Tag Archive: lamb

Ferdiesfoodlab – a supperclub filled with fusion

I am starting to delve slowly into the world of supperclubs, and it’s an incredible network, filled with even more incredible food! Sites such as Grub Club and Edible Experiences are great at… Continue reading

Warming, spicy, slow-cooked lamb stew

Slow cookers are truly amazing. The boeuf bourguignon I made years ago still makes my mouth water at the very thought, and I also have very fond memories of my sweet and savoury lamb… Continue reading

DIY dinner party with Silver Bell

I love hosting dinner parties, and generally cooking and preparing food, whether it’s for myself or for friends. But I’ll admit, sometimes it can be a bit tiring. Thinking about what to make,… Continue reading

Hix Soho – good food, middling service

A few months ago, my flatmate and I bought a Time Out voucher for Hix Soho. It seemed like a steal at £25 for three courses and a cocktail, and we felt slightly… Continue reading

Roast lamb with couscous

To me, the Sunday roast is a quintessentially British tradition. But despite having lived in the UK for almost 7 years now, this was my first attempt. And why, might you ask, did I… Continue reading

Mandalay, a family-run Burmese delight

I love trying new cuisines, and London has so far introduced me to many, including Eritrean, Vietnamese, Korean and more. Burmese was yet another new discovery, and Mandalay was a wonderful place to have… Continue reading

The Doll’s House, St Andrews

St Andrews, a wee picturesque town on the East Fife Coast in Scotland, is my favourite place in the world. I was lucky enough to study there for 4 years, and it is… Continue reading

Slow-cooked sweet and savoury lamb tagine

I recently had the good fortune of being gifted a slow cooker, but I hadn’t used it yet, as I felt that it would be more useful to make warming stews in the… Continue reading

Restaurant review: Maroush

Location: Vere Street (near Bond Street) I love Lebanese food. When I first moved to London and discovered Yalla Yalla, I returned 3 times in quick succession. I also have fond memories of… Continue reading