It’s pretty ironic when you name your blog Always Make Thyme, and then neglect it for over a year due to lack of time, isn’t it? Life was somewhat less hectic when I set up this website a few years back, but since then a lot has changed making blogging a little more challenging to fit into my schedule. A break was well needed, but I’m pretty excited to finally be back.
As an Italian food addict, you can imagine my excitement when I saw Theo Randall at the Intercontinental pop up on Bookatable’s Star Deals last month. I sometimes find some of these set menus a bit too limited, however this one was full of delicious options, and I couldn’t wait to get stuck in.
Believe it or not, we are now well and truly into spring, and with that comes several new and updated restaurant menus. I was lucky enough to get invited, along with a guest, to try out Prezzo’s new spring menu a few weeks ago, and I have to say, we were pretty impressed.
Toad in the hole is a dish I very much associate with my childhood, however, in the recent years it sadly hasn’t featured much in my life. Not because I don’t love it anymore… I really do, but if I’m being totally honest, I had kind of forgotten about it. Well, until now that is. I know, I feel ashamed at myself for even muttering those words, but it’s true, up until this year these amazing sausage filled Yorkshire puds were very much at the back of my mind.
Now, I’ve never had the problem of having chocolate leftover from Easter, but I have heard that it is actually a thing. Apparently some people look for alternative ways of using up their leftover eggs rather than just eating them normally. It all seems very strange to me, but nevertheless I thought I’d join in and get a little more inventive with my chocolate this Easter time.