autumn, Baking with Lucy, Countryside, hygge, life

Things to do in November

November is well and truly bringing frosty mornings and wintery feels. It's time to get the log baskets out, the fires on and copious amounts of hot chocolate made! As we all know November is famous in the United Kingdom for its celebrations on the 5th which usually include fireworks, a bonfire and sparklers. Whilst… Continue reading Things to do in November

Baking with Lucy

Home made pretzels

Good morning friends! I hope everyone is keeping well and safe at the moment? Yesterday I planned to get all manner of things done and instead ended up doing other things as always happens. Today however I plan to do those things and more but not before sharing with you my pretzels and the recipe… Continue reading Home made pretzels

Baking with Lucy, cupcakes, Uncategorized, writing

Chocolate & Chai

Don't you just love spending hours on end in your favourite coffee shop, sipping away the minutes watching the unique characters that tootle on in, or maybe you're a budding writer and you like to hold your warm coffee in one hand and a pen in the other spending those rainy days writing your soon-to-be-famous novel?… Continue reading Chocolate & Chai

Baking with Lucy, hygge, life

In my kitchen…

It's really no secret that I am one of the biggest fans of Wrendale Designs. Created by Hannah Dale who first started out as a stock broker in London. She now designs from her studio in Lincolnshire, where these adorable little creatures come alive and flutter into our hearts. I am pleased to say that… Continue reading In my kitchen…

Baking with Lucy, Norway, Oxfordshire

Cinnamon rain

It's been raining all day today and I've spent it listing to the drips and drops, reading my wonderful vampire book and relaxing watching Netflix. It's rained so much the last few days that we've had flooding and hardly any sunshine, but I think rain is a great opportunity to relax and enjoy the comforts… Continue reading Cinnamon rain

Baking with Lucy

Homely hygge

Home is a very important word. It can mean a variation of things to different people at different times. It can be used to describe objects, places and people alike. For me home is where I feel myself, relaxed and happy. Often somewhere I kick back in my pyjamas and drink tea! I use it… Continue reading Homely hygge