We have great ambitions: to show the world you can be happier when you are in tune with the seasons while creating amazing memories and making the world a better place for future generations.

So let us take you on a magical adventure of a world where all plastic isn’t seen as evil and we know the season to eat sardines.

We know we aren’t perfect and don’t get everything right but we are honest! That is how we can all be the catalyst for change. Rise up and join us in Starting a Revolution from your Kitchen Table and get mouth watering recipes, magical event invites and seasonal news you won’t believe you lived without?
30/06/2021
Foraging Fairy Tales: Elder - North American Folklore

When I think of Native Americans I am guilty of being influenced more by old cowboy films than real life.  In my mind I see feather headdresses, redskins and peace pipes.  I also hear the very haunting, smooth montage music as my ‘Indian Brave’ is at one with nature and sending smoke signals across the […]

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19/05/2021
Foraging Fairytales: Wild Garlic

 Also known as: Bear’s Garlic, Gypsies Onions or Ramsons/Ramsins. When it comes to wild garlic, I just can’t get enough. Since first scouting it in March, I've spent many a walk lining my (now lightly fragranced) pockets with bushels of the stuff. Unfortunately the season is coming to an end, so I’ll be spending evenings […]

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14/05/2021
The Wonder of Woodlands: Stress Relief and a Strong Drink

How do you quiet your mind?   Stress relief comes in many forms- exercise, meditation, forest bathing are all amazing ways to quiet your mind and connect with yourself.  But I'd be lying if I said I didn’t occasionally indulge in less constructive forms of stress relief- a strong drink.  But there’s a reason people flock […]

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13/05/2021
The Coppicing Cure: Woodlands and Wellbeing

As we’ve been learning this week, nature is one of your biggest allies in getting yourself out of  a slump. Walking, forest bathing- even living near trees is enough to boost mood and lower stress. But unless you’re lucky enough to live in the Bahamas, the chances are you’re no stranger to the gloriously wet […]

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13/05/2021
7 Fascinating Facts About Woodlands and Wellbeing

Our society is becoming increasingly aware of the benefits of getting outdoors.  Many of us have flocked to natural places during the pandemic- finding solace from the stress of nationwide lockdown in local greenspaces. In fact, 45% of people reported that getting out in nature has helped them to cope throughout the pandemic.  We can […]

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06/05/2021
Wild Violet Foraging: The Secrets to Success

Up until a week ago, I hadn’t the foggiest how to find a violet. I wasn’t even sure what they looked like! But having spent some time scouring the countryside (thankfully my friends don’t mind waiting whilst I examine random leaves and flowers while we walk) I’m seeing them everywhere.  What do Violets look like? […]

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24/04/2021
Foraging Fairytales: 5 Fabulous Dandelion Flower Power Recipes

Dandelion Magic: Size Matters Dandelions are popping up everywhere at the moment. So why not treat those you love the most in your life and cook up some beautiful dandelions to eat, Give the ultimate gift this year - your time and a new experience and get your family out collecting.  Get outside, take in […]

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13/04/2021
On the Catwalk: Wild Garlic

Strutting its stuff on the catwalk this week is Wild Garlic, one of the best scents of Spring. It is abundant, tasty and there will be a patch to sniff out near you this April.   If you are new to foraging wild garlic is a great place to start, as it’s very easy to […]

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04/04/2021
An Easter Message from Bangers and Balls HQ.

Easter a time of abundance after 40 days of Lent  - with a day off for St. Patricks' Day of course. A whole month with no sweets, sugar and I don't how many Hail Marys and Stations of the Cross. This was the backdrop of my childhood Easter of the 80 and 90s. Praying for […]

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03/04/2021
Simnel Cake - Not Your Grandma's Fruitcake

Simnel Cake has long been a staple of Easter celebrations. An irresistible combination of rich fruitcake and lightly toasted marzipan, its easy to understand its standing as a well-loved Easter classic. Fruit cake may not be the most glamorous of the Easter treats, but you’d be a fool to overlook it. In truth it’s a […]

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