Monthly Archives: March 2014

Chocolate Peanut Butter Cheesecake Slice

Chocolate and peanut butter seem like the most obvious combination, add in a layer of cheesecake and it kinda becomes something people will be highly impressed with. Like getting to walk past Buckingham Palace every morning or coming out of the Tube at Westminster, only to look up and see Big Ben standing across the…

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Eggs Benedict

Having recently completed the 30 days to 200 squat challenge I have now found this week of egg dishes to be like that challenge, some dishes are easy and other’s a little more difficult and this one seems like a dish that is just slightly too difficult to make at home. Therefore I am putting…

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Huevos a la Mexicana – Mexican Scrambled Eggs

Mexico is a world of difference from it’s neighbors and it behaves like it’s always having more fun, maybe because the sun shines more. Or because they began each day with a ¡Hola! so full of life that the rest of the day can only be lived to that high enthusiasm. Mexico was always one…

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Huevos Rotos – Broken Eggs

In my eating and research of European food and obvious availability throughout history it has become clear how much potatoes and Western European diets go hand-in-hand. I say this in part because my German born mother would and could eat potatoes every night for dinner if I hadn’t of whined so much about disliking them….

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Scotch Eggs

If you’ve ever heard of Scotch eggs you might have found the very idea of them rather strange. Boiled eggs wrapped in minced meat and then deep fried. It doesn’t sounds very appetizing nor appealing to make, but ff you’ve been lucky (or unlucky in health terms) to try a sausage roll then scotch eggs…

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Kai Jeow – Thai Omelette with Sriracha

You know those successful event planners who have dinner parties or even parties and host their events like complete pros? Those people us non-planners look at with envy as they make it all seem as easy as someone saying “oh this thing, I just threw it on.” Planning events is not in my forte, or rather, somehow…

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Creamy Bacon and Kale Pasta

The idea of comfort food from growing up has been on my mind a lot of late, the closest comfort food at my disposal is marmite which I regularly eat with eggs on toast in winter. If I want my mother’s cooking I have to replicate it as best as I can in my kitchen…

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February 2014 – Saw/Ate/Read

February was a mixed bag of sorts here in London, between Tube strikes and a beach visit it passed by much too quickly.

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