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So I could be all coy and say how the Irish Soda Bread is something that is easily found on it’s shores. But I’m not cap.a.ble. Simply not capable. You see, the first slice of this stuff will have you waving your waiter at that pub you’re in, while it’s probably raining outside and you […]

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In this always online world it can be hard to pull oneself away. In fact, having no internet connection feels like suffocation or like suddenly you are not fully alive and breathing like the rest of society. Somehow though, our house continues to go on without wifi which we won’t have for another week. How […]

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When I was ten-years-old, my mother took us to a country she had already fallen in love on a girls trip the previous year. It was our first time on a vacation outside the country together as a family and after only a few hours of flying, we landed on a tiny piece of paradise […]

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This week has been defined in tube strikes and saying farewell to lovely Inge who has returned to the sunny shores of New Zealand after her time here came to a close. Visiting Inge on Monday night with clothes strewn everywhere and things she was still deciding to keep or leave behind beyond her large suitcase. It all reminded […]

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Do you ever go somewhere and buy a lovely product, take it home, devour it and think ‘I could make this myself?’ Food that was so good you rolled your eyes and went, I have to have that again, but the price is just one of those ‘treat’ costs you can’t afford on the regular? […]

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Now please don’t be offended, but I’m not a lover of potatoes. I don’t love to eat them when you know and compare them to sweet potatoes, they are just not as satisfying. I don’t buy potato chips because quite frankly the thin amount of self control I have with junk food goes out the […]

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When you think of pretzels what comes to mind? Do large German people in lederhosen come to mind, like Augustus Gloop from Willy Wonka? Germany is known for pretzels among other things, despite being mainly rooted in the southern portion of the country. Or do you think about most probably the most famous city on earth? […]

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