So, January – we need to talk. I know you can’t help it, but you’re quite cold and nobody seems to know how to approach you. We feel like you want us to do a post-christmas detox and a get into a new fitness regime? But then sometimes we just want some comfort, self-love, and…maybe … Continue reading Mate Tea with Lemongrass, Liquorice Root and Goji Berries
It’s about this time last year that an Italian friend and then-colleague returned from his Christmas holiday. He had been visiting family in Sicily and brought me back a little jar of pesto. It was green and had all the hallmarks of a regular basil pesto, but it was in fact made from pistachios. I … Continue reading Pistachio Pesto
First of all, HAPPY NEW YEAR! I had been intending to post this before it became 2019, but hey ho you'll forgive me. I've been passionate about food for a long time, but since starting my blog a few years ago I feel I've been learning so much. Over the past year I've been able … Continue reading New Foodie Discoveries in 2018
It's that time of year again when I like to share some of the best food experiences I've been lucky enough to have over the past year. 2018 has been incredible and I'm so grateful that I've been able to travel to some fantastic places like Durban, Bruges, The Hague, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia. Some … Continue reading Top Foodie Experiences of 2018
I just want to say thank you to everyone who has been reading and following A Year In Dinners. I have so much fun cooking, exploring and writing posts, so I'm always really touched when people read and comment. Food is such a wonderful thing that can bring people together and for that I'm truly … Continue reading Merry Christmas 2018!
How do you describe Bangkok? Like a city on steroids? Like cities in futuristic (distopian..?) sci-fi movies with traffic on multiple planes, lights flickering as the heat rises up from the queuing cars and weaving motorbikes? A clear divide between those who have and those who don’t, epitomised in the Michelin starred chic vs $2 … Continue reading Bangkok: Exploring the Old City
The city of Angkor, home of the impressive Angkor Wat, was the capital of the Khmer Empire until it was abandoned in the 15th century. According to Wikipedia, it is believed to have supported at least 0.1% of the global population between 1010-1220! Now it’s just the temples that remain in various states of repair … Continue reading Siem Reap: Ancient Angkor City and Angkor Wat