Recipe // Dippy Eggs and Feta

Brunch is one of my favourite meals yet I very rarely take the time to prepare it. But as we enjoyed the Bank Holiday weekend I decided to take full advantage and make an old fave – dippy eggs. Dippy eggs is the ultimate sharing dish – throw in a handful of ingredients, expertly poach…

Review // The Cricketers, Ormskirk

Living in Ormskirk more often that not, food-wise, I’m spoilt for choice. With a variety of cute cafes in the town centre specialising in brunch, pubs dotted around the surrounding postal code areas that offer light bites and dinner options and those places in the middle. Which essentially is how I’d categorise The Cricketers. My…

Food // Starting the day with Special K Nourish

Breakfast is a major must for me. I’m an early bird through and through, opting to be at my desk at 8am each morning ready to go. Whilst weekends are a far more relaxed affair with a fry up or eggs on toast on offer, during the week I want something a little healthier. I…

Review // Mowgli, Bold Street, Liverpool

​Mogwli is one of those highly sought-after Bold Street restaurants that you hear so much about but really struggle to get a table at! With a strict ‘no reservations’ policy and an eclectic number of tables inside, I knew it was somewhere I just had to try. On a rainy mid-week evening a friend and…

Recipe // Chicken Peanut Butter Curry

The title of this blog post contains two of my favourite things – peanut butter and curry. To be quite honest with you, I’m surprised I hadn’t made this recipe before! I knew I was in the mood for something filling, hearty and full of flavour, but slightly healthier than a creamy curry. So after a…

Life // The Sunday Post

Dominoes on friday night. Theres nothing better than a carpet picnic complete with cider Gin fizz cocktails at Palm Sugar, Liverpool National Beer Day at work on Friday Amazing Indian style nachos at a work event at Liverpool airport no less The very same work event – PR is quite fun I suppose… Magzine reading…

Recipe // Lemon and Garlic Roast Potatoes

I’m sure you’ll agree, there’s something rather comforting about a mound of roasties. Whether it’s accompanying a satisfying pub roast lunch or a homemade meal for the family, you can’t go wrong with roast potatoes. However, I must confess something here before we continue…I like to mix my roasts up. Traditional roast dinners aren’t necessarily…