Roasted Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkins. A fruit (yes for realz) which has grown increasingly popular with every spiced latte, pie and cake that each season brings. But no matter what you do with them whether you carve, roast or puree – one thing’s for certain; soup is a timeless dish, and now that the sun sets around 4pm (gulp) and […]

Pina Coladapops

Pina Coladapops were the magical equation of a hot day and long forgotten cupboard ingredients. If you’ve been on the internet over the past few days I’m pretty sure you would have seen *somebody* mentioning how great the weather is, and whilst that may not seem newsworthy to most of the world, genuine perfect days […]

Chicken Noodle Soup

Every relationship has its secrets, and mine is no different. But my secret is not the deviant kind, but more of the I’m-quite-happy-leaving-S-to-think-that-I’m-some-sort-of-domestic-goddess-even-though-the-dish-I’m-about-to-show-you-takes-less-than-ten-minutes-to-make kind. So today I’m letting you in on my (now) not-so-secret dish.     Thai-inspired chicken noodle soup. This dish came to be whilst I was doing a food shop and realised that […]

Lamb Gyros

I’m terrible at food photography. I’d love to be one of these people that takes outstanding photos and can make something as simple as a cheese sandwich look insanely delectable, but bad lighting, minimal utensils and no desire to turn the kitchen into one worthy of a spread in ‘Country Living’ magazine until we buy […]

Welsh Cakes

  Welsh cakes are somewhat of a family tradition in my house. My great grandma made them for my nan, my nan made them for my mum, my mum makes them for me and one day I’m sure I’ll pass it down to my future bambinos. But for now I want to share it with […]

Bananutella Cake

Storing bananas is a struggle in Thailand. Put them in the fridge and they dry out quickly, but if you leave them on the side they’re brown by the next day. Faced with a bunch of sad over ripe bananas but wanting something a little naughtier than a smoothie, I decided to reincarnate them to something more […]

Tom Yum

Tom Yum is a staple dish in Thailand. A simple dish that focuses on fresh, high quality ingredients. Like many dishes, Tom Yum has changed over the years and grown to have many variations. One of the newest, and most popular, is Tom Yum with milk. Nobody is really sure how or when this tradition […]

Guilt Free Burgers

  Certain things in life are made for sharing. Compliments, cuddles, dad jokes… and this recipe. For you see not only is this recipe low in sugar, but with only 2.7 grams of fat and 136 calories (per patty), it practically begs you to eat it. To make 6 burger patties, you will need: 500g minced chicken […]

B-P-K Smoothie

  Smoothies are powerful. Not only are they minimal effort to make, but they are quick, healthy and filling. They are also the perfect way to get your five a day in one sitting, perfect for those who are always on the go. This smoothie provides three of your five a day and is high […]

Victoria Sponge

There are some times in life when you just need cake. Living in Bangkok without an oven has been a real life struggle. Sure there are dessert shops and food stands scattered all over the city, but it’s just not the same as eating warm cake, fresh out of the oven. After months of living cake free […]