Scared New Mum.


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mum and baby hands

Welcome to the first in SurreyKitchens new series ‘Scared New Mum.’  Apologies again for the delay in this post but as anyone with children will know the first six weeks in a new babies life are extremely busy for the parents. Continue reading

In My Kitchen – July 2015


Another of my favourite IMK’s to share with you. This is from the wonderful team at ‘Feeding My 3 Sons.’ Enjoy the beautiful photography. Can’t wait for my mini yellow tomatoes to grow this year!

Originally posted on Feeding My 3 Sons:

Once again it is the beginning of the month and time for another IMK post. Where does all the time go?? Days in the summer drag on since the boys are with me ALL THE TIME, yet in general the summer is whizzing by quickly. Thanks to Celia at Fig Jam and Lime Cordial for hosting this wonderful event.

It has been another busy month in our house. We continue to dine twice a week at swim meets and I am so out of ideas. It is an adventure getting the kids packed up to swim, let alone fixing and packing dinner for everyone! Luckily we only have two evening meets left, I’m counting down until our dinner schedule is back to normal. Better yet, when my sourdough schedule isn’t interrupted. Between the late afternoon practice twice a week and evening meets twice a week I am having to squeeze…

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Emma’s Thrifty Fish Supper.


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Here at SurreyKitchen we aim to promote healthy eating.  Fish is a highly nutritious food and an excellent source of protein with fewer calories than meat. Rich in omega 3 fatty acids fish is proven to be good for the heart.  Many of us need to include a greater number of portions of fish in our diet, but at the same time fresh fish can be expensive to buy.  This is why I have decided to share my delicious thrifty fish supper recipe with you. Continue reading


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