Tartar Sauce Recipe

A few weekends ago I had a surf and turf meal in mind and with Claud having the steaks ready to go I decided to add calamari with a tartar sauce as my contribution to the Saturday summer afternoon lunch. Continue reading

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Tips and Tricks

Good Morning! I hope you are enjoying my consistency as much as I am? Today I will share a few tips and tricks I’ve learnt since moving out and having to cook most days. Continue reading

Review: Bar Splendido – Tigers Milk

This past long weekend was superb! The weather played along giving us some much-needed rain and Sunday was a stunning summers day! It was so good Claud and I both agreed we cannot sit at home.

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Bay Harbour Market – Hout Bay

Bay Harbour Market Hout Bay

Firstly; HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! I have positive energy for 2018 and we all need to believe it’s going to be a good one, 2016/7 was complete shite.

This past weekend we decided to move away from chilling at home and braaing with friends (which is always fun) and opted to get out a bit and revisit places we used in to the past. Continue reading

Fuss – Free Chocolate Tart

Hellooooo again, do you guys feel like the year rushed by only for it to have completely slowed down now? Ke Dezemba I am ready boss!

So with the festive approaching, I found a very easy chocolate tart you can whip up last minute for picnics, baby showers, hen parties especially when you don’t feel like slaving away in the kitchen. Continue reading

Pasta la Vista

Bacon Pasta Recipe

Hey!!! Last week I was ill and housebound, the first day was a nightmare, thought I was dying a slow, agonizing death. The following day was a lot more bearable and I could taste things again.

For lunch I decided to make pasta; Claud is carb conscious so we hardly have pasta for supper. Inspired by Gordon Ramsay I threw together this easy mushroom and leek pasta. I added bacon… of course. The below quantities made enough for about 3 – 4 servings. Continue reading

Weekend Things

House of H Review Cape Town

Friday past I was telling friends we need to visit Frankie Fenner Meat Merchants (FFMM) to check out different cuts of meat that are rare to find at the local shops and even more so in the Northern Suburbs. As luck would have it we found ourselves parked right opposite the exact butchery the following day in Woodstock and obviously had to pop inside. Continue reading

Hair Food with #ClicksCurls

Today’s post is quite different from what I would normally do, however; I feel like branching out into some lifestyle posts of things that interest me which hopefully you will find appealing too.

I have really fine, thin strands of hair and was becoming concerned and self-conscious about the amount of hair on my head which in my mind was like 13 strands and decreasing each day. I would find an unusual amount of hair on my office chair, on my pillow, my partner’s clothes – scary stuff. Continue reading

Easy Roti’s (Indian Flatbreads)

Easy Roti - Indian Flat Bread Recipe

The past two Sundays’ I found myself making curries, the first Sunday butter chikeeen and the next a lekke lamb curry.

I love me some roti’s hey, the feeling of eating with my hands and smothering the pastry in the curry sauce is just so good. Also after seeing one of my high school friends post her homemade rotis on Insta, I had to try. Continue reading