Category Archives: Eggs

Recipe: Oatmeal-Applesauce Pancakes

Start your day with a delicious health kick. All of the indulgence with none of the guilt. Transform your morning bowl of porridge into this tempting stack of pancakes-all you need to do is whizz up your oats in the

Recipe: Oatmeal-Applesauce Pancakes

Start your day with a delicious health kick. All of the indulgence with none of the guilt. Transform your morning bowl of porridge into this tempting stack of pancakes-all you need to do is whizz up your oats in the

Café Review: The Retreat, Grassington

A few weeks ago, my mum and I went to visit my aunt and uncle in the rolling countryside of the Yorkshire Dales. They are great lovers of rambling, but, while I appreciate the fresh air and beautiful views, I

Café Review: The Retreat, Grassington

A few weeks ago, my mum and I went to visit my aunt and uncle in the rolling countryside of the Yorkshire Dales. They are great lovers of rambling, but, while I appreciate the fresh air and beautiful views, I

Recipe: Lemon and Cinnamon Brioche French Toast with Butterscotch Sauce

This recipe is extremely addictive; soft, buttery brioche, citrusy lemon, warming cinnamon, creamy ice cream and sticky, sweet butterscotch sauce. The whole ensemble may not be strictly french, but why not embrace fusion. To turn this into a slightly more

Recipe: Lemon and Cinnamon Brioche French Toast with Butterscotch Sauce

This recipe is extremely addictive; soft, buttery brioche, citrusy lemon, warming cinnamon, creamy ice cream and sticky, sweet butterscotch sauce. The whole ensemble may not be strictly french, but why not embrace fusion. To turn this into a slightly more

A History of Quiche

The word ‘quiche’ actually comes from the Lorraine-Franconian (a German dialect spoken in the region of Lorraine in France) word ‘küeche’, meaning ‘cake’. Although now considered to be a founding dish of French cuisine, the quiche originated in Germany and

A History of Quiche

The word ‘quiche’ actually comes from the Lorraine-Franconian (a German dialect spoken in the region of Lorraine in France) word ‘küeche’, meaning ‘cake’. Although now considered to be a founding dish of French cuisine, the quiche originated in Germany and

Nibbles at Le Marché de Saint-Clément, Montpellier

My favourite thing about life in France is their traditional food markets. Unlike in the UK where outdoor food markets have all but disappeared (bar the odd farmer’s market where prices are rather high), France still has a tradition of

Nibbles at Le Marché de Saint-Clément, Montpellier

My favourite thing about life in France is their traditional food markets. Unlike in the UK where outdoor food markets have all but disappeared (bar the odd farmer’s market where prices are rather high), France still has a tradition of

Recipe: Croque Madame

A sandwich that proves that women do things better :-). The croque madame has one up on the monsieur, adding an egg into the mix which oozes oven the golden, cheese bread for extra richness and yumminess. Ingredients: For the béchamel: 10g

Recipe: Croque Madame

A sandwich that proves that women do things better :-). The croque madame has one up on the monsieur, adding an egg into the mix which oozes oven the golden, cheese bread for extra richness and yumminess. Ingredients: For the béchamel: 10g

The UK’s First Jian Bing by Mei Mei’s Street Cart

Half-Chinese, half-American London girl, Melissa, has never tasted a true jian bing before, nor even set foot in China. Yet incredibly, with the help of her elder sister and some handy how-to videos, she has authentically recreated this popular Beijing

The UK’s First Jian Bing by Mei Mei’s Street Cart

Half-Chinese, half-American London girl, Melissa, has never tasted a true jian bing before, nor even set foot in China. Yet incredibly, with the help of her elder sister and some handy how-to videos, she has authentically recreated this popular Beijing

Restaurant Reviews: Nyonya Dining at Sri Nyonya & Baba Low’s 486, KL

When the Chinese landed on Malaysia’s shores, they brought with them a pantry of spices, a cache of recipes and a deep knowledge of the culinary arts. The Chinese immigrants settled predominantly in Melacca, an important port at the time

Restaurant Reviews: Nyonya Dining at Sri Nyonya & Baba Low’s 486, KL

When the Chinese landed on Malaysia’s shores, they brought with them a pantry of spices, a cache of recipes and a deep knowledge of the culinary arts. The Chinese immigrants settled predominantly in Melacca, an important port at the time

Restaurant Review: Dancing Fish, KL

Dancing Fish in Bangsar Shopping Centre offers traditional Indo-Malay cuisine in a modern and refined setting. I dined here on a whim; I was actually heading to a different restaurant when I spotted its jungle-inspired walls and vibrant atmosphere, that

Restaurant Review: Dancing Fish, KL

Dancing Fish in Bangsar Shopping Centre offers traditional Indo-Malay cuisine in a modern and refined setting. I dined here on a whim; I was actually heading to a different restaurant when I spotted its jungle-inspired walls and vibrant atmosphere, that

Recipe: Kaya Toast and Half-Boiled Eggs

Kaya toast is a well-known snack and breakfast staple in Malaysia and Singapore, credited to the Hainanese who settled here in the 19th century, developing sizeable communities in Penang and Johor where they founded many coffee houses. Two slices of

Recipe: Kaya Toast and Half-Boiled Eggs

Kaya toast is a well-known snack and breakfast staple in Malaysia and Singapore, credited to the Hainanese who settled here in the 19th century, developing sizeable communities in Penang and Johor where they founded many coffee houses. Two slices of