The June anniversary of the Queen’s coronation brings to mind a famous recipe.
Last week the light of my life nearly went out. In just a blink her life could have been extinguished. It came so close to being the end that it makes one realise […]
Diary: When the tulips paint Holland in multi-coloured stripes, it’s time for a quick visit, but there are obstacles to overcome.
DIARY: It’s springtime and English woodlands are covered with great swaths of bluebells, like a blue stain under the trees with their nascent buds.
Diary: We visit Chatsworth, Derbyshire’s largest stately home, which has had all its scaffolding removed since we were last here and is now looking much better for the face lift, and discover […]
Will the atrocities never cease? With the Charlie Hebdo bombing fresh in our minds, we cannot forget April 15, 2013, on the second anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings.
RECIPE: Twice baked potatoes. DIARY: Comfort food for a cold winter’s day in Montreal, or any day, anywhere, for that matter.
DIARY: Spring has arrived in England and we are enjoying the daffodils, bluebells and blossoms everywhere.
DIARY: Launching the Diane Watts Mirrors online store and the Diane Watts Reflections blog.
DIARY: Exploring a Yorkshire canal.