Category Food

The RNLI Fish Supper 13th – 15th October: Cook it. Eat it. Share it.

It’s that time of year again where I share with you a new and fantastic recipe for you to try out at home and wow your dinner guests with.  For those of you that follow me on Instagram stories, you would have seen me replicate this very dish over a course of a few hours! A classic cooking mistake on my behalf and a useful tip for you…. make the

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My four favourite Summer to Autumn items

It’s been awhile, in fact, it’s been exactly a month! So, apologies to any regular readers; I guess you can say that I’ve had a bit of a long holiday on the writing front.  But I’m back and just in time for Autumn – my favourite season when it doesn’t rain! But before we start delving into all things Autumn, content wise, I want to share with you four of

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It’s official…. Summer is here!

Hello heatwave! It’s official, yesterday was the first day of the UK Summer and with temperatures rocketing to 34 degrees, Summer really has arrived with a BANG! We British people love to complain – it’s either too cold or it’s too hot! But I love the heat. You could say I’m a bit of a sun seeker so this heat is pure bliss. However, a pool in my back garden

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Sleep – How to Nail That Bedtime Routine

Sleep – the universal activity that all humans need to survive; an essential activity to rest and recoup the body and mind. With the average adult recommended to get between 7 to 8 hours of restful sleep per night, for a poor sleeper like me, this requires a lot of commitment in a carefully timed pre-bedtime routine! If this scenario sounds familiar to you, or you’re also a poor sleeper/insomniac,

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Things to keep you occupied this May!

This is not the best of post, just more of things that I have been enjoying over the past month that are going to see me well into May, being that it is nowhere near summer weather here in the UK ( I mean we had hail stones on May Day!). So with sandals, sunshine, picnics and BBQs in the near distant future, here are my recommendations for the imminent

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Awaken those taste buds at Rawduck Hackney

I’m a fully fledged breakfast girl. I need my fuel and those precious few moments in the morning over a cup of tea to get me set for the day ahead. I’m that much of a breakfast girl that I actually feel unwell if I don’t eat something pretty much within half an hour of walking up. So what happens when talks of brunch start floating around? Well you sleep

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Go on….Treat yourself!

Today’s post is not about a Day, birthdays, pay day or any other sort of “day”. It’s simply about treating yourself! We often feel that there needs to be a reason when it comes to doing something nice for yourself, or a secret currency exchange that occurs where you tell yourself if you do X then you can have X. Well today, I wanted to throw that notion out of

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Bioactive Beauty Drinks from Beauty & Go

When you hear the word beauty, what instantly comes into your head? I firstly think of makeup products and skincare purely because I am surrounded by them in my day to day life. But then I think of beauty that comes from within and the beauty that surrounds us. Some of us wear out our Nutribullets by juicing to get our daily dose of our five-a-day, and some of us

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Looking back on year three – Happy Blogiversary to me!

Today marks the third year of this space I call my blog! Thank you to everyone who reads this and to anyone who has shared their comments, good or bad. These past three years on Mrs Jonas Recommends have not only taken this space up a level from being ‘just a hobby’ but, it has challenged me personally to become more organised, tech savvy, really own my craft, embark on

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Blue Monday? Or not so Blue Monday?

Good Morning and welcome to Blue Monday! If your waking up in the UK/ Northern Hemisphere you will know that today has been dubbed as officially the worst day of the the year, who can blame anyone for thinking that?  It’s grey and wet outside, the post Christmas bills are coming in and thats without factoring in the humanitarian crisis’s and political madness that are going on. I for one

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