I wasn't intending for the first two posts after launching A Blogger’s Musings to be about the 70th Edinburgh Fringe festival this year, but there you go. It also ties in nicely with what I want to talk about today as well: life. This isn’t meant to be a clichéd ‘let’s talk about life’ kind… Continue reading C’est La Vegan: what I learned from Dave Chawner’s vegan comedy show
Welcome to A Blogger's Musings Thank you for stopping by my new blog, A Blogger’s Musings, sister blog to my vegan lifestyle and craft/sewing blog, Oh Sew Vegan. We have loved (and lost) many great people over the years, whether they’ve been personal to us in our lives or public figures loved by the world.… Continue reading Welcome to A Blogger’s Musings
Have you seen my recent interview with Talor Gilchrist for her Have You Met... series? Talor has been talking to various bloggers to get to know them better and today, it's about my blog. Blogs are great because they are the complete personality of the people behind them, I will guarantee that you will not… Continue reading Have You Met….Life of a DIY Shopaholic?
I love eating at restaurants that give me a taste of how the other side of the world live. I especially love small independent restaurants that give fantastic, dedicated customer service and fabulously flavoursome food. For the best Turkish food and great company from a small family of staff working alongside Head Chef, Gursel, and… Continue reading Always delightfully Turkish at Hanedan's
If there's one thing I'm passionate about, it's the food I eat and make. It has to be just right, otherwise it just won't do: noodles and pasta should be al dente; seafood should not be too chewy or too soggy; meat should be tender, not dry and tough; bread and buns should be light,… Continue reading I love Bodega's tacos, yes I do!
Eating is one of my favourite things to do whenever I'm back in Hong Kong. There are so many local dishes that you just can't get elsewhere, maybe if you've got a Chinatown near you, but most of the street foods are those from nearby regions in China or local dishes that are very much… Continue reading Eating my way around Hong Kong: in photos
When you enjoy eating out as much as me and have tried various Indian, Vietnamese, Thai, Chinese, steakhouse and burger establishments, sometimes you want a bit of 'wow' factor to keep you on your foodie toes. American dining has been stereotyped as mostly burger joints, breakfast consisting of waffles or pancakes with a large selection… Continue reading California dining: review of Redwood Bistro