Originally published in my other blog Panasian Kitchen We heard about Billy and Chicks via social media and wanted to try it. We'd heard a lot of good things and as we love southern fried chicken we were very curious about how their chicken tasted. We also found a Timeout voucher online that pretty much … Continue reading Amazing Billy and His Tasty Chicks
There are a few things that make this life so much better. One of them is barbecue pork on sticks Pinoy style. I'm going to find out how to make barbecue Grill Queen style. Grill Queen is a small independent chain that sells barbecued meat - pork, chicken, seafood...you name it, they probably barbecue it. … Continue reading Stick food!
Alan will be making feijoada tonight so that is an absolute treat and completely comforting. But I find that because of the weather I am craving a lot of Asian food at the moment. I am particularly wishing we lived in London so that I can order Korean food from Deliveroo! I would love, at … Continue reading Craving Korean comfort food
I bought a bowl of plums from the Friday Market for £1 last week with the intention of consuming them purely for my 5-a-day. Usually the fruit that I get from that particular market stall is sweet and perfect (yes, really!) but surprisingly, these plums were very tart. I tried eating the fruit but it … Continue reading This cake happened today!
Over a week ago, I gave in to the urge to finally make chocolate crinkles. It's a popular cookie in the Philippines. It's rich, indulgent and fudgy. It's something that might just make you go mmmmm. I approached the idea of making crinkles with a little trepidation. I always worry that my memories of what … Continue reading Chocolate crinkles
We'd walked past Poppie's in Soho several times during our recent trips to London. The Soho branch is on Old Compton Street and Poppie's in Soho has taken over what used to be Bobby Chin's House of Ho. Whilst the signage is mostly black and white, the bunting strung across the signage makes it very … Continue reading The friendliest fish and chippy on the Soho block!
I comfort eat. Now I know psychologists and nutritionists and every healthcare professional reading this will be gasping and tutting and shaking their head right now. Comfort eating is a terrible coping mechanism and will have far reaching consequences. Ha! How highfalluting and technical-sounding is that sentence, eh? Mind you, I am very aware my … Continue reading The power of the crinkle