I had the privilege of being invited to Asda’s Extra Special Scotland event by my friend Tartan Spoon Blog in conjunction with Asda, Edinburgh New Town Cookery School and Morrow Communications. Continue reading
Romantic, luxurious, escapism; are just some of the words I’d use to describe my 2 nights at RiverBeds Luxury Wee Lodges In Glencoe. I have thought twice about writing this post as with only 8 lodges they are somewhat a hidden gem that I want to keep all to myself because I enjoyed my time there so much! However I really must commend the family run business for their spectacular hospitality and therefore I am going to share with you how good a time I had there. Continue reading
‘Ham It Up’ Bagel
Bross Bagels, I’d heard bits and pieces about them but hadn’t had the pleasure of getting around to tasting one myself. On a particularly starved day where I didn’t get lunch until 2:30pm, I was confronted with someone else’s Bross Bagel and I knew I had to get there immediately and shove a bagel in my mouth! Continue reading
Gourmet porridge? I hear you ask, well yes, the absolutely most delicious porridge of its kind! It was my good friend Sophie over at Life with Clarity, that first mentioned Groats to me and her love for their porridge. Fortunately for me, I was then invited to Cafe Milk in Leith to try a combination of Graham’s gold full cream milk and Groats aphrodisiac porridge around Valentine’s Day and I’ve been desperate to consume their delicious porridge combinations ever since! Continue reading
I love a bit of history with my coffee, that’s why when I heard about Bunker Coffee on Brisbane Broadsheet, I just had to come and check it out! It’s a popular place with a lot of coffee competition around, but in the half an hour that I sat there, it was visited by office workers, families and passers by. It’s a popular spot, and I spotted refillable Bunker Coffee mugs in loyal customers hands. They even encourage you to bring your own refillable mug which I like as they’re not just out for you buying one of theirs to get a discount. They actually want to be green without the advertising that some coffee chains insist on. Continue reading
What can be better than afternoon tea aboard a vintage red double decker bus on a sunny Saturday afternoon? The afternoon tea is available everyday apart from Mondays and there are two time slots – 12pm and 3pm. We went on the 12pm slot and I had bought the tickets for £22.50 each on itison.com, and I have seen the offer come up a few times since. You will pay £34.50 via their website so it’s a decent saving.