My friend sent me these pics of her lockdown breakfast- loving the mid- week breakfast inspo!
The accepted wisdom is that if you haven’t baked banana bread whilst being in lockdown, are you even doing it right? But it’s not surprising that banana bread has been so popular whilst quarantining- it is utterly delicious, the natural sweetness of the fruit lending itself perfectly to baking. I tried out this recipe from… Continue reading Going bananas for banana bread
Being in lockdown presents many challenges, not least attempting to shop for groceries. With online deliveries being hard to come by and a shortage of food on the shelves, a lot of people are finding themselves having to come up with alternatives for cooking and baking. Last weekend I made this yummy eggless vanilla sponge… Continue reading Eggless Sponge Cake
Even though I can’t actually visit there right now, I’m currently dreaming about these delicious pizzas from Crust Bros in Waterloo. Yes I had both in one go! It’s really hard to post content under the UK lockdown, especially for a food blog that is centred mainly around eating out! It becomes a struggle to… Continue reading All you can eat pizza at Crust Bros
I just love my veggie burgers! I would happily eat this one every day. The White Hart, Ampthill, Bedfordshire
Okay time for another breakfast post- because I love breakfast. Normally, due to my work schedule, it’s usually something light for me. Therefore I appreciate the opportunity to go all out. This Eggs Benedict was delicious: The Cross- Keys, Saffron Walden
Kalifornia Kitchen is a new (ish) plant-based restaurant in central London. The all-day cafe-cum- restaurant serves a menu of healthy dishes to be eaten in or taken out. It’s motto is “Healthy is sexy” and it is free from animal products and single use plastic. Be warned if you visit Kalifornia Kitchen- everything is pink.… Continue reading Eating My Way Through London: Kalifornia Kitchen
I love my tea… Saturdays with a cup of mint tea are my fave.
We went to this place for a work lunch on my manager’s suggestion. I liked what I had, my manager didn’t. Make of that what you will! Personally I found the Pad Kwetio tasty but not very filling. I do have a big appetite though. My colleagues had a variety of dishes, all which looked… Continue reading Eating My Way Through London: Busaba, Stratford
We walked for ages to find Cutter and Squidge in Soho- it was actually slipped down a side- street. Was it worth it? Well, the cake doesn’t need words: