tangzhong milk rolls

This weekend, I took a stab at baking something a little different – sweet & fluffy tangzhong milk rolls! If you are nervous about and/or new to baking, this is a good recipe to start off with as its very forgiving. By forgiving, I mean that it measurement’s don’t have to be exact to theContinue reading “tangzhong milk rolls”

the saturday white bread

My first ever loaf, ‘the saturday white bread’ was created using Ken Forkish’s recipe from ‘Flour, water, salt, yeast’. Before diving into bread making, I did a ton of research, to make sure my kitchen was equipped. Seeing words like ‘levain’, and ‘starter’ (which I now know are staples for making anything sourdough) were completelyContinue reading “the saturday white bread”

Morning Wood, San Bruno

‘Hawaiian & Japanese inspired breakfast & brunch’ The quirkily named ‘Morning Wood’ is the latest craze in the El Camino Real, San Bruno area with fantastic reviews, and a long line to get in! We were a party of 5, and when the first person arrived at 8.45, there were already 25 people in line.Continue reading “Morning Wood, San Bruno”

The Restaurant at Sanderson London

‘The Restaurant at Sanderson blends visionary design with an exceptional menu and artisanal cocktails curated by our talented team of mixologists.’   Located within Sanderson Hotel in Berners street, The Restaurant at Sanderson is the perfect spot for amazing food, great ambience & fantastic service. I’d absolutely recommend sitting outside if weather permits, its gorgeousContinue reading “The Restaurant at Sanderson London”

Betty Lou’s Seafood & Grill, SF

‘Located on the corner of Columbus and Grant in San Francisco’s historic North Beach neighborhood, Betty Lou’s Seafood & Grill is a casual family establishment with a friendly vibe and some of the best Seafood & Grill in the City!’ With a 4.5/5 rating on TripAdvisor & my love for seafood, I had very high expectations forContinue reading “Betty Lou’s Seafood & Grill, SF”

Suya Sundays!

“#SuyaSundays by Suya Spot” For those of who who aren’t familiar, Suya is meat (sometimes skewered) that is covered in a spicy *peanut mix then grilled/roasted. It’s a very popular street food in West Africa, especially Nigeria. Beef, chicken, or even goat meat can be used to make Suya, & if you don’t eat meat,Continue reading “Suya Sundays!”

Review; Lush Toothy Tabs !

‘Nibble one tab to form a toothpaste and then use a wet toothbrush to clean as normal’ This was very much an impulse buy for me. I went into Lush to get a bath bomb (as you do) then saw these on the shelf and couldn’t help but wonder how they worked! A lovely staffContinue reading “Review; Lush Toothy Tabs !”

Dishoom, Kings Cross

Absolutely delicious breakfast at Dishoom Kings Cross! We ordered various items from the menu; the Kejriwal, which is eggs on chilli cheese toast, the masala beans & the bacon & egg naan. The bacon & egg naan was the winner in my eyes. Freshly baked naan with smoked bacon & a fried egg perfectly complementedContinue reading “Dishoom, Kings Cross”