The French are known as the culinary masters of the world, and for good reason! They combine skill and style to come up with some delicious dishes. Why not browse some of the French recipes on the blog.
The French Recipe Archive
No Churn Blueberry and Yuzu Ripple Ice Cream
Add a taste of Japan to your desserts this summer by swapping lemon for yuzu in this No Churn BlueberryRead more.
No Churn Black Sesame Ice Cream
Black sesame transforms a basic no churn ice cream base into something sweet and nutty like you’ve never tasted before!Read more.
Vegan Sticky Ginger Cake
These bouncy squares of sticky ginger cake are packed full of flavour without the need for any milk, butter orRead more.
Itinerary: 5 nights in Hong Kong (business trip)
How much sightseeing can you squeeze into a business trip in Hong Kong when your only free time is beforeRead more.
Hummus and Halloumi, Focaccia Sandwich
Hummus, halloumi, roasted peppers, spinach and smashed avocados are squashed between two slices of focaccia for this over the topRead more.
Orzo with Roasted Mushrooms and Feta
Roasted mushrooms bring huge depth of flavour and plenty of bite to this light dinner of Orzo with Roasted Mushrooms,Read more.
Lemon Dream Cake
This zesty lemon sponge cake is made with not one, not two but four lemons. Find out how to makeRead more.
5 reasons to visit Amsterdam that aren’t sex workers or drugs
There’s more to Amsterdam than its famous Red Light District (De Wallen) or its tolerance of marijuana. In fact, weRead more.
Screwdriver cocktail (vodka and orange)
When visiting Hong Kong enjoying a Screwdriver in the bar at the Peninsula is an absolute must! In the meantime,Read more.
Stir Fried Potato, Aubergine and Peppers (Di San Xian)
I first tried Di San Xian (The Three Treasures of the Earth) in Xi’an, China. Find out how you canRead more.