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Pak Choi & Chicken Noodle Soup + a long overdue catch up

Hello, it's been a very long time. I would love to say that I've been travelling the world, become a yoga teacher and have written a book but in reality, I've been travelling to work, have done yoga twice, three... Continue Reading →

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Sweet Potato and Pineapple Curry

It's currently 30°C in Paris which is 86°F for any American's currently reading, so quite frankly, it's far too warm to be writing about a hot curry I cooked the other night, but I'm doing it for you, out of... Continue Reading →

Chilaquiles: Breakfast for dinner and a visit from the Mothership

Every time my mum comes to visit? we set ourselves up for a weekend of 'yes of course we should do *insert decadent activity*, we're together for a limited amount of time, in Paris, and it's your holiday'. This occasion... Continue Reading →

Ratatouille: One of life’s essential dishes

Ratatouille is one of my favourite meals of all time, and I'm fairly certain I do not stand alone when voicing this opinion. It's a meal that warms you from the inside out, it is staggeringly good for you, and... Continue Reading →

Roasted cauliflower with port and tomato sauce

Cauliflower is a very giving vegetable, it goes with so many dishes but very rarely do I give it time in the spotlight, cauliflower cheese is of course, a classic, but it's not a dish which I make very often... Continue Reading →

The Women’s March on Paris and Prune with Goat Cheese Tart

“If there ever comes a time when the women of the world come together purely and simply for the benefit of mankind, it will be a force such as the world has never known.” Matthew Arnold On Saturday 21st January,... Continue Reading →

Tomato and basil bruschetta: Dear Italy, please don’t hate me…

This is one of the easiest dishes you will ever make, you're welcome. Have you ever watched Julie and Julia? Meryl Streep,  portrays the great, adorable, determined American cook Julia Childs, and Amy Adams plays Julie Powell a former writer... Continue Reading →

Why meat and fish have faded out of my grocery shop

If you've been reading my blog for some time, you'll know that I love cooking with vegetables. They're endlessly versatile, they bring colour to every dish, they're ridiculously good for you and over time, they've outgrown meat and fish as... Continue Reading →

Onion Soup: A French Classic

When the weather gets colder and the leaves begin to turn, it's time for a bowl of French onion soup and this year, I decided to finally learn how to make it. If you ask anyone here in Paris, they... Continue Reading →

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