Over the last few months I have been trying something new – Meat Free Monday. Meat Free Monday is a campaign launched by Sir Paul McCartney and daughters Mary and Stella. The idea is to have a day each week where you do not consume meat with the primary purpose of reducing your carbon footprint.… Continue reading Meat Free Monday
To find out why a food blog is taking over my science blog for one week click here! This Chicken Katsu Curry has quickly become my go to dish if I’m cooking for someone else. It looks and tastes as if it takes a lot of effort when it is actually deceptively easy. I’ve had… Continue reading Chicken Katsu Curry
To find out why a food blog is taking over my science blog for one week click here! For the last few years, I have had a go to chicken satay recipe which was essentially peanut butter and coconut milk. For me it was great but for others, it was too peanutty. So I decided… Continue reading Chicken satay salad
To find out why a food blog is taking over my science blog for one week click here! I am not normally a huge pancake person but these are amazing! Literally the best pancakes I’ve ever had, so light and fluffy. Today I had them with bacon and maple syrup but yesterday I had them… Continue reading American Style Pancakes
I have decided to do something slightly different with this blog over the next week. Normally, I am not the chef in my household and haven’t cooked daily since I left university. But for the next week, I will be in charge of cooking and preparing every meal I eat. I enjoy cooking and like… Continue reading Food blogging for a week
OK… I admit it… I am a Netflix addict. And I am not alone. You’ve probably faced the same situation as me when, after watching one too many episodes of your current addiction, Netflix politely asks you if you are still watching. The answer is clearly yes! By releasing a series all in one go, Netflix… Continue reading Explaining your Netflix addiction!
Last week I set out on the challenge of measuring my intake of sugar over the day using Change4Life’s Sugar Smart App. The NHS suggests eating no more than eating 30 grams of sugar a day – the equivalent of 7 sugar cubes. I was interested to see how much sugar I consumed and whether… Continue reading Sugar Challenge!