Kay Dovey
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There’s a lot of Slimming World recipes out there for Coleslaw, but this is how we make our Syn Free Coleslaw. Coleslaw is a classic side dish to accompany salads, jacket potatoes, BBQs and of course our Low Syn KFC Fakeaway. But, as with many of our favourite things it’s pretty high in syns. So…

Coleslaw is a classic side dish to accompany salads, jacket potatoes, BBQs and of course our Low Syn KFC Fakeaway, but, as with many of our favourite things it’s pretty high in syns. So why not make your own? Takes 15 minutes at most. There’s a lot of Sli

Fantastic design for narrow patio

Put an outdoor kitchen where that brick wall is with a fireplace and have a gate into the larger part of the back yard. Pergola connected to house and fence, over dining area in courtyard. fantastic design for narrow patio - James Farmer

It's been an eat-Nutella-straight- from-the-jar kind of day. R u kidding its always a eat-nutella-strait-out-of-the-jar day haha

Tower of lights. Add solar lanterns and you have a summertime eye catcher in your garden. Replace with bird feeders during winter time and you'll create a bird magnet.

Tower of lights. Add solar lanterns and you have a summertime eye catcher in your garden. Replace with bird feeders during winter time and you'll create a bird magnet.Good idea, back yard

I love this idea. A well positioned mirror in a small courtyard to produce the illusion of a secret garden beyond.

A well positioned mirror in a small courtyard to produce the illusion of a secret garden beyond.

While this may not look like much to the naked eye, it is actually a long mirror attached to a wall in which an applied lead design is made to resemble a wrought iron gate. What you see in the mirror is a reflection of the garden IN FRONT of the mirror, not a gate, in which you are looking through to see the garden. I have always wanted to do this.

Wrought iron glass mirror gate to bring depth to garden - acrylic mirrors are lighter and resist shattering