Food Life

What I learned from Dry January

I, like many people, enjoy a glass of wine of an evening. Whether weekend or weekday, I don’t discriminate, a glass of wine a few nights a week has always been my perfect way to relax after a stressful day. Or, the perfect way to bond and gossip with friends. Or discuss ideas with Ben. …

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Food Self Care Wellness

How to prevent hangovers

It’s New Year’s Eve tomorrow, or if you’re in Scotland Hogmanay, which of course means a late night and far too much bubbly (or whisky)! Every year I adore dressing up to visit friends or host a party, bringing in the bells, or watching the fireworks, and having maybe one too many glasses of wine, …

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Food Life

An ode to Hot Chocolate

I have many weird food intolerances, and one of those intolerances means I can have neither coffee nor chocolate. Lucky for you though, I decided to ignore this intolerance in order to bring you today’s blog all about hot chocolate – hooray! Seriously, does anything really speak to your soul during winter more so than …

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My traditional mulled wine recipe perfect for Christmas parties and the new year! A warm winter cocktail with spiced wine Feature via @BryJaimea bryjaimea.com
Christmas Food

My Dad’s secret Mulled Wine recipe!

Who’s ready for an amazing mulled wine recipe? You are? Me too! But first, lemme tell you a story of where this recipe comes from! When I was a teenager my brother and sister (and therefore my parents by proxy) were involved in the medieval community in Sydney. This of course meant a lot of …

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Meat4Beer fabulous food and amazing ale brew lager beer scotchkitchen scottish produce Feature via @BryJaimea bryjaimea.com
Food

Meat4Beer: An evening of fabulous food & amazing ale!

Last week, I was invited by Scotch Kitchen to join a very special evening they had prepared: a 6 course tasting menu created by Justin Maule of Wild Fig, with each dish perfectly paired Scottish craft beers by Jamie Delap of Fyne Ales supporting their Meat4Beer campaign. Who could say no to an invitation like that? …

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