Greetings! I’m AnnastasiaI'm bit keen on the colour green and like to ramble on about food, cooking, veganism, refashioning, sewing, clothes, list making, music, reading and anything else that pops up in my overcrowded existence! I'm also one half of Ink drops boxes, stationery by the boxful, dropped through your letterbox.
Author Archives: Annastasia Ward
Sunday evening rolled around. The approaching twilight taking me by surprise after a bright day. I’d popped along to see some friends perform in a burlesque show in a pub. In a back room. Does that sound better or worse … Continue reading
It was the lawn that gave it away. Spring wasn’t kidding around. It was here now. I’d gone out for one of my early morning walks. In recent months this has meant seeing the world in shades of black and … Continue reading
Hello spring greens. Amongst this week’s inspiring selection of veg was kale, chard, salad leaves, parsnips, onions, carrots and swede. Rice with chickpeas and chard What do you cook when you have a friend coming to dinner, a fridge … Continue reading
I was very happy to get a triple dose of greens in my veg bag; cabbage, kale and spinach. Plus the usual suspects in the form of carrots and parsnips. Homemade pasta with beanballs I’ve been working on my homemade … Continue reading
When I first spotted the mural I thought I was looking at green birds. They looked like swallows darting between vines. However a closer look showed that they weren’t birds. The vine had leaves in different shades of green. … Continue reading
I love to document what I cook from my veg bag contents. It’s handy for when I can’t decide what to cook or recall a recipe. However I’m still building the habit of actually remembering to make the dish look … Continue reading
Recently I was watching The Clone Wars animated series. It’s fun to watch but I didn’t expect any greenspiration to show up. Then this green haired gal came along looking pretty cool. Naturally she represents the light side of … Continue reading
Look at the scratches on the paintwork. However the colour look even more awesome as a result of the damage.
The veg bag this week had leeks and cauliflower as well as the usual suspects. Immediately my brain began buzzing over the contents of my veg bag as I though about what meals I could create… Chickpea cutlets with … Continue reading
At the start of the winter I’m really keen to savour the flavour of each vegetable and tend to cook dishes that reflect this. However as the colder weather drags on and you realise how few fresh vegetables are available … Continue reading