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Laura Cutress

Laura is the owner and director of Anchor & Dash, brand development and marketing agency. She believes that everyone deserves an online presence which makes them feel proud. Her mission statement is simple: building business through creative, authentic and inspiring digital marketing. If you would like to chat more about growing your brand, talk to her over at www.anchoranddash.com , on Facebook, or her personal favourite, Instagram.

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Food From The Hills - The Perfect Mulled Wine

I have recently discovered that mulled wine is the marmite of festive fare. You either long for its warm, sweet embrace, or run to the nearest G&T gasping for refreshment. Typically made with red wine, the wine is sweetened, spiced and heated—offering a delightful alternative to traditional coffees, ciders and toddy’s ...

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Food from The Hills - Beetroot & Red Onion Tarte Tatin

It is the last week of Vegan Month, and so before we get truly and decadent (think umptuous oozing puddings and gorgeous bakes!) for the festive season, today we have a beautiful vegan tart showstopper. The beetroot is a lovely earthy Autumn vegetable, rich in flavour and adds a good texture ...

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Food From The Hills - Christmas Pudding Ice Cream

For this week's food from The Hills, we are getting a little festive whilst still baring in mind that it is National Vegan Month! This customised vanilla ice cream with traditional Christmas flavours is perfect for a lighter finish to your festive feast, and we bet the non-vegans around the table ...

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Food from The Hills - Aubergine tagine with black olives and preserved lemon

For this week's food from The Hills, we are reflecting on yesterday's vegan post (and this entire month celebrating the vegan movement) and sharing an absolutely delicious recipe from The Vegan Society blog. This amazing dish is packed full of flavour, and can be served with a fresh salad, comforting cous-cous ...

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Food from the Hills: 3 Easy Recipes for leftover Pumpkin this Halloween

Halloween is just around the corner, and lots of us this weekend will be scooping and carving, and getting our spooky decorations in order for the annual trick-or-treat. But don’t waste those glorious golden insides, this week we’re rounding up our favourite sweet and savoury recipes for your squash surplus and ...

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Food from The Hills: Creamy Polenta with Mushrooms and Spinach

As of last week, I was a polenta virgin. I am a self-confessed carb-o-holic, so why had it taken me this long to try this delicious alternative to cous-cous, mashed potato or even chips? Let’s admit it, it doesn’t look too appetizing when packaged as a sweaty plastic coated brick, and ...

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Food from the Hills - Vegan Mushroom and Butter Bean Stew

It’s dark in the evening, Strictly has started, and its again acceptable, just, to put the heating on. That means it's time for rich stews, gravy and sticky puddings. I recently made this for my family (who are not veggie nor vegan) after a day walking along the Lincolnshire coast. Having ...

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Being Mindful For Our Pets

We have posted before here on The Hills about mindful consumerism, and whilst we are often reminded to be thoughtful in our actions, be present in the now, and take time to be cognizant of where our food and products come from - I’ve recently been applying this to looking after ...

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