Bright and warm (ish) one day, dreadful and rain-icy the next, the weather really is playing with my mind lately. I can’t wait for Spring to bloom and the cold dark days of winter to be behind us for a little while.
I suppose it’s a matter of habit (my mum used to add yellow curry powder to her cauliflower cheese) but in my mind, there’s something very comforting about the association of sulfur-y cauliflower and fragrant curry powder.
Soooo, I might have gone a teeny tiny (huge) bit overboard with sales shopping in January. Which has made me the proud owner of two sets of guest towels, a beautiful breakfast tray and a dozen candles amongst other things. And a little bit broke in the process.
There’s no better feelling than that of discovering a new favourite place when you weren’t looking for it. You’re walking down a road you’ve walked down a thousand times before, and then you noticed it. It looks nice and welcoming, so you push the door and get in. And before you know it, you end […]
Much like a famous restaurant critic, I thought I was done with barbecue. Thought I had seen it all, tasted it all and that there wasn’t much point in having to deal with smoke-scented coats and sweaters for cotton-wooly meat covered overly sweet barbecue sauce.
I have a -fully disclosed- love affair with citrus fruit. Lemons, limes, oranges, grapefruits, I love them all. But my favourite, if I ever had to pick just one at gunpoint, would probably be blood oranges.