Shallot pancakes are the easiest snack to make in the afternoon, and all you need are five ingredients (flour, water, oil, salt, shallots) which should mostly be in your pantry.
Set aside 1.25 hours on a cold evening, and gather your favourite herbs and vegetables to make this your own! Serves 8 Cook 500g spaghetti until al dente. Before we cook our minced meat of choice, finely chop up an onion and two garlic cloves. Throw these into your hot and oiled up frying pan. Stir for… Continue reading Pimp your napoletana
I hope you all have a great week ahead! I thought I’d leave you with a quote that I heard from yoga: Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved. Helen Keller XO Lauren
The constant rain has been a depressing start to the Easter break, and all I want to do is make hearty comfort food and curl up in bed with the latest episodes of Revenge. In my attempt to get into the Easter spirit this year, I spent the afternoon baking a carrot cake – it doesn’t sound… Continue reading Rabbit food
I’ve been incorporating more salads into my already relatively healthy diet this week and while my immediate cravings were satisfied, what I wanted was to create one myself. I don’t often gravitate to recipe sites for salad inspiration because the way I cook is spontaneous and I go with what I’m feeling on the day.… Continue reading Salad psychology
A.K.A. Back to classes. Early mornings and hopefully not so late nights. I think my body is ready for the autumn semester. Hope you’re all doing well! XO Lauren
In my household, salmon is usually prepared steamed or pan-fried with lemon and butter, so last night I decided to give the baked version a try. I was actually going to use this Jamie Oliver recipe, but searched up others and took inspiration from those. I almost never follow any recipe exactly – it’s what my grandmother does, and… Continue reading Something fishy