It’s always a pleasure to buy something from someone you like, and it’s even better if that someone has started a really cool small business. We are super keen to support local foodies, so we’re very happy to introduce you to Sarah from SprinkledMagic cakes. Mama first met Sarah when she was in peak crazy mode… Continue reading COMPETITION! Win cupcakes from SprinkledMagic PLUS a yummy discount code
It’s no secret that MA-MA and I love to eat. But what we feel equally passionate about is avoiding food waste. It’s absolutely shocking, but unfortunately we’re almost all guilty of throwing away a lot of perfectly edible food. Every year, 1/3 of all food produced is thrown away, about 1.3 billion tonnes. If you… Continue reading Let’s stop wasting good food!
The BigBabyBelly family never quite bought the trusty health visitor advice on encouraging me to eat the same food as them mealtimes from the age of 12 months. It’s not a case of me not wanting to eat their food, (MA-MA thinks I don’t know that rice cakes are not as tasty as the crisps they eat… Continue reading Wonderful Jamie and his Moroccan Chicken Kebabs
Our quest to find new breakfast options has become ever more pressing as I recently decided that I have to feed myself at all times, including when porridge is on the menu. This means that MA-MA either lets me spoon 1% of my Ready Brek into my mouth and the remaining 99% on my face/the… Continue reading Ice lollies for breakfast? Yes please!
As previously mentioned, MA-MA is a proud half-Egyptian and a strong embracer of everything that entails: love of cats, afternoon siestas and extreme over-packing on holiday. Despite being the most English man alive, Dadada loves his warm Egyptian in-laws and has embraced Middle Eastern culture, especially the tasty food. His favourites are falafel (officially Egyptian… Continue reading Restaurant review: Anar Persian on Portobello
In preparation for my first international holiday next week, I’ve been thinking about my pals abroad, and whether their foodie experience is any difference to mine. I decided to interview my good friend Sander, who has an American mummy and a Norwegian daddy. We met when we were both still in our mummies’ tummies at… Continue reading Sander’s foodie life in Amsterdam
I can’t believe I’ve gone over a month without bringing up the one thing that makes MA-MA less than perfect: her oh-so-strong hatred of the tasty onion. To MA-MA, this is a perfectly reasonable preference of which she is never, contrary to popular opinion, going to grow out of. To everyone else, especially her parents and Dadada,… Continue reading Friday morning breakfast challenge: shake-it-up scrambled eggs