…creamy, cheesy, spicy and you won’t need to spend hours picking it out of your teeth… Of all the foods I could have developed an aversion to whilst I was pregnant, I never expected it to be Mexican food. I mean, it’s my absolute favourite – the cheese, the spice, the mess (not to mention […]
It’s officially nine months since little Elsie was born (only she’s not so little anymore – my back can uh, back me up on that one – yeouch) and I’ve somehow suddenly found myself with my very first afternoon off from motherhood.
If Ramen is winter in a bowl, then Pho is summer – it’s lighter, fresher and spicier. I LOVE it, and turns out that you can make it very easily at home – which is amazing because it means I can slurp to my hearts content.
It’s been two months of late nights and early mornings (I now know the entire late night schedule of ITV2 and Channel 4). Two months of googling “is green baby poop normal?” – among other things; my targeted ads have gone from “pamper yourself with this luxury skincare” to, well, Pampers. Two months of raging internally every time someone tells me to “sleep when the baby sleeps” (because seriously, when does that ever happen?). Two months of tears (from me more than the baby) and laughter. Two whole months of our little Elsie…
A pack of Thai Curry Paste doesn’t just have to be for making curry you know. Whether it’s red, green or yellow, that little pack tucked away at the back of your cupboard behind the dried pasta and tin of chopped tomatoes can be used in so many different ways to inject heat and flavour into a dish – any dish.