When on holiday, calories don't count. Especially when you are in a place with such incredible food, from street eats to 5* dining to all the cafes in between. Now let's eat! fresh&co A chain of grab-and go deli places throughout Manhattan. Great for everything from quinoa, to omelettes, to bagels and everything in between.
My new favourite quote is now on a bag, "The cure for everything is salt water - sweat, tears or the sea." Being a keen sailor for years, I can abide to the healing properties of salt water, more recently with being a gym bunny, sweat really does cure all. You never regret a bad
My get fit campaign, has left me sans baking for the last couple of weeks. Which I have really missed, not to mention I've had really bad sweet cravings (luckily working in an office with endless birthdays solves this problem.) However, I wanted to create something both high in protein and with some sugar to
Simple summer eating. I inherited this recipe from my housemate, whose Mum used to always make this salad back when we both lived in Dubai. You will need: Couscous Vegetable stock Vegetables for baking - onion, pepper, tomatoes (whatever is in the house) Lemon juice Oil Chili flakes or chili salt, paprika Feta Start by
I can now cross off number 23 of my 101 list. After reading through Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey book, I decided to make a thai jungle curry paste. Rick used really fresh Thai ingredients in this, so if you're using ground/old/supermarket versions make sure to double the amount of coriander, cumin, turmeric and chilli.