March 2016 – Saw/Ate/Read

March 2016 Roamingtaste

My last full month in London was a bit hectic with seeing people, going to educational classes and working my last job here in England’s capital.

Honestly, beyond the long hours of work, there was so much food consumed that I’m surprised I’ve not Violet

Choccywoccydoodah Chocolate Cake


Pink Sunset and winter trees/Choccywoccydoodah Chocolate Cake/Setting sky




Cooking and Eating and Eating/Lazy Sunday fusion brunch/Salted Caramel Chocolate Mousse




Exploring Egyptian history/Notting Hill streets/Danish pudding

There was a lot of eating this month, from the very fancy and arty Sketch which is so worth the price to an incredible fusion brunch of Indian meets English at Chai Ki. And a return to Flatiron with it’s small menu and long lines, they know how to do steak well and accompany it with some stellar sides.

Recipe of the month goes to Irish Brown Bread which I had to make two loaves of because it’s just so good.

Blog love this month goes to Crepes of Wrath and this incredible looking Citrus Matcha Marshmallow Cake which I’d love a slice of.

Recipe inspiration comes from Naturally Ella and her Roasted Radish Polenta recipe which looks warm and colorful, a perfect way to welcome in Spring.

Huffington Post had a great article by a writer and Why She Doesn’t Have a Travel Bucket List.

Any article on Iceland has me salivating for a country that I absolutely loved beyond words, so this article from The Guardian on Iceland’s Buddy Brilliant Stopover Scheme had me click and is worth a read.

I’d love to hear how your month was and what you stumbled on that was of interest?

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