Caesar Salad.

It’s now the new year, and for me, a fresh start. Last year was an interesting one let’s say, but I have a very good feeling about this year. I’ve set some personal goals, lots of which are related to fitness and health. So I thought what a perfect opportunity to share my favourite go to salad, when I’m feeling super heavy and just ‘ugh’.

I absolutely love this salad because it’s not just delicious, but also my favourite words… quick and easy. It’s bright, light, but stills fills me up the same as a pizza would!

You can be so flexible with this meal as well, you can have it as a side dish, or as a main, which is what I do, but you can change the protein, or the greens, and even the dressing! But I thought I would share my favourite ‘Classic Caesar’ salad.

I also used a store bought dressing because to me this meal is supposed to be easily put together and no stress, but you can make your own dressing if that’s what you’d prefer.


  • 1 chicken breast
  • 1/2 iceberg lettuce
  • 1/2 cucumber
  • 1 yellow pepper (or whatever colour you have)
  • 1 slice of bread
  • Caesar dressing (or make your own!)
  • Parmesan cheese
  • Salt, pepper, garlic powder and chilli flakes to season


  1. Preheat oven to 180C
  2. Season your chicken breast with salt, pepper, garlic powder and chilli flakes and place in the oven. Unless you’re using leftover chicken!
  3. Dice your slice of bread into cubes and place in a frying pan of hot butter. Ensure every cube is evenly coated, and season if you wish.
  4. Once the cubes have a crisp coating, place them in the oven. Check on them and toss regularly, remove when golden and crisp and set aside to cool.
  5. Cut your your lettuce or greens of choice, and place in a bowl. Chop your cucumber and pepper and add to the lettuce.
  6. Mix well until combined. Add in your dressing and toss until everything is evenly coated.
  7. Once your chicken breast is cooked, dice it into small chunks and add to your dressed lettuce and combine.
  8. Add in the croutons and Parmesan cheese, mix is gently, and then serve!

Double Chocolate Cheesecake


That’s all I can say about my latest baking venture! This cheesecake is so luxurious, so decedent, so creamy, it’s just gorgeous.

I always used to cook sweet things, I loved baking cakes, sweets, and using chocolate, but recently I’ve been loving cooking savoury. For me it just feels slightly more rewarding putting a wonderful meal on the table, but in my house we have a very strong sweet tooth! This was the first sweet dish I had made in so long, and it was so worth it.

I will say now, this dish took about 8-9 hours to be fully finished, but we did probably waste some time but just be warned it does take a long time – but it is so worth it in the end.

There’s a lot of steps in this cheesecake but it really is a lot easier than it looks!



  • 180g digestive biscuits
  • 60g butter (melted)


  • 200g granulated sugar
  • 55g light brown sugar
  • 4 tbsp cocoa powder
  • 4 eggs & 2 yolks
  • 170g double cream
  • 340g dark chocolate (roughly chopped)
  • 680g cream cheese


  • 230g milk chocolate
  • 60g unsalted butter
  • 340g double cream



  1. Preheat the oven to 160C. Thoroughly grease a springform baking tin, and tightly wrap the outside of the tin in tin foil. This needs to be done carefully, as it needs to be watertight.
  2. Melt your butter either in a microwave or in a pan.
  3. Using your food processor or the trust rolling pin, turn your digestives into a crumb.
  4. Combine with the melted butter, and place in the foil wrapped tin.
  5. Ensure to press the base down firmly and evenly. Bake for 10 minutes and leave to completely cool.


  1. Place a heatproof bowl over a pan of simmering water, and add your chopped chocolate to the bowl, and stir until melted.
  2. Set aside until needed, ensure the chocolate does not start to set.
  3. With a mixer or food processor beat the cream cheese until it’s complete smooth and creamy.
  4. Add in the granulated sugar, brown sugar and cocoa powder and continue to beat until smooth.
  5. Add in the eggs, yolks, double cream and mix until throughly combined.
  6. Carefully fold in the melted chocolate, until mixed through. It should be smooth and silky.
  7. Tip the filling onto the already baked crust, and ensure you have an even layer, to your desired thickness.
  8. Place your tin into a deep enough roasting dish, that you can fill the roasted dish with enough water to reach 1/1.5 inches up the side of the springform tin.
  9. Bake the cheesecake in the water bath for 1 hour or until the top of the cheesecake is set however there is still a wobble.
  10. Once you remove from the oven, run a knife around the edge of the tin immediately to ensure it doesn’t stick. You can also remove the foil.
  11. Leave aside to completely cool, and then place in the fridge for at least 6 hours.


  1. Roughly chop the milk chocolate and place in a bowl.
  2. Cut the butter into very small chunks and leave in a warm place.
  3. Add the cream to a saucepan and heat until simmering. Pour 3/4 of the hot cream on top of the chopped chocolate. Leave for 2 minutes.
  4. Mix the cream and chocolate until combined and then slowly add the rest of the cream. Once mixed you should have a smooth, silky, mixture.
  5. Add the butter chunks and mix until completely melted and glossy.
  6. Leave aside to cool.
  7. Once cool, pour over the cooled cheesecake, making sure it’s an even layer.
  8. Place in the fridge to set for at least 2 hours before eating.


Enjoy this wonderful double chocolate cheesecake!

Chloe x

Beer Batter Fish and Chips

New Years Day! Obviously this New Years celebrations were very different for everyone, no big gatherings but we still managed to enjoy it together. Food is a huge focus for us when it’s an occasion, and we do love our roast dinners… but this year we went for a new favourite that we’ve recently perfected. We both adore fish, so doing our own Beer Battered fish was a game changer.

This is such a simple recipe, with items you almost definitely have in your pantry. So quick, so easy, and most important so much fun to make. We also made our own skin on chips and they were honestly the best fries I’ve had! Being in the kitchen together is so great and it really builds a connection between people, it’s very special.

In order for the timings to fit in with each other, it works best if you get started on the batter first, so it can rest in the fridge whilst you make the chips.



  • 9 tbsp plain flour (you can also use self raising flour)
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • A bottle of beer


  1. Put the flour into a medium bowl and whisk lightly to ensure there are no lumps.
  2. Add in the oil and light incorporate.
  3. Begin adding the beer, little by little, and mix as you go. The end batter should be fairly runny but still have some texture.
  4. Once all combined and you have a silky batter, place in the fridge until ready to use.



  • 6 large potatoes – we use Maris piper.
  • Salt and pepper to season
  • 1 tsp garlic granules
  • Oil to cook in
  • 20g butter, cut into small chunks


  1. Preheat the oven to 180C
  2. Cut your potatoes into your desired chip shape and place into a saucepan, washing off the starch is optional.
  3. Add just enough hot water to the saucepan with a little salt and bring to the boil, and simmer for 2-3 minutes. Ensure they DO NOT break apart easily.
  4. Place a good amount of oil into your baking tray and place in the oven to get hot.
  5. Once the oil is hot remove from the oven and carefully put your potato chips into the tray. Try to evenly coat each chip in the hot oil.
  6. Season to your tasting with the salt, pepper and garlic powder.
  7. Place the butter cubes onto the potatoes, evenly spaced out, and put the tray into the oven.
  8. Bake in the oven for 30-45 minutes, until cooked to how you like it. Make sure to keep tossing them at intervals so they cook Eve you.


Your batter should have rested in the fridge for at least half an hour if possible so is now ready to use.

You will need a lot of oil. Like. A lot.

We full our wok (as we don’t have a fryer) 3/4 full with either sunflower oil or frying oil, and heat it to a temperature of roughly 350F.

Take the fish you are using, we use haddock, and either cut into little pieces or keep whole, whatever you decide. Take the fish and place it in the batter and make sure it has a good even coating.

Carefully place the battered fish into the hot oil, and this is the waiting part, you simply wait until the batter is crispy and golden brown. When cooked, using a utensil that has gaps – so the oil can drain, place on a wire rack so the excess oil can continue to drain off.

To finish off we, also made tartar sauce.



  • 2 tbsp gherkins
  • 2 tbsp capers
  • 1 shallot
  • 1/4 lemon
  • 180ml mayonnaise (I do this just by eye!)
  • Salt and pepper to season


  1. Very simple, simple finely chop all the ingredients and place in a dish.
  2. Add in the juice of the lemon, and season to taste.
  3. Add in the mayonnaise, mix and serve!

And there you have such a wonderful dish, that’s so fun to make and doesn’t take up a lot of time.

Chloe x

Yorkshire Pudding Recipe!

Roast dinners are one of my favourite meals to eat! I look forward to them all week, and as stressful as they are to cook, I love it!

However, a Christmas dinner is very different… it feels like twice the work even when it’s only a couple of extra things to cook! This year, we spent Christmas Day at my parents house, so we had our own little Christmas Dinner on Christmas Eve, which was wonderful! There was so much food, but it’s not Christmas unless you can’t move after a meal, is it?!?

This year, I had a chicken roast, and I cooked duck for Joey, both were amazing, and the potatoes were just incredible, so crispy, yet so beautifully fluffy inside! I think I’ve finally nailed a roast dinner! This was the first time I’d ever made Yorkshire puddings and I was so impressed! Normally we just buy the supermarket frozen ones but these were amazing and so so easy to make! What makes it even better and my favourite part, is I didn’t plan on making them, they were a spur of the moment decision, and all the ingredients were staples I already in my cupboard!

The most important trick I found to making sure they puff and rise is to have the heat high, and try (if you can) not the open the oven door! Although I had to open it to keep checking on the rest of the food! I also made these about half an hour in advance so I could time everything else, so I cooked them most of the way, and then just put them back in for roughly 5 minutes to crisp up again just before serving!

I also bought a Yorkshire puddings tin but you can also use a cupcake tin, they will just be a little smaller!


  • 70g Plain flour
  • 2 medium eggs
  • 100ml milk
  • Sunflower oil, using when cooking


  1. Heat the oven to 220C/gas 8
  2. Pour about 3-4mm of the sunflower oil into each hole of your tray and place in the oven to heat up.
  3. Add the eggs and flour into a mixing bowl and beat until smooth and all combined.
  4. Slowly add the milk and continue to beat until the mixture is all combined and you have a smooth silky batter. This is when I like to season with a little salt and pepper but that’s totally optional!
  5. Remove the hot tray from the oven and carefully pour the batter evenly into each hole – I find it best to transfer the batter the a jug to help with pouring! Place in the oven.
  6. Bake for around 20 minutes, or until they are golden and have puffed up.


Chloe xx

Christmas Cookies!

Here we go! Christmas is such a funny time for everyone but especially this year! I only got back from my parents a couple of days ago as my fiancé had work near to them and I was so excited to get home and get on with all the Christmassy things I wanted to do! We managed get a 7ft non drop tree for £5 in the clearance as we were so late buying one!!

Christmas cookies/biscuits are something I feel like I’ve never done properly and really wanted to do some this year and they were so much fun to do! Such a quick easy fun Christmas activity, but the decorating is the best part, you can keep it traditional and festive or get creative and change it up! This cookie recipe you can use all year round for different occasions!

The best thing about this recipe is that it only uses ingredients that you probably always have in your cupboard/fridge! They’re all staple ingredients so you can quickly make a batch whenever!


  • 220g salted butter
  • 220g caster sugar
  • 1 egg (large)
  • 445g plain flour
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt (only if using unsalted butter!)
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract


  1. Preheat your oven to 150C/340F
  2. Cream the butter and sugar together until soft. For best results, use an electric mixer.
  3. Beat in the egg and vanilla extract and continue to mix until everything is completely combined.
  4. Start adding the flour in thirds slowly, along with the baking powder and salt. Mix until everything is thoroughly combined. It will look very clumpy and will not be a solid ball of dough!
  5. Dust a work top with some flour and tip out half of the mixture. Using your hands, combine the mixture into a smooth ball of dough.
  6. Roll the dough to the thickness you desire, I tend to go for about half a cm thick but its totally up to you, just ensure to adjust cooking times if you make them thinner!
  7. Using your festive cookie cutters, cut out your shapes and place on a tray lined with greaseproof paper.

  1. Repeat this process with the rest of the dough!
  2. Bake for 8 minutes, until they are slightly golden, and place on a rack to cool.
  3. When completely cool, you can ice however you wish!

My favourite Sauce!

I cannot even begin to express how in love I am with this sauce, and I shall tell you why!

You can use it for so many wonderful things… Pasta, Pizza, Bruschetta, even as a gift! Its so easy to make and I like to store it in a jar in the fridge if I’m using the same week but I also sometimes make a large batch and freeze it! The smell it fills the kitchen with is amazing, its so warming and beautiful! What makes it even better is you probably have all the ingredients in your cupboards already, so its easy just to whip up if you fancy it!

I think this would make the perfect gift as well! Either as part of a hamper or just by itself. You can by jars online, but also reuse ones you already have, tie a pretty ribbon and its a lovely present, its special because its homemade and useful!

I made this sauce with my siblings as they love cooking as much as me and we all just kept smelling it! I used tinned chopped tomatoes today as thats what I have, and I love that this recipe is easy and you cause whatever you have, but you can also use fresh tomatoes and cook them down! This is very much recipe which you can make your own! I like to season my food throughout the whole process and make it to how I like like it but you can change measurements and adjust it all to how you like it!


  • 1tsp olive oil
  • 1/2 diced red onion
  • 1 tin chopped tomatoes
  • 2 chopped garlic cloves
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 2 tsp black pepper
  • 3 tsp white sugar
  • 1 tsp dried oregano
  • a handful of fresh basil leaves


  1. In a frying pan, put the olive oil and red onion and cook down until they have some colour, then add the garlic and cook, stirring continuously for 3 minutes.
  2. Add in 1/4 of your basil leaves, salt and pepper and continue cooking and stirring for 2 minutes.
  3. Tip in your chopped or fresh tomatoes and the dried oregano and bring to a simmer.
  4. Add in the sugar and continue to simmer for 7-8 minutes.
  5. This is where I will taste and see what I think it needs! I will probably add a little more basil, and I find tomatoes to be very acidic so maybe some more sugar depending the current taste!
  6. I then continue to stir and simmer for another 5 minutes to reduce the liquid and then remove from the heat and let cool. Unless using immediately.
  1. Once cool, if you’re refrigerating it, pick a jar and ensure its its sterile and place in the fridge, for no longer than a week, until use. Or if your freezing, place in a freezer safe tub, and it will keep for a few a months. When planning on using, add some water to the saucepan to help it defrost!

Make your own Pasta!

Today I’m showing you how to make one of my favourite things… pasta! Pasta is one of my absolute favourite things to eat, and it’s so easy to make! I don’t have a pasta machine… yet, but I love this recipe because you don’t need one. It’s one of those things that feels so rewarding to know you’ve made yourself. Also the dough can be kept in the fridge until the next day if you’d like to prepare in advance, however you can also freeze the dough if you aren’t planning on using right away!


  • If you wish to freeze the whole ball of dough, simply wrap in clingfilm, ensuring there is no air trapped inside and lace in the freezer. Make sure to take the dough out of the freezer at least 6 hours before you’re planning to use it and let it defrost on the worktop.
  • It is also very useful to freeze the precut pasta to make life even easier. You can either make the noodles, and cut them to freeze them immediately, or make an extra large batch the next time you make pasta and freeze the excess for another time!

Today I also made my favourite sauce to make this into a meal, which so yummy and easy! Its a multipurpose sauce which I absolutely adore, you can use it for pasta, pizza, bruschetta and so much more! So keep an eye out this week for the recipe!

The key to getting the pasta just right is making sure you roll it super thin and the dough is soft and smooth. It is important to make sure you have enough excess flour to dust the worktop and rolling pin each time to move the pasta dough so it doesn’t stick to the counter.


  • 375g plain flour ( have extra to dust the worktop)
  • 4 large eggs, AND 1 egg yolk
  • 2 tsp olive oil
  • 1/2 tsp salt


  1. Sieve the flour and add the salt, tip into a mound on the worktop.
  2. Make a large well in the flour and add in the eggs and oil.
  3. Using a fork, whisk the eggs into the flour and keeping so until it starts coming together.
  4. When all of the egg is combined with the flour, use your hands to knead the dough for 10-15 minutes, until the dough is smooth. The dough may look very wet in certain areas, but the more you knead, it brings it all together.
  5. When the dough is soft and smooth form it into a ball and wrap in clingfilm.
  1. Let this rest for at least an hour. This is now when you can refrigerate or freeze the whole ball of dough if you aren’t using immediately.
  2. Flour your worktop and cut the dough into thirds. Begin rolling them out one by one until they are paper thin, this may take a while. If your dough is struggling to keep its shape or keeps ‘snapping back’ just let it rest for an additional 10 minutes and try again.
  3. Once the dough is paper thin, try and fold the dough like an accordion! Make sure to flour each time you fold to prevent it sticking!
  1. Cut along the dough in strips, this forms the linguine! You can let the pasta dry out for 10 minutes if you have time to preserve the texture. This is also when you can freeze the cut pasta for use at a later date.
  1. Whilst the pasta is drying out, bring a large pan of salted water to the boil.
  2. Put the noodles in the boiling water and and cook for 5 minutes, or until al dente.
  3. Drain and serve with whatever sauce your like, or just butter!

Let me know if you try this recipe, and keep an eye out for my favourite sauce recipe coming later this week!


Christmas Vegetables

During Christmas I feel like the vegetables get very neglected… or maybe thats just me. But I wanted to share with you some of my favourite recipes for vegetables at Christmas, which me and my family absolutely love!

Most of my family is either gluten free, dairy free, soy free, vegetarian or all of the above, which does sometimes make cooking a little bit harder, but still fun all the same. I cooked these recipes today so I could share them with you, and everything was polished off 30 seconds after it came out of the oven! Some of it was even voted the “best veg ever”, which considering they do not normally love vegetables was a large compliment. So if you or your family normally do boiled or plain roasted veg on Christmas, why not give one of these a try and let me know how you get on!

All of the recipes take around 10 minutes or less to prepare and you can even prep them in advance and freeze certain elements. They are so easy and can be made to serve immediately or take them out 5 minutes before they’re done, and finish them off right before serving. All of these recipes are gluten free, (if gf bread is used in the breadcrumbs) and vegetarian, and can be made dairy free so easily. Where dairy products have been used, just substitute your favourite non dairy alternative!

Today I’m sharing my super easy and super simple recipe ideas on how to use veg at Christmas!

The recipes I’m showing you today are

  • Parmesan roasted green beans
  • Spicy carrots
  • Roasted brussel sprouts
  • Bacon wrapped asparagus
  • Vegetable medley


This is such a simple dish that everyone loves, and its so so easy! You can store the uncooked seasoned beans in the fridge, before adding the butter or oil if you wish to prepare these in advance. For the green beans you will need; green beans, butter or oil, salt, black pepper, garlic powder, parmesan and breadcrumbs, thats it!


  • 250g green beans
  • 2 tbsp melted butter or olive oil
  • 3 tbsp shredded or grated parmesan
  • 2 tbsp breadcrumbs (use gf bread for gluten free!)
  • 1/4 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp black pepper


  1. Preheat the oven to 180C / 350F
  2. Add the green beans, salt, pepper and garlic powder in a large bowl and mix well.
  3. Add in 1/2 of both the parmesan and breadcrumbs and then add the melted butter and mix thoroughly and evenly.
  1. Tip the coated beans onto a baking tray – optional to add more seasoning, I always do this! And sprinkle the rest of the cheese and breadcrumbs on top of the beans and place in the preheated oven.
  2. Cook for 25 minutes, tossing half way.
  3. Serve immediately, or store in freeze to have cold.


During Christmas we always had boiled carrots, which do not get me wrong I do enjoy but sometimes I think we need a change and to add a little bit of something different to just keep it interesting. My fiancé hates raw carrot and isn’t really fond of the carrot flavour so I came up with this super easy recipe to ‘spice’ them up a little bit and he loves them! I think they’re perfect as part of your Christmas trimmings because the spice is very warming and still feels very festive!


  • 500g carrots
  • 3 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tsp hot chilli powder
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp black pepper
  • 3/4 tsp ground cumin


  1. Preheat the oven to 180C / 350F
  2. Peel the carrots, and slice them in half both ways.
  3. Put the sliced carrots in a saucepan with a sprinkle of salt, and just cover with cold water. Place on the heat and bring to the boil, simmer for 5 minutes, until they have softened but not breaking apart.
  4. Add the carrots, oil, cumin, salt, pepper, chilli powder, and garlic powder into a large bowl and toss until all the carrots are evenly coated.
  5. Place on a baking tray flat side down, and place in the over for 25-30 minutes, or until the tops have gone golden and crispy.
  6. Serve immediately or store in the fridge to eat cold.


I am one of those people who absolutely hate Brussel sprouts and don’t even touch them on Christmas, but everyone else in my family seems to love them, so I tried so many different ways of cooking them see if I could find one that worked for me and here it is! So easy, so simple and great to add to the table on Christmas Day, especially if you have some non sprout eaters around…


  • 500g brussel sprouts
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp black pepper
  • 1/4 tsp garlic powder


  1. Preheat the oven to 180C / 350F
  2. Chop the ends off the Brussel sprouts, and cut them in half.
  3. Add all the ingredients to a large bowl and combine until evenly coated.
  4. Tip onto a baking tray and place in the oven.
  5. Cook for 20-25 minutes, depending on how well done you like them! Toss half way through cooking.
  6. Serve immediately or store in the fridge.


We absolutely love bacon in our house and asparagus is one of our favourite vegetables so what a perfect combination! So easy and looks so pretty on the tables and plates at Christmas time! Such a fun activity to do with children as well to get them involved! Who doesn’t love vegetables with crispy bacon?!


  • 500g asparagus
  • Streaky bacon – not too much!
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp black pepper


  1. Preheat the oven to 180C / 350F
  2. Cut the ends off the asparagus if needed, and place in a large bowl
  3. Add the oil, salt and pepper and combine until evenly coated.
  4. Take 4 pieces of asparagus and wrap a piece of streaky bacon around them to tie them together. Repeat this until all the asparagus has been used.
  5. Place the bundles on a baking tray seam side down, and place in the oven
  6. Cook for 25-30 minutes, or until the bacon is crispy and the asparagus is soft.
  7. Serve immediately.


This was the younger siblings absolute favourite today! They sat there with the entire dish and demolished it within minutes… Its so simple, easy and quick but still tastes absolutely amazing and makes a great addition to the Christmas table!


  • Florets of 1 cauliflower
  • 250g cherry tomatoes
  • 250g white mushrooms
  • 1/2 red onion
  • 3 tbsp olive oil
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp black pepper
  • pinch of fresh basil and parsley leaves


  1. Preheat oven to 180C / 350F
  2. Place the cauliflower florets into a pan and cover with cold water and a pinch of salt. Bring to the boil and simmer for 3-4 minutes, until softened but not breaking apart.
  3. Chop the mushrooms in half and place in a large bowl. Dice the red onion and also add. Then add the tomatoes, and the cauliflower along with the oil.
  4. Mix in the oil, salt, pepper and fresh herb leaves and toss until combined evenly. Tip into a roasting tin, or baking tray.
  5. Cook for 30-40 minutes until the vegetables are tender and browning. Toss at regular intervals.
  6. Serve immediately or store in the fridge.

I hope some of these may interest you and if you make them let me know how you get on!


Welcome to my kitchen!

Hello, welcome to In Chloe’s Kitchen!

A few months ago I made the decision to delete all social media from my phone, it was so draining and was making me into a person I had lost control of. Especially in these uncertain times, I think everyone was struggling with so many things and I feel that if anyone feels the same way I did, just delete it, all of it and get rid of it all!

It actually made me realise how much time I now had, and how much I had wasted just sitting scrolling, it gave me the time to fall back in love with something I used to have such a huge passion for, cooking. At a very young age, it would be one of my teddies birthdays every weekend which meant a big fancy birthday cake every week. Some years ago I would spend hours flicking through recipe books and creating dishes to cook for my family, but since I became so engrossed in the social media world I completely lost all the passion I had and didn’t cook anything for a good few years. For me, cooking and baking was such a release and allowed me to be really creative and rediscovering that passion makes me so happy, so losing that really had a huge negative impact on the person I became.

I moved into my first flat with my fiancé last year and the thing I fell in love with were the kitchen, and the location. We’re on the waters edge and had the most incredible beaches on the doorstep. Living by the coast is so beautiful, and the fresh produce we have access to, only re ignited the passion for cooking even more, its amazing. My fiancé absolutely loves to fish and somehow managed to get me into by buying me a pink rod, but I won’t lie, I do love it… The fact that I have access to the most beautiful fresh ingredients makes me wish I could spend all day in the kitchen.

DIY beer battered fish, mini potatoes and homemade tartare sauce.

I also spent 3 months in travelling around Thailand a couple of years ago with my fiancé, and it was the food that really made me fall in love with the country so much, the flavours and colours were just amazing, and I’m still yet to successfully recreate my favourite dish from my travels…

So this is going to be my place to share with you my favourite recipes from in my kitchen but also around the world, with hopes of my first cookbook coming out mid next year!

Thank you, and I hope you find something new to try here!