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Brændende Kærlighed – Burning Love

It’s actually happening and some people are surprised, I’m leaving London in two months as excited as a wild horse who’s been penned up for a while and the gate is slowly being opened to let me free again. I know, I’m not making my time here sound very fun, but a post regarding this…

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Toad in a Hole

Toad in a Hole or Toad in the Hole (unsure of which is correct) is one of the great British classics that is made for the heavy gray days found hovering over its shores, especially at this time of year. Today’s recipe is from Jamie Oliver and he added rosemary which makes this only fuller…

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Thai Larb

Long term goals are something I am always working towards and it seems some people are just made like that. It’s simply apart of our DNA to be looking for the next thing to achieve because this.life.is.just.so.short. I look at people who glide by enjoying, but wasting so much time and don’t feel an ounce…

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Summer Pesto Salad

Even the best intentions cannot be fulfilled unless you actually put in effort and this thought was something I contemplated as I watched the pink clouds drift overhead while waiting for the training last evening. How is it Wednesday already??? I cannot fathom and yet this is the first post all week. The intention was…

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Catalan Bocadillo

On my first solo trip overseas, I went from Thanksgiving in Mississippi to Costa Rica and it’s Gallo Pinto to Mexico and it’s tortillas and beans from morning until evening. All this food was tasty, but I yearned for a plain old boring sandwich like I was used to and my two week stay in…

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Chorizo Stuffed Zucchini’s

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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Crunchy Greens with Pancetta

Is it just me or is the coming month solidly busy?! So busy that temple massages are required stat! With time now leading into summer there are many many things coming up and somehow wedged in between I’m moving house to share a room for the first time in my life. It will be worth it when…

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Oven-Baked Sausages with Balsamic Tomatoes

The long weekend was sufficiently relaxing and catching up on to-do tasks like emailing friends who have been waiting for replies for some time or staying up to 2am after a 3-hour Facetime with a close friend. In true form we proved that age doesn’t necessarily reflect being adults, especially after agreeing we would both…

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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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