Decisions! Decisions! Couples won’t know where to turn when staying in lovely quirky outsized shepherd‘s hut, ‘We Two‘.
In case you’d forgotten (how could you?!) it’s Pancake Day soon, and falls on February 28th, this year, but with many people looking to enjoy a healthier, more natural option, we thought that we would source a recipe that will have you licking your lips in an instant!
As people all over the country begin their annual flipping attempts (and fails), we take a look at what is on offer away from the traditional pancake recipe, which can be paired with a successful day’s foraging, that way you can make a tasty meal with pancakes and freshly sourced fruits, for example. You can follow our tips on foraging here:
Halloween has now passed us by for another year, but on the plus side, that means there are lots of lovely things you can do with your left-over pumpkins! If you’re enjoying a stay in one of our luxury treehouse glamping abodes, then getting stuck into some homemade recipes are the ideal activity for a cosy day in front of the fire.
There aren’t many things more satisfying than getting back indoors after a country walk with friends or a loved one after exploring nature from the warmth of your winter coat, scarf and hat, and cupping a delicious mug of homemade mulled cider fresh off the stove.
We’re not sure if we mentioned it before (we have!) but it’s spring REAL soon, officially! That means the nights are becoming longer and the temperatures are going to warm up so that we can enjoy more evening activities outdoors like BBQ’s, glamping UK trips with pleasant walks, and drinking with friends.
The winter is almost over, but spring still offers those crispier temperatures at times, and there’s nothing more satisfying than a tasty Welsh delicacy to warm you from the inside out, in the form of delicious Anglesey eggs. What better time to try this recipe for yourself than when you’re at a glamping North Wales destination? Of course you can try the recipe anywhere you like, but it gives that extra slice of authenticity, right?
Whether you’re drinking it on romantic glamping UK trips, at a party, or at home with loved ones, mulled wine is a delicious favourite over the festive period, and it’s been around a long time too, since the 2nd century in fact. The original recipes were made with a combination of red wine, a variety of mulling spices and raisins. As the ages have rolled by there have been some delicate changes as far as the recipes of mulled wine today are concerned, while still keeping in touch with their roots.
This week marks official British Egg Week, (5th-11th October 2015). Eggs are a wonderful way to stay healthy and are inexpensive too. But not everyone likes to consume them, and we like to be a little different to the mainstream, so instead of celebrating with eggs we’re celebrating one of our favourite dishes normally made WITH eggs that you can make WITHOUT eggs!