Paula’s Suzette Cake

Hello my dear accomplices! Today I’m going to share with you another one of my recipes, this time a cake inspired by the famous French Crepes Suzette! I hope you enjoy my new gastronomic invention. Ingredients for the Cake 200g of butter 1and a half cups of brown sugar 6 eggs 200ml of heavy cream…

Improbable Combinations

My dear accomplices Today I have decided to talk about a polemic and speculated theme that has been running rings around our heads, since the cave-man times. Psychologists, scientists and psychiatrics have written and pondered intensely on the differences between men and women. Though this search is yet to be 100% conclusive, I will not…

April Favourites

Just like last month, here is the anticipated segment “Paula’s Favourites”, this time for the month of April. I am truly sorry of the wait, but as the saying goes “all good things come to those who wait!” So here is the so awaited blog post! Make sure to click on anything you’d like to…

Paula’s Cottage Pie

Ingredients: 300g of minced pork (5% fat) 300g of minced beef (5% fat) 150g of bacon 5 cloves of garlic 1 shallot (big) 2 celery sticks 1 tomato (big) 2 tbsp. of tomato sauce Wine Juice of 1 lemon Olive oil Spices (of your preference) Salt and pepper 1 Knorr cube 2kg of potatoes 200g…

Treasure Hunting : Mansands

The sun rose, bright and proud, this Wednesday! The sky was for once clean and radiant blue, and the grey clouds didn’t have the courage to steal this beautiful day! Bright, luminous and hot days are very rare in England’s weather, so we decided to head out, and enjoy the sun as a family. Russell…

What I Ate: Easter Edition

For my Easter Sunday Lunch, I chose the following menu: Persian Rice, tender roasted lamb, roasted potatoes and kale (cook with garlic and olive oil). I have decided to share with you my recipe of Persian Rice (as it seems to be a favourite among family and friends). I sincerely hope you can enjoy this…

Hope: A Flare of Light

Deciding to live a life with meaning requires a great deal of courage! It seems like a cliché, however, if we analyse certain hard and torturous situations that condition the act of living, we clearly understand that it is the simplest trut. We only truly exist when we make choices, because our choices reveal our…

Nii’s Cauliflower Fried Rice

Ingredients: 1 whole cauliflower 150g of bacon 1 small can of corn (150g dry weight) 2 eggs 1/2 knorr cube Soy sauce Black Pepper Olive oil Preparation Mode: Cut a cauliflower into smaller ‘flowers’ and throw them in a food processor. Let them shred for about 1-2 minutes until the cauliflower grains resemble couscous grains….

March Favourites

Just like last month, here is the anticipated segment “Paula’s Favourites”, this time for the month of March. Make sure to click on anything you’d like to know more about it (it will be underlined). Faith Bible Verse of the month I Samuel 6:7 – But the Lord said to Samuel, “Do not look on…

A Conversation Over Brunch

The word brunch it’s the combination of the words breakfast and lunch, which means, the combination of the sweet and typical breakfast foods with the savoury light lunch foods! Many bloggers argue that brunch is the best meal of the day, because besides having a flexible time (It doesn’t matter when or at what time…

Nii’s Monte Cristo Sandwich

If you’ve arrived tired from work and can’t be bothered to cook a full meal for dinner, nothing better than delighting yourself with this easy to make and delicious recipe. Serve it with a salad of your preference, or simply enjoy it while you watch your favourite TV show! Happy Eating Folks!!! Ingredients: 3 slices…

Emotional Scars: Breaking the Stigma – Depression

My dear accomplices, As I’ve told you on my first blog post, together we would reflect about themes we live in our day-to-day life, and share with each other our different experiences and journeys. I think that through sharing we break the stigma of loneliness, we identify with each other and understand that we are…