Drumond Park have a fantastic range of different games for all the family, this year I wanted to share with you again their top two games. I have reviewed both and we love them, and if you’re quick there is a giveaway for your chance to win both.
CaseApp kindly offered to send me a phone or iPad case to review, but I thought it would be nicer if I let someone else win a case of their choosing up to £30 as a Christmas Giveaway.
Who doesn’t like toilet humour? Young or old, it always get’s you laughing and Og on the Bog is no different, except it’s an electronic game so no nasty smells!
I’m sure I’m not the only person to admit that I HATE cleaning the floor. We’ve got laminate in the hall and kitchen and tiles in the bathroom, conservatory and utility and I hate cleaning them with a passion. It’s so much faff! So when Spontex asked me to review the Spontex Full Action System, well I didn’t jump at the chance, but I was keen to try it out.
After the last few weeks and a cancelled All Inclusive holiday to be treated to a meal at Brewers Fayre, where someone else cooks and washes up sounded wonderful.
It’s nearly winter yet again, which also means it’s nearly time for the BBC Good Food Show Winter at the NEC Birmingham. #GFSWinter
Malted Chocolate Cake
THIS CAKE IS THE PERFECT FAMILY TREAT, and a real crowd-pleaser. The malt extract gives a lovely creaminess to the sponge, while the malted chocolate flavour is echoed in the cake’s topping.
Roasted Sausage and Potato Supper
THIS WILL BECOME A FIRM FAMILY FAVOURITE as it can be cooked in one dish and is
so quick and easy to put together. If you’re making this for young children, you can replace the wine with stock, if you prefer. Choose your favourite type of local, British sausage for this recipe – my family loves leek and sage.
We love a board game in our house, it seems to bring the child out in all of us and we really enjoy the LOGO series of games so I was excited to try LOGO Lite.
Amazingly the symptoms of a heart attack can often be mistaken for indigestion, trust me I know this from real life! Last week Ian suffered from a minor heart attack.