Some of you may have realised by now that I’m quite the peanut butter fan. Mixed with a bit of chocolate and I’m in complete and utter heaven. The combination of the two is definitely a guilty pleasure of mine. And whilst I have a fair amount of those on my blog, this one is rather high up on the list. Especially when Reese’s peanut butter cups are involved.
London can be a little crazy at times. I’m sure all Londoners go through phases where they question just why they have chosen to live in such a busy, fast-paced and hectic city. I know I do every now and then. Like all places, London has its flaws, but for a foodie there really is no better place to be. Whatever cuisine you fancy, London has it on offer somewhere. In fact, some of the best food I’ve ever eaten has been in this amazing city. So, with that in mind, I thought I’d throw together a top ten of my favourite London restaurants for you all to try.
I know what you’re thinking… not another pumpkin recipe. I’m not going to sit and pretend that I’ve made something super original. I clearly haven’t. But do you know what? I don’t care! I bloody love a pumpkin, and if you can’t stuff your face with endless amounts of squash in October, when can you really?
A few weeks ago I was invited along to an evening dedicated to potatoes. But not just any kind of potatoes. No, this was a celebration of Idahoan potatoes. Recently launched in the UK, Idahoan have been providing the people of America with a range of convenient instant potato products for around 60 years now, and this evening was all about proving just how good this product is.
I’m sure many of you are quite unsure about this recipe already. The word Marmite provokes very differing reactions amongst us all. I, quite clearly, sit on the positive side of the fence when it comes to this controversial condiment. In fact, I’d go as far to say that the word Marmite actually fills me with joy. If you don’t like Marmite, then maybe this one’s not for you. Or maybe it is?