From gelato by the Rialto Bridge to a tiny Michelin-starred restaurant blocks away from St Mark’s Square, we had our fill of delicious food in Venice.
For Season 10 of the Great British Bake Off, I’m doing my own little Great British Bake Along, taking on the technical challenges for each week.
Emilia-Romagna is not only home to the Motor Valley of Italy but also to culinary bastions like Bologna and Modena. Although we missed out on lasagna alla bolognese, we managed to have tons of amazing food and no shortage of gelato!
The cosmopolitan nature of Milan is reflected through its varied food. We ate everything from modern Italian dishes at a Michelin-starred restaurant to Brazilian-Japanese fusion sushi.
Short post this week as we’re heading off to Italy on Friday. I’ve been preoccupied with finishing up my exams recently, and have had no motivation to cook.
It’s the midpoint of exams! I’ve stopped buying groceries, since we’re going on vacation in two weeks, so these meals are a bit “clean-out-the-fridge” esque.
Since the past two weeks haven’t been too healthy, I’m getting back on track now with more whole foods and veg. The start of exam season won’t stop me from making yummy food.
It’s tacos tacos tacos this week, and not just on Tuesdays. Anyway, I’ve been cooking and baking a lot in general as I procrastinate on studying for exams.
We tested an old chocolate chip cookies recipe five times to find the best baking times and temperature. Read on for some of the best cookies I’ve ever baked!
This week’s highlights include: IP burrito bowls, a weekend potluck, shopping at St Jacob’s Farmers Market, and a spicy ramen challenge to top it all off.