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My week in pictures

Hello all. It’s actually been a really busy week but I have barely taken any photos stupidly! Sometimes taking photos doesn’t seem appropriate, the lighting isn’t right or I am too far away. All of this has been in the back of my mind this week.

On Tuesday I headed over to St James Park to watch Exeter City play Notts County. Unfortunately we lost 3-0 so I won’t go in to that but I will mention that Tim, my stepdad was part of the half time entertainment. He plays walking football every week in his home town of Sidmouth. It’s a slightly more sedate version of regular football aimed at the over 55’s. His team were showcasing the sport to the crowd. I think it went down pretty well. But… no photos were taken. I was too far away from the action and the lighting was not ideal.

My sister, Estella was in the country for a fleeting visit this week. I caught up with her after I had finished work on Wednesday. We cracked open a bottle of Sharpham Pinot Noir and Précoce and ate Sharpham Dairy cheeses. It really was a bit of a Sharpham appreciation society!! But… again no photos were taken. We got caught up nattering. She lives in Cayman you see and we rarely get together these days. Can I just say that sharing local wine and cheeses with Estella was a highlight of my week. Our next get together will be Christmas when she comes to stay with her partner Gordon for a few days. I can’t wait.

I did a spot of recipe testing this week using Popcorn Shed popcorn and came up with this Decadent Rocky Road Terrine. For the recipe click here.

On Friday I was invited to Quicke’s Farm to take part in one of their Home Farm experiences. A unique farm experience where you learn all about the farming methods used which in turn creates the milk that then makes the cheese. A great half day out that I found interesting and inspiring. Plus, I got to hang out with the gorgeous gals that produce the milk, eat lots of cheese and eat a yummy lunch and cake at Cakeadoodledo at Quicke’s.

At the Farmers Market this week I really noticed the change in seasons. Beautiful autumnal hues caught my eye. I left the market with corn on the cob, pumpkins and beetroot amongst others. I can’t wait to cook up a storm for my friends Nick and Harry on Saturday.

Well, there you have it. My Week In (not so many) Pictures. I will try and be on the ball a little more next week. I promise.

I have lots of unconfirmed dates in my diary next week so won’t divulge too much on my movements as they might change. For more up to date Tara’s Busy Kitchen day to day goings on check out my Instagram Stories, Facebook and Twitter. Don’t forget to give me a follow so you don’t miss out. Have a wonderful week everyone.

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