Oh, Vienna!


April and May have been ridiculous months. I love being busy, and I’ve had so much fun seeing lots of old friends and going out and actually doing something, but I’m beginning to… Continue reading

Chocolate: A Seriously Brief Overview


Chocolate is an infinitely huge industry. I’m not even going to attempt to pretend to know all of the ins and outs. It is, however, useful to know a few of the basic… Continue reading

The Day of Sigils


Today is the day, my friends. Today is the day that Game of Thrones season 3 begins and I could not be more excited! Well, being in the UK I’m going to have… Continue reading

Winter is Coming: Part II – How Porridge Got It’s Groove Back


As most people with eyes can see, the UK has had quite a lot of snow recently. And whilst I love me a bit of snow, I am really ready to start with… Continue reading

Where Is My Mind?


I do a lot of reading, and while I’m not even close to being an expert, I’ve begun to notice the chefs and cooks that I can really respect, the people I can… Continue reading

The Piccante Sausage Solution


I get told off quite a bit for being a bit strange when I’m shopping. I’ll forget that I’m in public and sing with headphones in, chat excessively to the staff and spend… Continue reading

Tom Kha Gai and Infographics


Firstly, I would like to invite you in from the chill and the snow outside and into my humble and toasty abode. Go, grab yourself a blanket and come cuddle up with a… Continue reading

In the January Chill


I don’t know what it is about Winter, but I tend to listen to a lot of David Gray. It has this really calming and pleasant influence on me in the long, darker… Continue reading

A Life of Sinful Pleasures.


I said once, that my blog was but a drop in an ocean, an ocean of amazing blogs, created by professional photographers or professional chefs and everything in between those two extremes. It… Continue reading

Sticky Ginger Christmas


Wake up, wake up, it’s a beautifully chilly Winter Saturday morning and you need something warm inside your belly. It’s Christmas, and I live in England, where it’s cold quite a large proportion… Continue reading