I’m an easy to please human- take some nuts, make them into a butter, put that nut butter into my face, all is well.
I used to eat a lot of corned beef hash as a kid, and that was cool and all, but I’m all about that ‘no animal products’ life now, so in a bid to reintroduce the humble hash, I vegan’ed the heck out of it.
I always find that as it gets colder, I rely more and more on comfort food to get me through the day. I walk through central London with my coat collar turned up and a scarf around my neck and I think “bloody hell, I wanna rub cheesy pasta-ey goodness all over my goddamn face.”
The Apple Pie Oatmeal Sundae combines both my undying, enduring love of oats with a desire to eat attractive food. If you get hyped over a sweet breakfast like I do, I’m optimistic you’ll enjoy this one.
Tis the season for spiced fruit, apparently.
The Terry Crews of soups, apparently.
After a short hiatus, I want to start off with my first super cheap, super easy recipe in a good while. Why, you ask? Because I am a student once more and oh, god, everything is so expensive.
After a while, we all tire of protein shakes. They lose their fun. Do you know what never loses its fun? Ice cream.
I am a sucker for all things chai. You take a thing, you add chai spices to it, it’s suddenly 100% more delicious and more pretentious.
I must confess- I am all about them nuts. I enjoy them in my face. A lot of us do. However, it is that nut tolerance privilege that allows me to do so- a privilege that some do not have. So after far too long, I introduce my first nut-free granola, in the form of banana bread-y goodness.
I’m not about them weak-ass soups. You know the ones I’m talking about; the ones that have the consistency, the taste, of sad water. Sad vegetable water. Don’t subject yourself to that.
I introduce to you my new baby; the Gingerbread Buckwheat Crepe. It’s wholesome and satisfying, like cookies from a grandparent, but with fewer questions about your current employment status and non-existent significant other.