Monthly Archives: February 2015

Stoemp – Belgian Mashed Potato

The howling icy wind got into my bones this weekend and that’s when it was all too much, somehow Winter, by far the worst season of all with a combined vote of thumbs down goes on for far far too long. We may not be in Boston, but argh to all the cold and layers…

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Black Rice Pudding

It’s Friday! Can we start a slow clap to celebrate this as it’s felt like a long week and getting back into the exercise routine after my travel and laziness due to the blistering cold has made me rather sore. It’s hard work getting back into things and routine’s isn’t it?! Trying to make time for things…

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Istanbul

“Once you visit Turkey, you can’t not go back.” Those words were uttered to me and my mother as we awaited for a flight to depart to European shores many many years ago and those words always stuck, they lingered at the back of my mind with each new destination I set out on until…

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Peanut Butter Mousse in White Chocolate Baskets

While watching Celeste and Jesse Forever the other day, I thought about the joy that comes from letting people into our life. Even if we feel as though we are failing in every avenue or being taught a lesson the hard way, a person may come along who may invigorate and help us through it…

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Lemon Mousse

Have you ever met someone and thought instantly ‘I need to get to know this person’? Maybe there is an instant connection that so rarely happens in life where your soul identifies with this stranger or maybe its because that person has left an impression in their seven seconds. Its rare that this happens, in…

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  • Deb ward

    Just to say I’m really enjoying your blog! Inspired to try the recipes too.

    I realky know what you mean about the above too, in recent years it happened in Wahiki – will tell you when see you! Interested to hear your encounter too.

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Prague

Riding the train into the landlocked Czech Republic in the darkness of night, there isn’t much to suggest of what you will see upon rolling into its largest and capital city, Prague, or better known as Praha to the locals. Expecting a winter wonderland, even on the coldest day during my visit there was no…

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January 2015 – Saw/Ate/Read

January has swept passed in a blur of adventures thanks to escaping London and seeing more of Europe and a piece of the tie between Europe and Asia in Turkey. Yes, January has been a grand, fast, swirling month of joy. If only I had more tickets to escape as there is nothing quite as…

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