I’m happy to receive products to review or free entry to places to visit. I don’t always say yes but if you have something that you think would appeal to my family and readers feel free to contact me.
I particularly love to try anything that makes household tasks quicker and easier or tastes good (reviewed in partnership with my Chief Taster 6 year old Euan) and my toddler Luca would be thrilled to road test anything he can bash, colour or sing to.

Mud and Bloom gardening and crafting monthly subscription box
Little Brian mini paint sticks (with video)
OXO Tot twist top water bottle (with video)
OXO stocking filler gift ideas
Pulsin pea protein powder (used in gluten free cake)
Pulsin and Beond snack bars
OXO Good Grips sippy cup, twist top bottle, mini dustpan and brush and butterfly mop
OXO Good Grips spiralizers
OXO Good Grips Cookie press
JCB Kids clothing
OXO Good Grips Bakers 8 piece silicone decorating set
Nom Nom Kids reusable food pouches
Loveit Loveit Loveit ethical, organic, unisex children’s clothing
Doodle Bear
Tahoma Bogs boots
Tommee Tippee Explorer Active Sport cup
Braun Thermoscan 7
Natures Path Hot & Steamy gluten-free oats
Happy Little Soles (barefoot shoe brands – Livie and Luca, See Kai Run and Bobux)
Swim Fin
Baby Bogs
Traidcraft toys
Alphabites and Bear snacks
Oxo Good Grips 3in1 berry bowl
Cawston Press juices

Rachel’s Organic Greek Style coconut yoghurt
Oxo Good Grips pineapple slicer
Oxo Good Grips Tea ball
Rachel’s Organic Low Fat Mango yoghurt
Carotino oil
Oxo Good Grips liquiseal travel mug
Dreambaby stairgate
Oxo stocking filler ideas (cherry pitter, angled measuring jug, spice jar measuring spoons, spice grater, bag cinch, palm brush)
Braun digital thermometers
Rachel’s Organic Greek Style Coconut yoghurt
Oxo Good grips hand held mixer and mixing bowl
Five Valleys Cordials: cherry & beetroot, apricot & ginger, kaffir lime & cocounut, peach & lychee
Oxo Tots big kid water bottle
Miracle gro flower magic
Boursin black pepper portions
Rachel’s Organic Yogurt:  My first yoghurts for babies
Montezuma’s great balls of fire chocolate
Love the Garden chilli peppers info graphic
Boursin round cheeses
Five Valleys fruit cordials: lemon & mint, pomegranate & rose
Welch’s fruit juices
Baker Days letterbox cakes
Hotel Chocolat cocoa powder
Hotel Chocolat white chocolate selection
Hotel Chocolat Classic Christmas Selection
Hotel Chocolat mulled wine cherries, mince pies and chilli and almond yule log
Hotel Chocolat cocoa nibs balsamic vinegar
Hotel Chocolat Easter Egg Nibblatrons
Hotel Chocolat Valentines Collection

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. charlydrake  |  April 29, 2013 at 3:15 pm

    Hi there,

    Would love to offer you and you readers free ticket to come to a show we organise called – V Delicious – the Veggie Good Food Show. Please email and I shall be in touch with more information 🙂


  • 2. Paul V  |  February 25, 2015 at 12:27 pm

    I’m pleased you like the Jerusalem/porcini mushroom soup – meet the creator . It came runner-up in a create-your-own soup competition run by New Covent Garden and The Mail on Sunday , a few years back . It still appears in the NCG cookbooks , without acknowledgement , Grrrr

    • 3. Nip it in the bud  |  February 25, 2015 at 8:10 pm

      I’m sorry to hear that your recipe wasn’t credited appropriately Paul. We bloggers are a very courteous bunch and it’s the height of good manners to do so when sharing recipes. I’m surprised a publisher didn’t follower the same simple etiquette. Hope it hasn’t put you off concocting delicious soups


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