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Pink Butterfly Kids Apron

Top 5 Activities to Entertain the Kids this Summer

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It’s here again, the Great British Summer Time. It’s only a few weeks in and we’ve already had a whole spectrum of weather, from a heat wave to floods! And the schools have only just broken up. Which poses the question, what to do to keep the kids entertained this summer, without breaking the bank? Here are our top 5 tips from Roman at Home… Continue reading


February Spotlight: Treat the Family

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Treat Your Pets at ….

Petz Kitchen, founded by friends Rachel & Sarah when Sarah’s Mini Schnauzer pup, Eddie, suffered renal failure. Rachel & Sarah started making their own healthy treats for him after a spell at the Vets. Eddie, & Rachel’s Mini Poodle Basil, loved them, as did their friends dogs, so Petz Kitchen was born. The treats are made with human grade, locally sourced ingredients including flax seed for lots of omega 3. Continue reading

Christmas Yorkie Puddings

Christmas Diary, The Big Day.

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At Roman at Home we were fortunate enough to break up for the festive break on the 21st of December. So from the moment I got home all I could think about was the massive task at hand. I must have made my list twice, and checked it three times – I now know how Santa feels with his ‘list’!

I had my Christmas dinner plates all cleaned and now placed safely in the dining room, this was such a relief as my crockery kitchen wall cupboard went on a suicide mission and fell down on the morning of the 23rd. Not quite the way I had the start of my Christmas Holidays planned. Continue reading

Silver Christmas Tree Napkin Rings

Christmas Dinner Trial Run: 2 Chickens, Yorkies & no Napkins.

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If you read my 3rd instalment of my Christmas 1st Timer Diary then you’ll know that I did a trial run last weekend for my best friend, Sarah and her partner, Barry. Not wanting to leave anything to chance, I decided to do the whole Christmas Dinner with all the trimings, but with a chicken rather than the turkey.

Disaster isn’t close to what I’d call the morning half of Sunday. My oven is a standard small Stoves oven and simply won’t house a large 10lb turkey as well as parsnips, potatoes, pigs n’ blankets, stuffing and croquette potatoes. Continue reading