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?
The first thing we should mention is that these handy food life-hacks aren’t just for the glamping community, but they will come in useful when you’re out staying in glamping wagons and other such luxury camping abodes. So without further ado, check out our culinary cheats to make your life easier, leaving you more time to concentrate on other fun things!
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!
Having recently returned from Unearthed In A Field festival, a quaint but unforgettable festival experience in Cerbid, west Wales, it dawned on me that for some people going to a festival might seem like ‘not their thing’, ‘something the kids do’, or a rather dated view that its ‘only for the hippy types’. While having a self-confessed interest in the environment, I wouldn’t class myself as a hippy, and now in my 30s I am not seen as young (although I don’t act my age), so what was I doing at a festival, and why should you think about trying one if you’ve never experienced one? I’ve got a number of great reasons for you. These may not all resonate with you, but with such a vast array of festivals to suit everyone these days I’m sure that there’s a reason for you to check one out for yourself.
Let’s see if I can convince you, shall I?
If you didn’t spot this in the news, or hear about it through the grapevine, then where have you been? The internet was positively buzzing when our friends across the channel in France recently passed a truly amazing legislation that is quite frankly full of common sense- making it against the law for companies to purposely waste discarded food. And it’s with great thanks that this has happened due to one man in particular- Arash Derambarsh.