I love bread, any type of bread and this Almond and Coconut bread satisfies the bread lover in me, almost as much as a slice fresh and still warm home baked white wheat flour yeasted bread, spread with farmhouse butter and fig jam.
When I discovered in November 2014 that I may have a gluten sensitivity that results in an inflammatory response and joint pain, I was one very devastated bread lover.
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If getting up for work in the morning and making breakfast seems like too much effort, then this delicious and creamy Greek yogurt and Granola breakfast bowl is just for you. Greek yogurt is topped with luxurious homemade granola, berries and edible flowers and is as pretty as it is delicious.
Since perfecting my Easy Homemade Granola, I’ve been having it for breakfast at least three times a week in a Greek yogurt and Granola breakfast bowl. Sometimes I add berries, sometimes banana slices or sometimes I enjoy it with only a handful of pomegranate arils.
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I have been travelling to local and international destinations since my childhood, first with my family and more recently, as a solo traveller.
It was on my trip to Italy when the lift didn’t work and I was obliged to carry my bag down a few flights of stairs, that I realised that I should make a list of my top travel tips for any traveller, if only to keep it as a reminder for myself of what not to do.
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I haven’t watched it in many years, but my earliest childhood recollections of a place called Rome was from the 1960’s movie, Spartacus. However, growing up, Italy was not on my bucket list of places to see before I die.
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When I lived in the UK at the turn of this millennium (anyone remember Y2K hysteria?), London was not notable for it’s food scene or any known gastronomic wonders of the modern world.
Instead, it had a reputation for stuffy restaurants serving bland and uninspiring fare, a place where a curry and a beer was the most exciting thing on a menu for most people. A far cry from being one of the culinary capitals of the world that it is today.
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