Meditating with Stones

by Maggie on May 20, 2015

Hi everyone,

Here is a great video for you to view -

I honestly say these are “Magical Stones”

To find out more, please go to The Crystal Healing Store

Oh some great info and tools to help you meditate here

Until Next time


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Royal Icing ~ How Do You Make Royal Icing?

by Maggie on May 18, 2015



When some people hear the words “Royal Icing” they turn pale and shake in their shoes, yes I have seen it with my own eyes. Royal Icing they believe is far too hard to make and also to work with, but I am here to tell you that it is easy if you know how.

My Grandad was a Master Baker and to him decorating a cakewas an art form, but one he said that anyone could learn. Grannie used to laugh and say “He taught me Margie enough said?”

His Christmas cakes were always in demand. He used to make so many with each one decorated by him or Grannie. Every year, they would make each of their 11 children and their families a huge Christmas cake, plus Farmer John up the road “Who Never got married” Grannie would whisper to me “Margie we will have him down for Christmas Dinner and he can take a cake back, make him feel special” then one for 3 brothers who lived in a little run down house on a property near Grannie and Grandads “They have no idea Margie, they find it hard to cook and clean, I will make them one, they have no one to look after them the poor dears” and so it went on with the list growing bigger of the cakes to be given away, then added to the list were the ones others paid for. I think you get the picture.

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Raspberry Butter Cream Frosting Is The Best?

May 14, 2015

What can one say about the humble Raspberry, except that it is delicious, nutritious and makes the most awesome jam, cake frosting, and hands up those who have smacked their lips at the even sight of Raspberry Frosting? They also make a great addition to muffins, fairy cakes and ice cream and Oh not to [...]

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Easy Chocolate Cake Recipes

May 4, 2015

As the late great John Denver used to sing –

“Some days are diamonds some days are stones – sometimes the hard times won’t leave me alone” – oh these words are true for me, however, the other day – It was a case of “Some Days are Diamonds” and I cannot wait to tell you why but before I do, I need to tell you that -

I collect Cook Books and I am always rummaging around in second hand shops, garage sales, tip shops, op shops, car boot sales, you know that sort of thing to find very old treasures in the form of cookbooks, to add to my collection because I love to bake and cook and share with others vintage recipes, especially cake and frosting recipes.

Information about a great vintage cook-book I found, plus links to the Bake Cake Now Site for you to view a Chocolate cook book in e-book form that I have put together with 39 of the vintage chocolate cake recipes plus a link to where I got my gorgeous wall hanging tapestries

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Meditation a Prescription for Stress Relief and Better Health

May 3, 2015

Well hello everyone, Today I bring you something very close to my heart – Meditation. It can help your Stress Levels and Overall heath. I bring this post to you in a very different way. Let me know how you like it. Keep on reading the words on the video, until the very end.   [...]

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T’was the Gumboots those Blue Boots, those Wellies that did it!

March 22, 2015

You know I can be a very Patient woman! But the other day, I could have screamed and pulled my hair out (but I didn’t) – but Oh my stars, I had to really dig deep to see the funny side of IT. IT ~ Maggie what are you talking about? Ok, Ok, let us [...]

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Diabetic Recipes that Are Yummy!

January 30, 2015

Today I would like to discuss a little about Diabetes.

My husband was diagnosed with diabetes some time ago and felt that he was hit from above with a ton of bricks. His diabetes is controlled through diet and exercise, so he is very lucky.

When we went back into his family history, we found that diabetes was on his families side plus I knew it was already on my families side, so we made sure our grown up children were very aware of what is was and to have their blood sugar levels checked by the Doctors on a regular basis, plus also to stick to a very healthy diet and exercise regime which interesting enough our family has always done.

3 Diabetic Recipes for the whole family to enjoy

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Yummy Christmas Cake – The History

December 13, 2014

Christmas cake is an old English tradition which first appeared as plum porridge. It is claimed that the eating of the porridge on Christmas Eve, became popular because of the benefit was said to “line the stomachs” of the diners following a day of fasting. As time went by, dried fruit, spices and honey were added to the porridge mixture, which eventually lead to the Christmas pudding we know today.
Later it is said at some time in the 16th century, the oatmeal was removed from the original recipe, and butter, wheat flour and eggs were substituted. These new ingredients helped hold the mixture together and in what resulted in a boiled plum cake, which also had the effect of improving the texture and the flavour. These changes had a major influence on the popularity of the “Cake”.

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