The Pancake Epidemic

There are not many things that I will get up super early on a Sunday morning for. In fact, I can probably count on one hand – maybe edging to the second at a push – the number of things…

How to make mince pies in (South) Korea

Baking is somewhat of an expensive hobby to keep up with. If it’s not the cost of ingredients making you wince at the checkout (seriously Korea, how much are you charging for butter/derivatives/substitutes), then it’s the time that it takes…

Bad Farmers

Got a craving for salad? Not exactly the usual foodie question you get asked, but in Seoul, recently, there have been a couple of really good restaurants popping up that focus on all things plant based. We’re talking salads, raw cooking,…

Caron Heim Macarons

Macarons are having a bit of  a moment in Korea right now. They’ve always had the underlying popularity that comes with the slight decadence and French Patissiere extravagance, but recently the number of bakeries that make them (and make them…

Hexagon (헥사곤) – Garosugil Sinsadong

I’m resurrecting ‘the food series‘ after what has seemed like an absolute age. One of my favourite things to do in South Korea is explore all the restaurants, cafes, and general eateries that I’ve been eyeing up over on instagram…

Afternoon Tea at the Hotel Amba

It’s been a while since I’ve been for afternoon tea anywhere. My Sanderson afternoon tea experience was nice, but I’m generally of the belief that the whole thing is never really worth the money. And these experiences are generally pricey.  But…

Lunch at Caffe L’eto

There’s a place in London that does good matcha. I repeat; there is a place in London that does good matcha.  That’s basically my life goal, find restaurants that don’t massacre one of my favourite ingredients.  I was introduced to this…

(Blogger) Brunch at The Hive Wellbeing London

I missed the first blogger Brunch that Laila (Tapeparade) hosted, so I was absolutely adamant that I would be at the next, dissertation be damned. Thankfully, she was kind enough to make it (or dates coincided) after term had ended, so…

Sheffield: Bungalows and Bears

As graduation, and thus the end of my life in Sheffield draws ever closer, I’m finding that staying and eating in is making me more frustrated than usual. I guess it’s the feeling of time running out, away from me…


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