Reviews

We Love Budapest!

November 16, 2016
Autumn in Budapest

Autumn in Budapest

Who knew that Budapest had so much more to offer other than premium dental care? Spending a week in Budapest was probably one of the most random vacations I’ve had; I went with no plans and no expectations, which is a first. After arriving I began doing some research and it didn’t take long to figure out why some people described Budapest as the Paris of Eastern Europe. I truly believe there is something for everyone, especially foodies! (Just don’t let your sister book a dinner cruise on a bubble boat and you can’t go wrong). During the day there’s tourist sights to see, if that’s your thing, or you can vacation like me and eat, drink and eat again. I have compiled a list of some things I think you must do, if you are visiting Budapest and a few things I wish I had known before I went. Continue Reading…

Mains, Pastas, Quick Recipes, Recipes, Seafood

Quick Creamy Pasta

December 10, 2015

Quick Creamy PastaI’ve been absent for a little but you can blame my new venture, Three Little Birds, in Brixton for that. By day it’s a cafΓ© and boutique, by night it’s a kitchen and rum bar; all inspired by Jamaica, so come say hi soon. I literally live there, morning, noon and night but recently I was asked to share a quick recipe for an interview so I had to make the time to cook and take pictures.  Continue Reading…

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It’s A Pork Thing – Dalston Yard Street Feast Review

September 21, 2015

Street Feast: Dalston Yard

Before I get into the meat of the matter, it’s time for my disclaimer. Some of you may be able to relate to that moment when you are really looking forward to photographing something, you charge your battery early in the morning or maybe overnight, make sure the camera is packed and then you reach your destination, take out the big boy to capture the moment and you realised nothing is happening. At first you check to see if you have in fact turned it on properly and then you open the battery compartment only to find it empty. Your heart sinks, you must have left the fully charged battery on the coffee table at home, which is too far away to return to and your dreams of all the great pictures you were going to take slowly fade away. Well that was my exact experience on Saturday evening, and then a waft of something delicious swept my way, picked up my spirits and I took out my Samsung S6 determined not to miss out on the opportunity to document deliciousness at Street Feast: Dalston Yard. Continue Reading…