Fresh pasta is a wonderful thing to make, but I find that people often get scared that it will be too difficult. Don’t worry. It’s very easy. If you are using a food processor, the hardest bit is already done for you, but I like to make it by hand as it gives me more […]
Spiced Honey Colour
We discovered Tierra & Mar last summer and we’ve been keen to get back there ever since. The restaurant is owned by Head Chef, Brett and his wife, Sylvia. Sylvia runs the front of house. Today, we are really pleased to be meeting our friends, Jem & Sassy for lunch. The food and service were […]
MacNair’s Lum Reek Peated 21 Year Old blended malt whisky review: A deliciously well-aged blend, just enough peat smoke to make me think of older style single malts and also robust but subtle or rather soft sherry influences too – well integrated and comfortable. I suspect this blend has been constructed to reminisce some older Speyside examples when peat smoke and sherry maturation were the norm. Works beautifully. 89/100
We all have our own relationship with pasta. Whether its a classic long-legged spaghetti or the sexy elbow macaroni, there’s no denying that pasta is a universally-loved dish and it comes in endless pasta-bilities. Customers on budget can savour fresh handmade pasta or stretch their food dollars for more enjoyment at Pasta Supremo, a new […]
Monday 11th & Tuesday 12th February We began this week with a lecture from Sian introducing the new digital matters brief. Immediately I was excited due to it being interiors based project and I have a strong interest in interiors and home decoration. We were introduced to the module outcomes such as a coordinating pattern […]
The most exclusive cabin in the Singapore Airlines fleet features only four seats. Here’s our experience of spending 18 hours in two of them.
Decorate with the spiced honey colour. Discover all the possible combinations with the shades of honey. Spiced Honey is a neutral shade halfway between a velvety honey colour and a warm caramel colour, which brings with it energy and optimism; it can be inserted in any room of the house, from the living room to […]
When I was asked by Martin’s to pull together a recipe to feature a new apple, the Crimson Crisp, I knew immediately which one I’d use. I had made this easy, yet eye-catching recipe for a potluck after our church’s Thanksgiving hike, using pears instead of apples. I knew the Crimson Crisp would be stunning with […]
With Pantone and Dulux announcing ‘Living Coral’ and ‘Spiced Honey’ as colours of the year respectively, 2019 is most definitely marked by a prominent shift towards the cozier colour palettes!
Yes, the world really DOES need another granola recipe, and this one is good. Like, really good. Big-batch (yay!) – yielding a hefty four pounds of irresistibly crisp, nutty, slightly sweet, and perfectly spiced granola to help you crush your breakfast goals for the foreseeable future.
The flurry of Twitter activity which greeted the announcement of an interview with Nick Quantrill prompted the first questions. Where have all these crime writers come from? And what might be the collective noun? We agreed “a murder” would be the most apt but, somewhat less obviously, crows have already cornered that. I suggested a […]
Elspeth’s Herbal, Part Five PEPPER HISTORY Peppercorns are the seed berries of the Piper nigrum. Pepper is a perennial plant is a woody spreading perennial vine. Its fruit is called a drupe and when dried it is a peppercorn. Pepper originated in India over 4,000 years ago. It is the most popular spice in the […]
Are you (like us) in a bit of a Saturday lunch rut churning out the standard sad looking lacklustre sandwich? And in my world, serving lunch must be served at the greatest of speed in order that the kids (who have ravenous from all their different activities) don’t end up filling themselves on foods with […]
Enchanting Winter City Break To Ukraine’s Cultural Capital – Lviv By Robbie Mackay The western Ukrainian Gem of a city, Lviv, located 45 miles from the countries border with Poland is said be THE “in” place to enjoy a winter break. Kyrenia Post were sent on a field trip last month (It’s a hard job […]
Everyone loves cereal, and if anybody states that they don’t, they’re lying. I used to buy cereal regularly, of course opting for something sweet and unhealthy looking. The healthier concoctions didn’t appeal to me for several reasons, including the steep price tag and the lack of sweetness or general flavour. After a while, I stopped […]