As Happy As A Pig In….{Review – The Pig, Bath}

I like pork. Lots of pork. There are times when a steak or chicken leg just won’t do it and a hunk of pork is needed. I was really excited when my cousin invited me to join them for Sunday…

The Social Network {Review – The Social, Bristol}

It seems most of the time I eat all my flouncy meals on the weekend when I have more time to play than in the weekday evenings when I want to be curled up on the sofa not moving. But…

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I eat. I travel. I blog. I repeat. Female Willy Wonka in Bristol with a love of travel, tequila, bacon and bean to bar chocolate.

Scoff Saturday Strikes Again {Review – Bell’s Diner and Bar Rooms, Bristol}

It’s been a few months since our last Scoff Saturday. For people who haven’t heard of Scoff Saturday before, basically three of my really good university friends and myself meet up (meat up) for a food and prosecco blow out.…

To Conquer The Unconquered {Review – Invictus, Paris}

From a young age I have loved Disney. Little Mermaid was the first film I ever saw and at the ripe age of 26 I can still sing every song plus many more Disney songs. ‘Colours of the Wind’ –…

London on a Very Big Plate {Review – Taste of London Festival, London}

I love trying out new food. Whether it’s new ingredients, new recipes or a new restaurant. I love the exchange of ideas and new trends that can come from eating out. That is why I try to go to the…

Code Breaking at Betchley Park {Review – The Crooked Billet, Henley-on-Thames}

When World War Two  broke out, my grandma was 18. She was currently working in a bank in Bournemouth. To help the war effort she was sent to Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes, home of the Enigma and Code breaking. After…

The Ugly Dumpling {Recipe – Pork Potsticker Dumplings}

I love dumplings. They are awesome. I love the rich dense dumpling with Eastern European goulash. I love the dumpling bobbing in a booze Irish stew. But most of all I love Chinese dumplings. I don’t know why but when…

Pass The Pork {Review – The Potted Pig, Cardiff}

Scoff Saturday A thing of beauty and the start of a tradition worth carrying on for. From the beginnings at The Duck and Waffle which started as a catch up with some of my lovely uni friends, eating amazing food and…

A Great British Menu {Review – The Hand and Flowers, Marlow}

The summer solstice, an excuse to go out for a nice meal with my family. No there wasn’t any sacrificing of goats at hight alters whilst chanting around an open fire, but cocktails, dressing up, pig head’s and amazing food.…

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