Posts Tagged: in the kitchen

In the Kitchen: Autumnal Overnight Oats

  When it comes to weekday breakfasts I tend to eat at work rather than at home. I’m either out of the house by 6:15 to get my swim in or I’m spending as long as possible in bed before leaving at 7:30. With both options sitting down to eat breakfast is not on the… Read more »

In the Kitchen: Making a Pinata Cake

Let’s talk about cake! I’m a big fan of cake. Firstly because it’s delicious and secondly because there are so many cake variations out there. There’s marble cake, chocolate cake, battenberg, banana bread, cupcakes, lemon drizzle cake and so much more. All of which I could eat right now! Oh to live next to a… Read more »

In the Kitchen: Shakshuka

  It’s no secret that I’m a big brunch fan. Whether it’s a plate of homemade eggs or a stack of pancakes from one of London’s finest establishments I’m always here for a brunch extravaganza. And while trying a new brunch place is awesome, sometimes making brunch at home is just as good. Not least… Read more »

In the Kitchen: Homemade Bread

The smell of fresh bread is one of my favourite smells in the whole world, I’m sure I’m not the only person to say that. I can’t walk past a bakery without looking longingly at the bread display and trying to convince myself that I need that loaf or baguette. It really is one of… Read more »

In the Kitchen: Homemade Baked Beans Recipe

Today I’m sharing one of my favourite recipes of the moment; my homemade baked beans recipe. Baked beans are delicious year round, but particularly as we wave goodbye to summer and enter the darker months of autumn, when comfort food is essential. What else screams ‘comfort food’ more than baked beans? They’re ideal with sausage… Read more »

In the Kitchen: Meat Free Meals

There’s something about the summer months that has me leaning towards salads and cold meals, or meals without much meat content. There’s no real logic behind it, other than that generally meat free meals tend to be speedier to make, which is integral when the sun is shining and I’ve been destroyed by the evening… Read more »

In the Kitchen: Turkey Mole

We’ve had a slow cooker for quite a while now, but we usually only use it for a chilli or a chicken pilaf. So with some quieter weekends recently it’s been ideal for trying some new recipes. And I can report that the first of those recipes, a turkey mole, was a huge success. Having never had… Read more »

In the Kitchen: Five Quick Week Night Meals

As much as I love cooking, I have to admit that the last thing I want to do after work is attempt a new, long or complicated recipe. Instead I want something quick and easy but also delicious. Admittedly sometimes I’ll just have beans on toast or a baked potato but most of the time I… Read more »