A few weeks back, I was invited to #CookWithHari — an indian food cook-along hosted by Hari Ghotra.
I don’t talk about it much on the blog, but I really enjoy cooking. Although the convenience of takeaways and pre-made meals is appealing after a long day at work, Rich and I always make the effort to cook our meals from scratch. This is what I loved about Hari’s event — we learnt to make authentic, homemade Indian food, using natural, fresh ingredients packed full of flavour. Continue reading
And just like that, the warm weather has bid us farewell for another year — but it’s always fun to reminisce, isn’t it? Continue reading
It’s been a lovely, lazy weekend, filled with food, fresh air and friends, but before we get into that…
I got a new rucksack! I’d been searching for a leather satchel-style rucksack for some time now, and I finally found the perfect one – and guess what? It’s second hand (surprise surprise). I came across this dark brown leather beauty in a Cancer Research shop, and practically skipped to the till and all the way home. It’s originally from M&S and was in such great condition. I plan on wearing it until it falls apart.