I was experimenting in the kitchen the other day and was trying to think of some new healthy treats I could make that did not need an oven. Then I had this light bulb moment and thought surely, I can create a healthier millionaire shortbread using a gluten free nut base, a date caramel spread … Continue reading Healthy Millionaire Shortbread
I’m just sat here in lockdown dreaming of the yummy food I should be eating right now! Not that I’m a bad home cook or anything, I absolutely love cooking, but I also really really enjoy other peoples cooking! One place I was actually really shocked by the quality of the food was Australia, I … Continue reading Top 4 places to eat in Margret River.
For Valentine’s day this year I decided to give the best gift I could think of .... food! As I had a bit of time on my hands I decided to make something special and tackle my favourite French dish, Cheese Soufflé. I had never made one before and expected the dish to be … Continue reading 🇫🇷 Twice Baked Cheese Souffle
There are two types of people who will be reading this the ones who's mouths have already started watering and the others who are thinking why would you want to eat from a cart on the side of the road. Street food may not be the prettiest but it is by far the tastiest food … Continue reading A Guide to Indian Street food
We have been on so many day trips to Verona and loved the tourist sights when we first visited but what keeps drawing us back is the local vibes and the delicious food. Our favourite way to spend a day off is taking ourselves on a self-guided foodie tour of Verona. So in this … Continue reading Verona: Our Favorite Foodie Spots
Before we arrived in Alleppey we already knew that a houseboat wasn't an option for us, at rp10000+ (£100+) a night it was way out of our budget. But we also didn't want to do the budget options we had read about and spend the day on the government boat. So we decided to wait … Continue reading Kerala’s backwaters on a budget
We are sitting on the train on our way from Mangalore to Kochi, reflecting on how amazing the last week has been. Even on the train we feel elated, there are mouthwatering smells of biryani and samosas in the air and we are waiting with anticipation for the Chai Wallah to pass by. Above us … Continue reading The Great Indian Surf Adventure
So in our first post we originally wanted to give you top tips on the Taj Mahal. But we have come to learn that in India your plans do not always work out and after a 14 hour train delay we didn't make it to the Taj Mahal untill lunch time when it was quite … Continue reading An unexpected journey: Train Travel India