Salt of the Earth is a cute little deli/restaurant in Carleton near Blackpool. It opens from breakfast to lunch with a few evening services.
Set over two floors it is an instagram dream inside. Mismatched chairs, mirror walls set the surroundings for some seriously delicious food.
I have visited SOTE a few times for breakfast and tea. I love their salt and vingear fries.
On my last visit I have the Special Sausage Sandwich (veggie style) and they do have plenty of veggie options.
SOTE offer great service and delicious food. If you are in the area pop in.
Here are some of my latest home purchases.
The mirror and flower light are from Ikea.
The hanging light was Debenhams.
The clock was a present from my Grandma and the telelphone table I picked up at The Vintage Home Show.
I had lots of bananas left that were turning over ripe so I decided to make banana bread.
I used a good food recipe and jazzed it up by adding chocolate chips in them – one milk, one white.
After seeing these on the Bake Off many years ago I fell in love with this tasty treat.
I used a recipe I found on Pinterest and it was trickier than expected.
I cheated of course by using shop bought pastry but even Mary Berry says she uses it.
After reading this was a dupe for Glamglow I decided to give it a go. It was £5 so a bargain in comparison.
It applied with a slightly gritty texture which wasn’t unplesant and it was dark grey in colour.
My skin felt softer after using it but broke out the next day – maybe my skin purging itself?
Either way I will carry on using it for the moisturing effect.
Spacemasks came to my attention after reading about them in a magazine.
They were slightly pricey at nearly £20 including pandp for 5 masks.
Spacemasks claim you can smell jasmine when the mask heats up but I am 3 masks in and I’ve never smelt it.
However, the warming sensation is impressive. Last night I fell asleep with the mask on it was so relaxing.