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Weekends are made of late Friday nights in pubs, watching people dance to mixed up old school music. They are made of long chats with friends you’ve never really had the chance to properly converse with beyond those five minute always rushed catch ups. They’re also made of new experiences like the color run. I […]

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This past weekend I met up with a friend who I hadn’t seen in eight-and-a-half years. Truly a lifetime ago. We barely spoke or emailed over these years, but did keep in touch as we could through social media. But there were definite nerves on my part as to whether we would have anything to […]

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Last night while waiting for my Pad Thai to be laid down in front of me, I conversed over the excitement of expectation. How you must always have something to be excited about, somewhere exciting to visit when you live in London, otherwise the city will swallow you whole and you’ll be another soul wandering […]

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Is it just me or is the coming month solidly busy?! So busy that temple massages are required stat! Meanwhile, breathing slowly, this crunchy greens with pancetta dish will keep spring in the air while May showers hover outside here in London. It’s the perfect cooked crunch with salty pancetta that combine so well I almost ate […]

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I’m back in America, the country I adore. Yes, people struggle to understand me more often then I can count on fingers and toes, but the sun shining and seeing old friends and new ones, a surprise friend who wasn’t meant to be in town and a few adventures makes Monday feels like it’s too […]

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I love art, in fact I love to paint, unfortunately, I cook more then paint nowadays. Art history was my favorite subject at school. And going to art shows is something that brings an easy smile to my face. I had the pleasure of going to Art in the Dark, something that has only happened […]

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Most of the time I feel like a mediocre cook and an amateur blogger. I particularly feel this way when looking at sites like Joy the Baker and Shutterbean or one of my absolute favorite’s The Crepes of Wrath. The ease of these sites, the humor that rolls off the page and the food that […]

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This weekend I took a short flight down to a beautiful home for a Bachelorette party. We arrived late on Friday night with my best friend and I wandering around the house to a lot of wow’s. From the underfloor heating to the library to the kitchen neither of us wanted to leave. And both of […]

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Pizza is apart of the psyche in so many parts of the world now that it’s eaten at many a meal time. It’s not one of those meals that is just linked with dinner anymore and rightly so. Who doesn’t love their dough flattened and topped with a variety of ingredients and then garnished heavily […]

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