Banana & Pecan Bread

Slice the bread, toast and serve with a touch of butter. Make this a few days in advance and enjoy as

Banana & Pecan toast in the morning!

Thank you to Ruthie Chant from  for the great recipe idea!

Get organized in the kitchen, plan your meals and teach your kids to cook with 

her site

What You Will Need

1/3 cups brown sugar

½ cups buttermilk

3 eggs, lightly beaten

1 tsp ground cinnamon

2 tbs olive oil

3 overripe bananas, mashed

¾ cups pecan nuts

¼ cup plain flour

1¾ cups self raising flour

What You Will Need

  1. Preheat oven to 180C / 356 F
  2. Grease a loaf pan then line with baking paper
  3. Combine dry ingredients in a bowl
  4. Combine wet ingredients in a bowl
  5. Combine wet and dry ingredients
  6. Place batter into loaf pan
  7. Bake for 40-50 minutes or until a skewer inserted into the middle of  the loaf comes out clean

Burberry Gets a Digital Thumbs Up with 3D Show

Last night, some of the biggest names in fashion and showbiz turned up for Burberry’s first ever live stream

3D catwalk show.

Notables like Twiggy, Anna Wintour, Erin O’Connor, Tamsin Egerton, Kate Hudson, Mary-Kate Olsen, Kristen Stewart

and Clare Danes took front seats at the show, which is part of London Fashion Week.

By collaborating with sky network, Burberry was able to stream the show to other fashion capitals around the

word including New York, LA, Dubai, Paris and Tokyo.

Burberry received good reviews from this showcase of their AW10 line, just as they have for their current SS10 items.

Their kidswear line, sold at, has been praised for its amazing tailoring, classic cuts and


We chose our 5 favourite pieces from Burberry’s current Spring/Summer kidswear line, just in case you are in the

mood for a touch of online shopping Burberry after last night’s show!

Burberry: Fuchsia Tartan Kilt, £45.00


Burberry: Classic Nova Check Scarf, £45.00

Burberry: New Nova Check Smart Shoes, £103.00


Burberry: Special Occasion Burberry Check Dress, £75.50


Burberry: Silver And Purple Mini Skirt, £52.00


We Are Photogirls help your Little Ones Strike a Pose

When we were kids, our interest in fashion started at a much later age.

Before the internet and the bombardment of teen celebrities, we were dressed in the clothing sold at

department stores or in catalogues, our fashion icons were cartoon characters like Daphne from

Scooby Doo or Belle from Beauty and the Beast and the closest thing we had to a fashion magazine

would have been craft magazines that taught us how to make friendship bracelets.

We had no Suri Cruise or Honor Warren to inspire our parents to make us into baby fashionstas, no Teen Vogue to

teach us about style at an early age and no idea until our late teens what a photo shoot was.

Today, almost every designer has a children’s line, creating the opportunity for our kids to grow their love for

fashion earlier. Celebrities and the children of celebrities inspire our kids daily and children as young as five

dream of becoming models, stylists or designers.

We Are Photogirls realize that people of all ages are in love with fashion and have created an amazing way for

your children to explore their love for fashion in a fun, educational and professional way.

The fabulous London Company creates Vogue style photoshoot parties for kids of all ages; you choose the photo

shoot theme, they bring their own team of professional photographers, stylists and makeup artists, helping guests

and birthday baby’s to feel like stars.

The team also holds workshops during the school holidays and at the weekends for 12-18 year olds to

learn photography, styling, art direction, prop making, make-up and hair design and lighting.

Interested in letting your little one strike a pose? Checkout the Photogirls website at

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