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travel / 28.02.2017

So with the reviews bit done, now for something completely different. Well not completely, it'll will of course still be within the food related realm, but I saw a chance at a Python reference and I took it! My top tips to avoiding the touristy, rip off places that ravage the culinary landscape of many cities (too dramatic?) 1) Don’t talk to strange men wearing bow ties As well as being a brilliant life lesson, this tip will also help you steer clear of rubbish restaurants: avoid strange men wearing bow ties....

ramblings / 24.01.2017

And so we reach the final leg of my journey, two weeks in fabulous Italy. I've decided to divide this into a few parts as, in all honesty, it's a bit long winded! Italy I figured I could roll all of my findings of Italian cuisine into one bumper section, partly because if I'm honest, I’m finding it hard to mentally separate Rome from Venice and Modena from Bologna in terms of food. This might be further evidence of my disorganised methods or sieve-esque memory, but perhaps it’s quite telling of what...

travel / 17.01.2017

Travel Tuesdays hits Prague! Some good food to be found in this wonderfully interesting city. My pre-conceptions of Czech food had room only for Goulash and perhaps some decent bread, surprised was I then to find quite a vibrant vegan community. But as I say, these travel tales come from my pre plant based days, so I didn't explore that scene as much as I would if I were to visit now. Anyway, much of this segment focuses on my anxieties, which seemed to be thriving in Prague...

travel, Uncategorized / 10.01.2017

For this week's edition of Travel Tuesdays, we/I head to Vienna.. enjoy. (Just to say again for any newcomers, Travel Tuesday exhibits weekly segments from my 2014 e-book 'Travel Like a Foodie", which were times BPB - before plant based). Vienna As I try and remember what I did in Vienna, all that comes to mind is not being able to find a schnitzel befitting Viennese reputation, eating many a torte and, because I’m so cultured (clearly) attending a concert of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. Oh and of course, Vienna the home...

travel / 03.01.2017

Cracking place Germany. I mean, ok, I only went to Berlin and Munich (I know, how predictable), oh and a very short stopover in Frankfurt, but I don't see anything wrong in making such a blanket statement about the whole of Germany based on but two cities! With Berlin currently being hailed as a sort of vegan Mecca, I'd love to head back now I'm all plant based and that. Anyway, now read of me avoiding German cuisine and going to all the major holocaust attractions Germany has to offer...

travel / 27.12.2016

After a slack Christmas period in terms of my blogging output, I at long last return, renewed of life with festive zeal and Christmas vigour, on hand with new recipes from my rather untraditional Christmas meal, which won round my initially sceptical sister. But for now, as it is Tuesday, I shall kick off this post Christmas blogging buzz with everyone's favourite (no, ok, fine) Travel Tuesday's. In which, for any newcomers, I recount my 2014 European, pre plant based eating adventures from my very own e-book 'Travel Like a Foodie'. Today we...

ramblings / 29.11.2016

Welcome back to Travel Tuesdays; everyone's favourite time of the week… except the weekend, oh and maybe Friday and probably Thursday because that's the day you get over the hump of the week, and Monday's if it's a bank holiday. Anyway, in this edition, I introduce the trip ana bit about myself. You'll read of my thoughts on food and travel and learn of my social anxiety and my mental nights out (I mean in) spent at university. Enjoy.   The trip Right, onto the trip. My attempts of professional cooking then had been...

travel / 22.11.2016

So just to go over what Travel Tuesdays is going to be in case anybody missed the previous post (what, seriously!?), I shall be posting weekly segments from my very own e-book 'Travel like a Foodie'. This week's section looks out my somewhat pathetic two month stint at catering college. It doesn't so much give an inside look at what goes on at these sorts of colleges but instead, really just tells the story of a boy with too much of a sensitive disposition to make it in the...