What to eat during Super Bowl Sunday

Having lived in America for over a year I became accustomed to the one and only buffalo chicken wing, do not even try and feed me that honey sesame crap, I want the real deal. Anyway, you can imagine how excited I was to be celebrating the Super Bowl for the first time in America,…

Flat Iron Steak | Soho | London

Spoiler Alert: I like it here. Well first and foremostly: it’s cheap, where else can you get an £11 steak? Nowhere.  Secondly, it’s delicious, the price definitely does not affect the quality of the product. Let’s discuss the two recent times I’ve been there. The Environment  Think industrial, think brick walls, think wood, and think…

What up, Vegans?

Alright, let’s get this show on the road, shall we? January, also known as Dry January, Ginuary or of course, Veganuary.  I have nothing against people who follow a vegan diet – each to their own and all that jazz. I know for a fact that it would be an immense struggle for me to…

Noir | Edinburgh

This used to be a Starbucks, so it pleases me greatly that it became a local coffee shop. It’s a vast open space that is always busy but never so full you can’t find a seat, however, it does take about two days to venture to the bathroom. Here’s the thing, I started off badly…

Timberyard | Edinburgh

Oh wow, haven’t done one of these in a while…here’s my first review on my new blog. Timberyard’s location is hard to describe when you don’t know the street names, but what I can tell you is that it is in between the ‘Pubic Triangle’ and Edinburgh Castle… or you could stop being lazy and…

What does Food mean to me?

Someone once asked me, Would you rather lose your eyesight or lose your sense of taste? I replied eyesight, my immediate thought was food was incredibly important for me, forgetting of course, SO IS BEING ABLE TO SEE. Although I clearly didn’t think before I spoke during the above circumstance, and trust me, I have…