I enjoy a pasty as much as the next person but I often find myself craving something a little more fresh and interesting on my visits to Cornwall, especially during the summer months. If you're visiting the Penzance area, The Potager Garden and Cafe is a great location for a spot of lunch and a … Continue reading Potager Garden Cafe
Another year, another Glastonbury Festival food guide. This year's edition features both new and old favourites, from spicy Thai and paella to pie and mash. Although this year's festival was missing a few classics (namely Yeo Valley Yoghurt and the much missed Tapas breakfast), I still managed to scout out some tasty new dishes. New … Continue reading Glastonbury Food Guide 2017
This is my short but sweet Washington D.C. city guide! In addition to visiting New York City last month, we took a bus down to D.C. to experience a different part of America and enjoy some of the sunshine out of the towering skyscrapers in New York. We really enjoyed our time in D.C. (although … Continue reading Three Days in Washington D.C.
I recently made this dish for a celebratory dinner with my housemates, and it went down very well indeed. Far from boring old boiled broccoli, this salad screams 'eat me' with it's garlic oil coated chopped almonds and heat from fresh strips of red and green chillies. This recipe is from the July 2017 edition … Continue reading Recipe Review: Delicious Magazine’s Broccoli and Almond Salad
Welcome to my first-timers New York City guide. I spent an amazing seven days in New York, and this guide collects together my favourite places to go and things to eat in the city. My focus of this piece, as always, is food; so expect plenty of restaurant, street food and fast food recommendations. My … Continue reading Seven Days in New York City
It may be raining heavily outside right now, but hopefully this summer risotto recipe will bring some sunshine into your kitchen. A perfect mixture of comforting cheesiness and fresh green veg and lemon, a summer risotto is perfect for this time of year when the weather can be a bit dodgy, and you'd like a … Continue reading Summer Risotto
Happy Easter! Although this Easter, for me, brings deadlines and long days in the library, its been nice to take a break and do some seasonal baking. I love the baked treats that come with the Easter weekend (not just the chocolate eggs) and making these muffins has been a nice way to enjoy the … Continue reading Hot Cross Bun Muffins