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The Ultimate Travel Checklist

The Essential Travel Checklist

Don’t travel without it!


I’m sure we have all experienced the stress of packing for a holiday, add a few children into the mix and the task can be huge.

To help we have created The UltimateTravel Checklist.

The first page ticks off all the essentials and the second page has lots of blanks to allow you to personalise your checklist to suit your family’s needs.

 

DOWNLOAD & PRINT THE CHECKLIST

 

The Essential Travel Checklist from Dairy Diary

 

 

 

 

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Bombay Butty | Recipe of the Week

Quick After Work Bombay Butty

Bombay Butty

From our fabulous new cookbook; I LOVE this recipe.

It’s really easy and perfect for a Saturday evening in, served with a nice cold beer.

RECIPE

 

Quick After-Work cookbookQuick After-Work cookbook

Gorgeous midweek meals that are easy to fit into your busy lifestyle. The Quick After-Work Cookbook features easy, speedy recipes and big satisfying flavours that just hit the spot!.

For more information about this really useful book click here.

 

 

 

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Syllabub Trifles is our Recipe of the Week

Syllabub Trifles

Trifles are possibly the most popular recipes on our blog

Retro? Who cares when everyone loves them!

As a prepare-in-advance dessert, they are perfect for serving to family and friends.

This Syllabub Trifles recipe is a twist on the traditional trifle, having a syllabub topping which is utterly delicious.

RECIPE

Don’t forget to check out more delicious trifles…


Great British Pea Week

Great British Pea Week

Did you know there is a whole week dedicated to peas?

Great British Pea Week

Can you imagine sausage and mash without peas or a spring evening without pea and mint soup, or a goat’s cheese salad without a scattering of freshly podded peas? Peas are the champions of the vegetable world!

Pea shoots are relative new-comers to our salad bowls. Pea shoots have delectable leaves and tendrils and, unsurprisingly, taste like peas. These lovely little shoots make a delicious salad and work equally served with freshly steamed or pan-fried fish.

And they are very easy to grow.

So easy that my eight-year-old grew (and ate) on her windowsill, a miniature garden full in just a couple of weeks.

They grow very well on the kitchen sill next to your other herbs; simply purchase a packet of pea shoot seeds, soak in water, add to a tray of compost and just watch them grow!

Try this mouthwatering salad from the Dairy Diary.

 

Japanese Chicken & Avocado Salad

Japanese Chicken & Avocado Salad

 

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