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Monday Magic – Inspiring Blogs for You!

Thank you very much, Claire, for including my post on How to make Coconut Nut Oil on your lovely blog it is inspirational 🙂

Pain Pals

Welcome to another week and to some more great blog posts!  It has been a busy week in our household and some of you might have seen my post about moving one son home and the other off to university.  Funny how Duncan and I have both woken up with splitting headaches this morning…..the only extra comment today on the move to Nottingham, is how can a supposedly bright young man arrive in his room at university and have not packed a single pen in his luggage??

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We have also celebrated my daughter’s birthday this week and we did wonder what we were letting ourselves in for when we agreed that she and her friends could have an evening at home….pizza, popcorn, films.  Eleven girls, aged 15 & 16, on a school night – how hard could it possibly be?  Actually it was easy….but extremely loud!  The girls restored my…

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After the Light, After the Love – Cover Reveal.

My buddy Steph has just revealed her cover and it is cool I think…I love it! You can also pre- order..If this one is as good as the last two books are you in for a treat…

S C Richmond

After a year of hard work I can finally give you a glimpse of the cover for After the Light, After the Love which is due for release mid October 2017.  Book #3 in the Alex Price series.

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Pre orders being taken now.

Alex Price Trilogy

To catch up please check out my Amazon author page or my website S C Richmond Author

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Smorgasbord Weekly Round up – Sir Tom Jones, King Arthur and other VIPs..

Once again a brilliant lineup from Sally and Debby’s post is definitely worth a read and who can resist Ollie he is so cute and thank you to everyone who liked and shared mine and Sally’s collaboration and who liked my top two on my bucket list and if you haven’t read it then why not??? Me..I most certainly wouldn’t kick Sir Tom out of the other side…Would you???

Smorgasbord - Variety is the spice of life

Welcome to this week’s round up and a week of two halves. One half had failing internet, which like a dodgy hair piece, was all over the place for four days. On for 10 minutes and then off for 20 minutes and variations along that theme. Thankfully I had scheduled posts so that I could take a writing break, but it was frustrating to say the least.  The good half of the week is that I got on with Tales from an Irish Garden and made good progress.. A way to go yet, but it will get there in its own good time.

Apart from that I was lucky to have great guests and their contributions to entertain you, and I am very grateful for their time and effort.

William Price King provided us an insight into the career and music of Sir Tom Jones in the mid 1960’s for…

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Smorgasbord Health 2017 – Leprosy (Hansen’s Disease) – A modern miracle.

A fascinating read and I truly didn’t realise that it was still a problem or even how long the incubation period could be..so after 20 yrs how do you know the source but it seems that it could be eradicated 🙂 A fascinating read 🙂

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Smorgasbord Health 2017LEPROSY (Hansen’s Disease)

The mere mention of the word leprosy strikes fear into most people – probably because of the images we have seen over the years of sufferers, stigmatised and restricted to colonies where many of them died before treatments became available.

There have been some recent cases in the UK and Ireland but all have been treated successfully and were diagnosed in patients who had lived abroad from several years in countries where the disease still exists. There were three cases reported in 2015 in Florida and two were linked to the nine-banded Armadillo, a native of South USA, that is suspected of carrying the bacteria.

WHAT IS LEPROSY?

Leprosy is a chronically infectious bacterial disease caused by Mycobacterium leprae, which was identified in 1873 by Leprosy also known as Hansen’s disease, after Armauer Hansen, the Norwegian physician who first identified the micro-organism. He was the first scientist…

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Carol’s Mango Chicken

Love mangoes and chicken this is a match made in heaven…Mangoes are plentiful here and I am always looking for ways to use them apart from smoothies and nice strips of crispy chicken go really well with the sauce and it has chilli…Enjoy!

The Recipe Hunter

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I also throw in other vegetables like courgettes sometimes, but that’s me and I use chili.

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Eating healthy won’t break your wallet!

It is lovely to see another post where they promote healthy eating and show how you can do it and it needn’t cost an arm and a leg…

STAY LIT.

Does eating healthy have to be expensive? It is true that some food that are marketed as “organic”, and some food with more superior brand names can be more costly than others, however, there are tips to eating healthy and without breaking your wallet! Check out my top 6 tips to eating healthy on a budget.

Eat as much home-cooked food as possible. A typical restaurant meal usually costs around 30 to 50 dollars. With this amount of money, you can buy up to 2 to 3 days of healthy grocery depending on how big your family is. Also, eating at home allows you to avoid processed ingredients more easily. It allows you full control over what you eat, and allows you to choose the flavours you prefer.

Buy Ugly Produce. “Ugly” or “Blemished” is the industry term for cosmetically imperfect produce such as dented potatoes, curvy carrots and blemished…

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Spice It Up…………………

Chillies..Now that’s surprise..ha ha….a lovely hot sauce…

This one is definitely a keeper and one I will certainly try because as you know I love anything with chilli.

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What do you do with an over abundance of chile peppers? Well, you marinate them, you make relish, you grill em and you make hot sauce! Lots and lots of hot sauce. Lots. I love making hot sauce. Bu…

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