with this time of year is of course barbecue and with the help […]
Please allow me to introduce myself… I’m Claire and I’m your new BritMums Foodie Round-up Editor taking over from Kirsty Phillipson-Lowe who has done a sterling job. I’ve been blogging my Edible Scottish Adventures at www.foodiequine.co.uk since 2012 and I’m a mum of two currently battling through their teenage years. Enough with the introductions. Time for […]