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Janice Issitt
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Hygge with Lekto Wood Fuels
Hello October, it seems unbelievable that it's that time of year again particularly as here in the East of England, there are still some splendid days. But we know it won't last much longer and as the rain and colder days are only a matter of weeks away, th...
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Embroidery and Inspiration
Last week I stumbled upon an embroidery workshop not far from me, it was just one of those serendipitous moments to find the last place was still open on the day course to embroider a beautiful small piece with stitchery guru Nicki Franklin. Not only that b...
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Autumn New Beginnings
I thought it was time I made a return to my blog with an update from the last few months. As you may, or may not know, I moved to Suffolk  and we are so busy there's barely been a minute to take a photo. Half our worldly goods are still in storage while we ...
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making over the sofa
And finally, I can tell you, after months of uncertainty, that I will be moving to Suffolk at the end of this month. The house we fell in love with and will be hosting an Air bed and breakfast location, is a Grade 2 listed house that is over 500 years old. ...
making over the sofa | Janice Issitt Life and Style
making over the sofa | Janice Issitt Life and Style
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Cotswolds Highlights
Before we move to the East of England we have decided to pack the last month at our current location, with visits to places towards the West, focusing on the Cotswolds. On our first visit to some friends who recently moved to Burford, we realised that this ...
Cotswolds Highlights | Janice Issitt Life and Style
Cotswolds Highlights | Janice Issitt Life and Style
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matcha tea & blood orange bundt cake
As mentioned previously, I bought some matcha tea and after a disappointing drink concoction, I though maybe it would be best to put it in a cake. After tasting it I decided that this is a flavour that needs to go with quite a lot of sugar. It is quite an a...
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lilac, green and copper
oh my friggin gosh (pardon my toned down swearing) but its been ages since I've been able to blog and it's driving me nuts. Reasons; well trying to locate to Suffolk isn't going smoothly. Firstly I bought furniture for a house that I really want and packed ...
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rhubarb rhubarb rhubarb
What's the big deal with rhubarb then. Well firstly it's in the shops right now in March, although it's probably forced in hot houses, so I'm not entirely sure if it's seasonal or not.  This humble vegetable, yes you read that right, it's a veg and not a fr...
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amazing bundts and I cannot lie
I've got to be honest, until a few weeks ago I had no idea what a bundt cake was. I kept seeing these fantastic shaped, highly photogenic, cakes on instagram and vero, which after closer inspection, turned out to be this cake called bundt. It seems, from wh...
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Spice up your Pears - Poached in Cider
I never thought I would get so enthusiastic about cooking but the promise of a lovely new kitchen when I move, and the influence of some amazing cooking photographers and bloggers ... I couldn't resist. Every time I see a photo of poached pears I think 'oh ...
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