If ever there was a perfect marriage of foods, it was sweet, sticky meats stuffed into a squishy bread-based vessel. This meal is a little time consuming and technical, so one to save for when you have some more time. The pay off is a delicious street food style feast that’s perfect for a night in with your significant other or friends! Spoiler: Q’s braised pork is to die for.
These are a quick and delicious recipe, super easy to make and can be stored in the freezer to grab and go when you please. And when I say quick to make, I mean 5 minutes quick.
One day about two years ago, Q woke up with the ambition to master a homemade chicken Katsu. It’s one of his favourite dishes and now that he’s nailed it, we get to enjoy them at home!
This is a meal that can be cooked in around 20 minutes. It’s speedy and absolutely delicious!
I haven’t baked in forever! But I’m back. Return of the Mac… *ahem* cake. Here’s a great recipe for the upcoming festivities, and if you’re a hater of traditional Christmas cake this might just fill the gap as a delicious alternative filled with delicious warming cinnamon, boozy rum soaked sultanas and a touch of zesty clementines.
I am too excited that the limbo that was Summer is over! Summer is great and all, y’know, when the sun is actually shining, but year after year I find myself gushing in my September blog posts about how incredibly happy I am to welcome in the Autumn.
Sometimes in life you are absolutely, categorically allowed to make things easy for yourself.
“It feels kind of rebellious and good, doesn’t it?”
Hands up if you ate too much this Bank Holiday? Is it even possible to have a healthy Bank Holiday? I’m not convinced it is; so far every one this year I’ve spent socialising or seeing family, and this one wasn’t much different…
If you follow me on Instagram then you’ll know that I love a wrap. Stuff something tasty inside a flatbread, chow down and enjoy. Bam. Perfect for when I’m in a rush or just plain lazy but not wanting to eat something junky.
I recently learned the term ‘pluviophile’ which describes someone who enjoys the rain and gains peace of mind from it. Like a number of people I can absolutely relate to that: do you get that feeling of instant comfort when you look out the window and see that it’s pouring outside? I think there’s almost something reliving about it; like it gives you the green light for a few guilt free hours of relaxation – I mean you couldn’t possibly go out and run errands in such dreadful conditions, right?