Everyone knows that I'm a sucker for a coffee and a nice setting to drink it in, which is why I can often be found sitting in the window of a cafe, daydreaming with a mocha in hand. In July, I was visiting the wonderful city that is Brighton and so naturally I found somewhere … Continue reading Cafe Coho: Brighton
This is a recipe that I thought I'd share, which I have been baking with my nan since I was little! I think she discovered the recipe in an old Co-Op or Somerfield magazine and then we adapted it a bit.
This blog is all about my first post-lockdown food and drink adventure where I grabbed a coffee and enjoyed some tacos and margaritas in Bristol.
A few weeks ago, we did what we do best, and found somewhere new to enjoy lunch on a sunny autumn day. Rather than making the trip into Bath where we often eat, we decided to venture to Bradford-on-Avon so that we could enjoy a walk around the pretty town and go to one of … Continue reading The Weaving Shed
After a rather tedious week at the start of the month, tensions were running high and some quality time was definitely needed. Before going for a little walk around Frome and catching up over a coffee, Scott told me he was taking me out for dinner so that we could have some quality time together. … Continue reading The Seven Stars, Winsley
Butterfly cakes are a crowd pleasure and are hassle free - great for parties and for getting the kids started early in the kitchen! This recipe is one of the easiest recipes for me (apart from my nans lemon cake - another fab chuck it all in and mix recipe!). Easy Butterfly Cakes Ingredients: Cakes: … Continue reading Easy Butterfly Cakes
This is by no means my favourite pie, that title is held by Jamie Oliver's Steak, Guinness and Cheddar Pie but this is still comforting, delicious and everything a steak and ale pie should be. My nan makes the most yummy steak pie and only uses steak, onion, water and seasoning and then tops it … Continue reading Steak and Ale Pie