It’s been a long time coming, but I have finally got around to showing you the remainder of the magnificent treats we had in Paris… from a street vendor making fresh crêpes to the infamous macarons from Pierre Hermé! One of the first places we visited was Eric Kayser’s bakery, or ‘Artisan Boulanger’ as he … More Oh la la… treats in Paris
Something incredible happened a few weeks ago. I’ve been talking about hosting a tea party for such a long time but never got around to actually making it happen. But when I put my mind to it – it did happen and it was amazing! I’m very fortunate to be living with an incredible professional … More Tea and Cake Party
I first saw this on Pinterest and thought ‘I MUST MAKE THIS!’ and that’s exactly what I did. It’s super easy and you can make so many different variations. On this particular occasion I made a cheesy mushroom & spring onion pull apart bread. All you need is: 1 Sourdough or French Boule loaf/bread 1 … More Cheesy Pull Apart Bread
It’s about time that I officially introduced you to my Dippity Dip Nights! It’s become the event that my friends and I look forward to, no-matter how irregularly we have it. And I’ve found that when I tell other people about it, I see immense jealousy and envy in their eyes. It made me think… … More Dippity Dip Nights!
I’ve been wanting to go for brunch for a while now but just haven’t got around to it. But one thing I do know is that London has some incredible places that cater for that exact craving of mine. So one weekend a few weeks ago I recruited a friend to go with me and … More Brunch at Kopapa
Last weekend I had the pleasure of taking part in a Valentines themed cupcake decorating class at Primrose Bakery, in Covent Garden. I remember as I walked in thinking how much I liked the pairing of pastel and bright colours in the shop, as this really brought a friendly and welcoming atmosphere to the place. We … More Primrose Bakery Cupcake Decorating Masterclass
I had the pleasure of joining some of my Chinese friends in celebrating the Chinese New Year at a restaurant close to Baker Street called Phoenix Palace. Our table was booked for 8.30pm but they had lion dancers booked to do a show there at 7.30pm and we were welcome to come and watch before … More Chinese New Year Dinner
I wanted to share pictures from my time today at the vintage afternoon tea at Bake-A-Boo Bakery in West Hampstead, London. The bakery is well-known for catering for people with dietary needs, for example, with gluten and/or dairy free cakes. The story behind how I got here is adorable, so I just had to share it … More Bake-A-Boo Afternoon Tea
For my best friend’s birthday last year I bought her a voucher on Groupon for a sushi making class for two people. This is because we’d both travelled to Japan in 2010 which is when I fell in love with everything Japanese. So this birthday had a Japanese theme to reminisce about those good times. … More Sushi Making Class
I saw this recipe on Iced Jems blog a while ago and remember thinking I MUST give it a go. Then when I was at the supermarket I saw that Snickers were on a promotional offer – it was a sign! I quickly looked up the recipe on my phone and bought the remaining ingredients I … More Mini Snickers Cheesecake Goodness!