I love travelling and for most people flying is the part that they don’t enjoy. I’m not sure if it’s because I went on my first plane ride when I was three but there is still something I love about flying and it’s that one moment when the plane leaves the ground and becomes airborne –Continue reading


It’s important to be inspired so I was quite delighted to visit the medieval city of Wells in Somerset. It’s the smallest city in England and the 2nd smallest in the UK, with just over 11,000 people. In England you have to have a cathedral to be called a city. Parts of the cathedral date backContinue reading


Is toast back, has it become popular again? You can get cheese on toast at Rough Trade and even Dishoom offers a Chilli Cheese Toast – Cheddar melt on white bloomer. I keep meeting people who are so anti toast and anti carbs – it’s become so fashionable and almost a bit of a status symbol toContinue reading


Bath is famous for it’s architecture but one must not over look the abundance of cafes and place to have tea. Just around the corner from the Abbey Hotel (where I stayed for part of my stay in Bath) I came aross Sally Lunn’s house – the oldest house in Bath – it’s a uniqueContinue reading


Yes, those are Brussel sprouts, with bacon and caramalized onions and fresh mozzarella! It was the most amazing pizza I’ve ever had! Saluggi;s 325 Church St (between Canal St & Lispenard St) New York, NY 10013