Halloumi and herby pesto open sandwich

The news that I, like many others, will be working from home at least until January, has made me very happy. This is largely to the fact that I can make my lunches in my own kitchen. No more waiting to use the microwave in my office’s teeny tiny kitchen, no more suspicious salmon waftContinue reading “Halloumi and herby pesto open sandwich”

Tomatoes, capers and feta on toast

I’ve never been a salad person, so when the weather gets sweltering it can be hard to find a summer lunch that isn’t just a concoction of leaves, grains and dressings (as lovely as that sounds). So naturally, I often resort to *things on toast*, and this is my new favourite. It’s in part inspiredContinue reading “Tomatoes, capers and feta on toast”

Energising Breakfast Ideas

For some people, breakfast can be just another morning chore.  There is nothing more deflating than a bland bowl of cereal in the morning so, for me, the key is to make breakfast something you’ll actually look forward to eating.  Personally I can’t function properly (especially when I’m in classes) when I havn’t at leastContinue reading “Energising Breakfast Ideas”

Lazy morning breakfast

When I’m not power walking across Waterloo Bridge, toast in hand, I love to make a bit of an effort with my breakfast. Often, the kind of morning where I have time to make something nice breakfast turns into a sort of brunch, but by the time I’ve managed to drag myself out of bedContinue reading “Lazy morning breakfast”