This is the third post in my “Farm to Fork” series in which I am trying to make up my mind about some of the important ethical issues surrounding where our food comes from, this week the focus is on sustainable fishing.
Fish and seafood play a part in some of my most vivid childhood memories; my mother placing live lobster into steaming pans, delicate pale pink whole salmon presented on special occasions and even waiting in the fluorescent light of the local fish and chip shop for the warm parcels of battered cod for our dinner. So you can understand why a fish lover like me would approach this topic with a little apprehension – I really didn’t want to talk myself in to renouncing fish forever. Continue reading
I’ve finally found myself with some time on my hands again so here is the second post in my “Farm to Fork” series in which I am trying to educate myself about where supermarket food comes from. You can check out my first post all about our little feathered friends here. This week though I’ve been learning more about beef. Continue reading
Marita from the brilliant “my dinner “food blog has so very kindly nominated me for the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award. I am a big fan of Martia’s blog because it’s so unique, she mainly focuses on German and Lebanese recipes so you are sure to find something you have never tried before! Thank you Continue reading
I live so close to my supermarket that it pretty much functions like an extended fridge. Its right across the road and drawn in by its orange glow the vast majority of the local population are shopping in its aisles. All very convenient, Continue reading
Japanese cuisine is so much more than just sushi! From bee larvae to horse intestines I really made the most of my 5 weeks in Japan this summer to try as much delicious and crazy food as I possibly could. It was 10 months ago that I wrote this post getting extremely excited about booking my trip to my dream destination and today, finally, I’d like to share with you some of my most memorable food experiences in this amazing country.