My India trip began when my dad and grandma asked if I wanted to go out there with them for the scattering of my granddads ashes. My dad had not been back to India since 1972 and neither me or my siblings had ever visited the country. This didn't take much thinking and me, my sister and her husband jumped at the opportunity. As this was our first trip to India, we wanted to see as much as possible and visit all the major cities. Our planned schedule - Anand (Gujarat), Jaipur, Agra, Delhi and Mumbai. With only 12 days to fit this all in, we would could only spend 2-3 days in each city.Read More
What is the Make Shoot Project you ask? With it now being a quarter way through the year, I was eager to get a new challenge on the way. Obviously this had to involve food and my love for cooking.
The Make Shoot Project involves cooking or making something that I have never made before and photographing it. The key is to present it in a way so it looks mouth-wateringly delicious!Read More
Last weekend, London hosted the Taste of Winter food festival at the Tobacco Dock in Wapping. The 4 day event featured a number of Londons top restaurants and well known chefs, a must for any foodie. Alongside side the restaurants that served up their signature dishes, there were also masterclasses and demonstrations to pick up cooking tips and techniques.Read More
After watching this years Great British Bake Off, I decided I wanted to have a bake off for my birthday this year with a small group of friends and family. The theme....cupcakes!Read More