Tag Archive: Food

Winter fare at Borough Market

It kind of speaks for itself What it doesn’t capture are the pigs heads routinely on sale, the ageing beef that looks gangrenous (I’m sure fans of properly aged meat could take issue… Continue reading

Caution Infernal Traffic

On Sunday I caught the tube eastwards into the Shoreditch/ Spitalfields/ Brick Lane area.  I have to admit that the most Cockney thing I found was the ATM. I’d seen a piece in the… Continue reading

Weekend of markets

The weekend is the best time to enjoy some of London’s markets, so I decided to visit two different parts of London and sample their markets this weekend. This first post is about… Continue reading

Chocolate Oat Biscuits

Chewy and full of chocolate, these are good biscuits.  I’ve made these lots of times but have only just managed to take pictures of them.  Details below. 150 g butter 1/2 cup brown… Continue reading

food, glorious food…

One of the best parts about travelling is eating all the fabulous food you encounter in different places.  My trip to Cambodia was no different.  On our day trip in the countryside around… Continue reading

Cheesecake brownies

Mmmmmm.  They’re delicious and combine two favourite foods – chocolate and cheesecake.  The recipe is pretty simple and they don’t take too long to make.  And in any case, they are more than… Continue reading

Dinner at Omeros Brothers

Last night I caught up with a few old friends at Omeros Brothers restaurant  at Marina Mirage.  One of my friends is getting married in a few months and she organised the dinner as a… Continue reading

Banana cinnamon pancakes

Sounds good right?  I decided to make these pancakes the other day not because I had some fantastic recipe but because I had some rapidly ripening bananas that I had to use before… Continue reading

More rainbow cupcakes

These ones aren’t so blindingly colourful as the last lot but they are quite cute.

Surfers Paradise (but is it really?)

In the time I’ve lived on the Coast I’ve visited the tourist hotspot known as Surfers Paradise a handful of times.  I tend to avoid it because it is very touristy, often crowded… Continue reading