Intro Ingredients Standard Recipe Vegan Recipe Method Adaptations Which version of this pesto pasta dish will you be trying first? Let me know which one you think would taste best, and don’t forget to like and pin! You can view some of my other recipes here: Vegan Tofu Stir Fry | Vegan Vegetable Couscous For recipe reviews from other bloggers, take a look at these … Continue reading Bacon/Vegetable Pesto Pasta (Vegan & Non-Vegan Versions!) |
Out of all the delays that possibly exist, flight delays just have to be the worst. Not only have you had to drive all the way to the airport, get frisked by security, and been stuck in an enclosed space for three hours surrounded by too many ways to part with your holiday money, but then to add insult to injury you’ve had even more … Continue reading AD: Get Your Money Back On Delayed Or Cancelled Flights With Compensair
Mental health is a big thing in my life – my day job involves supporting those with mental health issues to access employment, my partner has several diagnosed conditions, and I myself suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder. Mental health issues are much more on the radar now, which is great, but sometimes it can be hard to find advice that is practical and will actually … Continue reading AD: No Tigers, No Lions – Brenda Cox | Practical Guide That Helps Anxiety Sufferers Take Control Of Their Life
Great Dunmow is a lovely little town in Essex, both quaint and quintessentially British. I recently discovered the area through work and had some time to spare so visited Meadow Hill Coffee Shop & Deli to see what was on offer on the side of Essex that I’m least familiar with. The Vibe Meadow Hill Coffee Shop has a really lovely, relaxed vibe about it … Continue reading Meadow Hill Coffee Shop & Deli, Great Dunmow | Essex-Based Coffee Shop Serving British Cuisine & A Range Of Delicatessen Favourites
Fuerteventura is a gorgeous island, and one of the main reasons for this is that so much of it has been left to preserve its natural features (the majority of it is made up of Natural Parks). However, many people that visit stick to the main resort areas such as Corralejo, Morro Jable, and Caleta de Fuste, missing out on the wild side. Recently I … Continue reading Majanicho, Fuerteventura | Beautiful & Tranquil Surfing Village That’s Off The Beaten Track
***As part of my Veganuary journey in 2020 I’ve decided to share some information that I’ve discovered on veganism over the month. It’s important to note that I’m no expert – I’m still very much in the learning stage of veganism and have included sources below for any scientific claims. My main goal is to help others should they also decide to try the lifestyle … Continue reading What I’ve Learnt From Going Vegan | Veganuary
This week (specifically Tuesday) marks an entire year since I first started my blog! I can’t believe how quickly it’s gone, and it definitely doesn’t feel like Pages, Places, & Plates has now been around for 365 days. I thought I’d take a little look at the past year to celebrate what I’ve achieved and set some new goals for the next 12 months. My … Continue reading My Year In Blogging: Celebrating Pages, Places, & Plates’ First Birthday!