I’ve been a bit of a busy bee this week. I’ve been on a few interviews for jobs, rediscovering my love for photography (outside of taking photos of food I’m cooking), and trying to deal with a weird injury that I’m pretty sure that I did in my sleep while trying to use things outContinue reading “My preparedness is finally my downfall: Hot Chocolate (Version 2)”
In one of my previous posts, I’ve mentioned that there might be a few types of beans in my kitchen. I use a LOT of them, particularly pinto beans, haricot beans, and soya beans. The ones that I’m using today is soya beans, because I’m going to make some Vanilla Soya Milk.
I love pasta and pizza. Screw low-carb diets. I love pasta and pizza and I refuse to completely give them up. They’re some of my favourite vehicles for various sauces, and one of the things I like to think I do well is a good, multi-purpose tomato sauce. There’s just one small problem. Usually IContinue reading “You can eat this with almost anything: Multi-Purpose Tomato Sauce”
I’m not going to lie, writing something up for this week was a real struggle.
Guernsey is coming out of Lockdown Two soon.
Before Thursday last week, this Guernsey born-and-raised girl had never had Bean Jar. I’m not sure how the hell that happened.
Hot chocolate is one of those amazing drinks which makes you feel warm all over.
I first changed to a slightly more plant-based diet when I was the grand old age of ten years old. Do you know what this means? I’ve spent the last 19 years hearing the same few vegetarianism jokes from a lot of different people who all think they are the wittiest person in the worldContinue reading “A bit of a rant, but I swear there’s a recipe in here somewhere: Vegetarian Cottage Pie”
You can put pretty much any savoury ingredients into a flour tortilla with a dressing, and it’s going to taste good.
One of the first recipes that has stuck in my head since I first learned it was a basic vanilla cake recipe.