London is so big and buzzy and there’s always so much happening that it can be quite confusing at times. Many a new-comer to the city has asked me where they should go first, and my answer is always the same.
There are few dishes that everybody loves. And while I have met a few of those people with rather unusual dislikes (apparently, some people find ice cream repulsive. Shocking, I know!), I am still to come across anyone that doesn’t like madeleines.
When it comes to cooking, I still have so much to learn. I’ve always been a very decent cook, probably mainly because I’ve been free to experiment in the kitchen from a very young age, with my parents encouragingly eating up sometimes-far-from-perfect said experiments.
I usually hate Autumn. The shorter days, the crisper air… I know many of you love it all, but Summer’s more my thing and having to say goodbye for another year is always rather tough. But this year, the transition seems to be softer than usual… Maybe it’s my determination to embrace Hygge or the […]
Between challenging times at work, and many things to catch up on at home, these past few weeks have been rather manic. Slowly but surely, I have a feeling I’m starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel though, so that’s good news!
On a Saturday afternoon, few places in London are as buzzy as the Borough Market. A must-see for any resident or visiting foodie, the London mecca of all things food is the place to go for top-rated ingredients, delicious bakery goods and any cheese-related quest. And if you’re in the area, you have to stay for dinner.
We all have our little food obsessions, don’t we? Take me for example. It’s no secret that I’m absolutely crazy for all things salted caramel and it is no secret anymore that I try and sneak some into pretty much any food I can get away with.