What do you do when you are not blogging?
I love history (mostly Ancient History and Medieval European history) so I’m usually being an uber history nerd at some museum or historical site somewhere or reading one of the mountain of history books that I own! I also love travelling and researching new places to visit, almost always places where I have heard good things about the local cuisine…
My mums Christmas roast.
Seafood. All of it.
Can I post about or link to your work on my site?
Feel free to take one photo with a link back to my original post. If you are interested in using additional photos or the full recipe, please use my contact form to enquire about terms and rates.
Ingredients always in your kitchen…
Coriander, Tomatoes, Prawns, Chocolate, Ginger
Do you accept sponsorship for posts on your blog?
Yes, as long as the brand or product is in keeping with my style of cooking.
Favourite places to visit in the UK?
In London, the British Museum is always on my list – it’s such a fantastic place to go and immerse yourself in the past and big enough that it never feels too busy.
Bath! It is my hometown, so I am a bit biased – but it is only when I returned home from University that I realised just how much there is going on in Bath, always lots to see and do and I don’t think many cities are as beautiful as Bath on a blue sky day.
Most used cookbooks?
River Cottage Veg Everyday! By Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
Arabesque By Claudia Roden
Jerusalem By Yottam Ottolenghi and Sami Taimi.
Ultimate Curry Bible By Madhur Jaffrey