I call it Red Yellow Lentil Dhal as I use red lentils but the dhal will turn completely yellow because of the turmeric in this recipe. It’s personally one of my favourite dishes especially during winter as it got so much flavour, heat and good ingredients.Continue reading
I made this beautiful looking Blueberry Cream Cake last week for my Mum’s birthday and it turned out so delicious that I want to share the recipe with all of you. A Victorian sponge cake free from gluten, filled and covered with blueberries and whipped cream.Continue reading
As on-the-go breakfast or healthy afternoon snack with or without a coffee – these cookies are full of good ingredients and simply delicious (vegan and gluten-free).
I love all these independent, little coffee shops and cozy cafés in London and want to share a list of my absolute favourites. Do you like a good morning coffee, an espresso after lunch, a flat white in the afternoon that keeps you going? Or an iced coffee on a hot summer day? No matter what you like best, check out the following places.Continue reading
If you like a good Thai curry as much as I do, try this creamy cauliflower and aubergine curry served with a red wild rice from the Camargue region. The rice not only has a lovely, deep red colour, its nutty taste and naturally chewy, slightly sticky texture goes very well with the spicy, coconut milk-based sauce.Continue reading
I love carrot juice and a good bircher muesli, so I had to try this and it turned out very delicious that I want to share it with all of you. Prepare the night before and enjoy the next morning – a very healthy and nutritious way to start your day.Continue reading
It probably is one of my most favourite things for breakfast. Fresh baked banana bread – plain, with raw honey or red berries jam. Try this recipe without adding any butter or sugar but using coconut oil and raw honey.Continue reading
An easy, healthy, quick and very delicious recipe for a homemade tart.
Escape to Sicily for one night and visit IDDU. Located in the heart of South Kensington it offers simple, authentic Sicilian cuisine for breakfast, lunch, coffee time, aperitivo or dinner. The restaurant is beautifully decorated with books and art, recipes and typical products from Sicily.
It was the perfect night for going up the Walkie-Talkie building and enjoying not only great food but breathtaking views over London. The Sky Garden on the 35th floor is absolutely stunning and the perfect location for any time of the day. If you fancy some good food on top of it, book a table at Darwin, London’s highest brasserie located on the 36th floor overlooking the beautiful garden.