Monthly Archives: March 2016

Irish Brown Bread

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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Seeing Dublin in 48 hours

The oft gray skies of Dublin may be drenched by pouring rain, but within that exists a population of smiling, kind and welcoming people which will make you glad you made the effort to come to the Emerald Isle, even if its only brief. The beauty of Dublin is that you can walk to almost…

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Date and Turmeric Scones

Being a grown up with free time is one of the absolute luxuries of life, I really noted this yesterday when I went to the museum after a short class (yes, I’m a jobless hobo who is using my time wisely) and being two o’clock in the afternoon, it was full of classes of school…

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February 2016 – Saw/Ate/Read

I can confidently say that the last two weeks of February were a roller coaster of moving, sending boxes back to New Zealand and saying goodbye to the last home I have had here before I depart UK shores for good in April. I hope your February was a little calmer? How is your 2016…

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