Last week I was invited to the Crowne Plaza in Blackfriars to celebrate the new asparagus menu at Refettorio. Celebrate means eating and drinking copious amount of food and beverage, and that’s one hooray I like.
I had the pleasure of dining in South Kensington central with the editor of Arbuturian recently. This lead to another restaurant review, which was published in the online magazine last week. These were my thoughts on the petit Provencal.
“The lavender plants are so cute!” I squeaked with joy as I sat down at our table in the middle of Cassis’ chic interior. I looked around with big eyes and squeaked again when a waft of hay reached my nose. Just like being in Provence, I mused.
I came home one day to find my treasured tea strainer broken. It has definitely stood the test of time, as I think it celebrated its 9th birthday over Christmas. You legened tea strainer, you.
I got it for Christmas from my dear friend Klara, who always got me nifty gifts. This one I remember particularly as we had a spending limit of about 50:-, which comes to about £5. I don’t remember what junk I managed to get her. Probably a pen. Continue reading
How do you celebrate a food blog with your 100th post? Crack up the champagne? Bake bread? Make macaroons?
I have always been a fan of walking down memory lane. Getting nostalgic, reminiscing and remember the good times. So, here are some good food times I’ve had – a nice potpourri of gastronomy.
In the long wait to retrieve my camera’s USB cable (thank you very much Sony for making a special USB-cable that makes all other USB cables useless), I’ve decided to highlight a very intriguing looking event which is happening next week in Londontown.
Uh-uh, it’s that time when she gets patriotic again.