Eat In: Lemon and Blueberry Drizzle Cake

Inspired by Great British Bake Off’s first episode I decided to make a drizzle cake one lazy Sunday afternoon. Now everyone loves a lemon drizzle but I wanted to find a recipe with something that little bit extra. As usual I took to Pinterest and found this delicious looking Lemon and Blueberry Drizzle Cake from Good…

Eat Out: Lunch on the beach in the Valleys, Langland’s Brasserie, Swansea

No you haven’t read that title wrong and before you think this review is delayed and I enjoyed this lunch in the height of summer … I didn’t. A surprisingly gorgeous September weekend I found myself walking along Langland Bay beach and enjoying a delicious lunch in the seafront restaurant Langland’s Brasserie. Despite growing up…

Eat Out: Walkers Crisp Sarnie Club Speakeasy, Tooley Street London

Last night I headed to Walkers Crisp Sarnie Club a short walk from London Bridge station and devoured what can only be described as a gourmet crisp sandwich. Thanks to a friend working on the project I heard about this pretty early on when it was first launched and made sure I nabbed a couple of…

Eat Out: Bottomless Champagne Brunch at Aqua Kyoto, Soho London

Bottomless brunches have become a bit of a thing between myself and a group of old colleagues. Historically we’ve always headed to Roka in Canary Wharf for unlimited sushi and wine but as it was one of the girls 30th’s we went for something a little more special and headed to Aqua Kyoto near Oxford Circus….

Eat Out: A quaint spot for brunch, lunch or cake at Fitzbillies, Cambridge

From the outside Fitzbillies looks like a traditional and authentic cake shop thanks to its brown awning and windows dressed with Chelsea buns, cupcakes and pastries. But heading inside and past the counter there is a bright and buzzing cafe where couples and groups of friends are enjoying strong flat white’s and catching up over…

Eat In: Slow Cooker Hungarian Beef Goulash 

The key ingredient for a decent goulash lies in the Paprika! Sweet smoked Paprika is my favourite and if you can get your hands on some that’s from Hungary even better because you can most definitely taste the difference. Luckily for me I now have a steady supply of Hungarian paprika coming my way and…