My top 5 Scottish foods to try when in Scotland

As some of you may know from following me on social media, I’ve been road-tripping around the UK, from London all the way to North of Scotland and back (and just recently spent a week in Marrakech, Morocco but that’s a post for another day). I actually did my month+ UK road trip on a whim. Having seen so much… Read More »

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My Top 10 foods to eat in Buenos Aires

  I can’t believe it’s been over half a decade since I was living in Buenos Aires, and yet experiencing the many different flavours and textures of Argentinian food left a lasting impression on me. It was then that i tasted some of the most “umami” food in my life! (Umami is one of our five basic tastes along with sweet, sour, bitter and… Read More »

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9 Places to eat in Windsor with view of Windsor Castle

Visiting Windsor? Or Windsor Castle? And you want to wine and dine with a view of the enchanting castle?  Here I have listed a few places where you can eat or have a drink with the view of Windsor Castle.   1. The Tower Bar & Brasserie Located directly in front of the walls of Windsor Castle, and directly on Windsor’s… Read More »

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Review: Megan’s Wine Cellar on King’s Road, Chelsea, London

    So from walking from Albert Bridge, we had finally arrived at King’s Road. When walking down King’s Road, for some reason this (what I thought at the time was only just a) little cafe had caught my eye. I think it was the lady in green sitting at a turquoisey coloured table found outside the place. I was… Read More »

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Where to buy Aji Amarillo in London

Above Photo Credit: Trade Winds Fruit   Want to know where you can buy Aji Amarillo in London? so you can cook mouth-watering Peruvian food that you learnt to cook whilst in Peru? or if you’re a Peruvian expat in London and you want a little taste of home? Well keep reading!   After having such a Peruvian-food focused time… Read More »

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Chocolate Sushi – A ‘must-try’ when in Peru

When I attended the Mistura Food Festival this year, I came across chocolate in it’s most unusual form – Sushi. I remember thinking (well that looks interesting, but it must taste like ….) I had planned to try some towards the end of Mistura Food Festival, but of course they ran out by the time I came back. Luckily I… Read More »

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