Before I started working from home full time (or at Yelp Glasgow HQ as I like to call my office) I imagined that it would be a feast of slow cooked meals on the stove and lots of homemade snacks to keep me going through the day.
There's a lot of things to love about Papercup – the friendly staff, the delicious coffee (even for me, a novice drinker) and the cool decor – but one of their biggest drawcards is their baked eggs. As I'm a southsider I have made up my own version for lazy weekends when I can't manage to get over to the West End. This recipe should be enough for two people (or one really hungry person).
I was asked to come up with a healthy recipe for the #HealthyTreats challenge by Rennie – I was a little daunted, I won't lie. At the moment my eating habits swing between days of fresh, vibrant salads with loads of green tea ... then a late night trip through the Maccas drive through on a way … Continue reading Poached salmon with grated shiraae salad
There's something so warm and comforting about donburi that whenever I'm feeling sick or tired, I always crave a large bowl or two. If you're not sure what donburi is, it is a Japanese rice dish served in different varieties – my favourite being oyakodon which literally means "parent and child bowl" aka chicken and egg. Kind of funny when … Continue reading Donburi
I was delighted to be asked by Fraser Wilson to contribute to his book. I met Fraser last year at a food blogging event at Butchershop Bar & Grill and not long after he emailed me to ask me to add a recipe to The Foodies Guide to Glasgow and the West. Cue total panic. While I … Continue reading The Foodies Guide to Glasgow and the West
One of my resolutions for the year was to really get back into home cooking – it's a little all over the shop, if I'll be honest! I started to compile a list of tips & tricks (aka kitchen lifehacks!) of things that help me out when cooking and I wanted to share them here. … Continue reading Kitchen Tips & Tricks
I was recently asked to contribute to a guest post on the Puma Hotels website and the post has just gone live! Check it out on their blog as well as some great information about eating seasonally. Here's my contribution to the post. Eating seasonally used to come naturally when I lived in Melbourne, but there … Continue reading Eating Seasonally