Hands up who LOATHES egg snot. For those who don’t know what I am talking about, egg snot is that uncooked egg white often not seen until the last-minute hiding on top of your fried eggs. Often seen sliming provocatively off your fork as your lift it to your mouth, egg snot makes me feel… Continue reading How to improve your fried eggs
Its not often I thank Martha Stewart for much, anything she does with Snoop Dogg (Snoop Lion? Did he change back? I refuse to keep up) makes me cackle and she does a blinding One Pot Pasta but other than that, she isn’t someone on my radar. However, as a fan of those… Continue reading Oven baked pancake, more space for more toppings!
If you haven’t picked up on the buzz surrounding Espensen Spirit in the last few months you have possibly had your head in a cave or you don’t drink. The flavoured and perfectly packaged gins and vodkas made by Sam Espensen and Phil Gillies hit the shelves just before Christmas and have been winging their… Continue reading Bristol Spirit – Open for business
I will start this review by being honest, I have never liked the food at The Flyer. I drink in there pretty often, I live literally across the road and it has a decent garden, enough seating and more recently, a decent selection of beers. The recent update of the interior has made it a… Continue reading The Flyer, Gloucester Road- Review
The plot is starting to turn in for the winter. All i have left growing are sweetcorn and leeks. The corn tastes great but pollination was a bit scatty so not the best crops. However the traumatised leeks have done ok despite starting with 50 seedlings and being left with 6. This is why i… Continue reading Hops, skip and a jump
Bit of an “off brand” update today but it was suggested the story of Boggy George must be told. After a lot of soul-searching and hand wringing i had my heart set on adopting a cat. I had a few reservations about it, I rent for a start, not the sort of thing you do… Continue reading Boggy George
I was sent a box of lemonade and tea based drinks who’s producers are trying to create social change. Starting as a small outfit in 2008 they have since grown and have raised over £560,000 for development projects in the communities of the organic, Fairtrade farmers that grow their ingredients. The aim is top help these… Continue reading Product review – Lemonaid and ChariTea