Happy Chinese New Year! As most of you’ll be aware, today marks the start a new lunar calendar – the Year of the Wooden Horse. To celebrate the occasion, I thought I’d try my hand at a traditional Chinese dish to share with you all today. I should confess that while I’m quite partial to […]
Happy Australia Day everyone! For those of you reading this from somewhere in Australia, I hope you have a fantastic day and are enjoying your long weekend! And for everyone else? Why not join in our national celebrations today by making some of these gorgeous mini pavlovas!
Just a short note to wish each and every one of you a very happy New Year. I hope that 2014 proves to be a happy and rewarding year for you all. Personally, I can’t wait to find out what it has in store!
When I was living in the UK, I joined a book club with a great bunch of people who quickly became good friends. We’d pick a book. Meet every six weeks or so. Talk about the book. Our likes and dislikes. And when we were finished, we’d rate the book out of five. The evenings […]
It’s been a good few months now since I packed up home in London and returned to Sydney and I’m surprised to realise just how quickly I’d started to take the everyday things here for granted within such a relatively short period of time. Over the past two weeks I’ve had a chance to play […]
A little while back you might recall me mentioning that I spent one very hot weekend on a two-day motorcycle rider training course. Why you might ask? Well, as I’d rather keep A Sweet Muddle a place to share positive things, let’s just say that I’d been a little frustrated by our public transport system […]
Happy World Egg Day everyone! Yes, you did hear correctly. Today is World Egg Day, an annual, international celebration falling on the second Friday of October. To mark the occasion, I thought I’d whip up some homemade mayonnaise. Trust me when I say, once you’ve tried making your own, you’ll never bother buying the ready […]
There was a time not so long ago when I used to love to run. I got a little obsessive about it. If I didn’t go for a run at least four times a week, I would start to get restless. I would plan my social life around it. Then one day, I just stopped. […]
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