Drink | Why Bourbon is the Perfect Festive Drink

Everyone loves the winter season. Snuggling up on the couch watching a Christmas film, exploring winter markets and baking Christmas cookies. There’s so many things that you can do to feel festive. When it comes to indulging in an alcoholic drink – for those that are over the legal drinking age, a festive tipple is a delightful way to warm you up and celebrate the … Continue reading Drink | Why Bourbon is the Perfect Festive Drink

Drink – The Wine Etiquette Guide

The event of choosing the wine to go with your dish in a restaurant can be confusing and embarrassing for the average person, with restaurants having such extensive wine lists sometimes it is hard to know where to start, is it ever a good idea to just choose what you can afford? Or is wine something you need to splurge on to enjoy its full … Continue reading Drink – The Wine Etiquette Guide

Collab | 5 Benefits of Brewing Your Own Alcoholic Beverages

There are a whole bunch of different hobbies that you could get involved in, from crocheting to stamp collecting, and from rock climbing to mountain biking and parkour. One hobby for those with a more food-oriented perspective, however, could be to start brewing your own alcohol. Brewing is a truly ancient tradition, and it stretches back far into the misty days of prehistory. People have … Continue reading Collab | 5 Benefits of Brewing Your Own Alcoholic Beverages

Recipe |Chilli Prawn Tagliatelle

Ingredients For the Pasta: This recipe is for 4 people, but the rule I follow is 1 egg, 100g flour per person. 4 eggs 400g Plain Flour Generous pinch of salt Additional: 3 Courgette, grated 4 chillies, deseeded, thinly sliced 6 garlic cloves, thinly sliced Extra virgin olive oil Method Heap the flour on a clean work surface, making a well in the centre. Crack … Continue reading Recipe |Chilli Prawn Tagliatelle

Recipe | Red Velvet Cake

Based on a classic recipe, this red velvet cake with cream cheese icing is super duper delicious. I realise you might be planning that summer holiday, and the summer bod to go with – but life is too short to not treat yourself with a tasty treat… So go on! Bake!  For The Cake 120g Butter  300g Sugar 2 Eggs 50g Cocoa powder 1 tsp Red food colouring 1 … Continue reading Recipe | Red Velvet Cake

Review | Byron Burger – Aberdeen, Scotland

❤ Sponsored Post – Byron Burger invited me to their Aberdeen Restaurant. However, this does not mean you will read a biased review.   Where do I start with Byron Aberdeen? As I’ve just said in my disclaimer, I was lucky enough to be invited down to Byron Aberdeen, Scotland to try their #CalvinHaggis burger, as part of their Burns Night specials (this is only … Continue reading Review | Byron Burger – Aberdeen, Scotland

Recipe | Hearty, Healthy Soup To Kick That Cold Into Touch!

It’s officially winter, and that means that colds and flu are doing the rounds. So we reach to our comfort foods to make us feel better, and some of us go for the hearty sumptuous meals, and some even reach for the sugar! This isn’t a good idea when you’re suffering from a virus, as sugar can impact your immune system. The best way forward … Continue reading Recipe | Hearty, Healthy Soup To Kick That Cold Into Touch!

Collab | A Southern US Breakfast Treat That’s Healthy To Eat?!

Sometimes only the joys of an American breakfast of chicken and waffles will do. Unfortunately, the problem for many folks with this sort of meal isn’t always the healthiest choice. Unless you follow the guidance below that is, so if you are in serious need of an American breakfast fix but don’t want to blow your calories for the entire day on one meal, keep … Continue reading Collab | A Southern US Breakfast Treat That’s Healthy To Eat?!