More and more people around me are looking for tasty, easy, vegetarian alternatives to lunch or dinner with meat. This recipe is packed with flavor and easy to make.
Just a quick blog post – about a food store / restaurant where you can go for take away or just a quick bite to eat: Wasabi sushi & bento.
I recently turned a new page over agewise. I’m going to let you guess which one, but let’s just say it was a big one. I didn’t want to stare at the walls at home, so I pressured my husband into going to London for my birthday. Not that it was all that difficult to persuade him. I really wanted a fancy hotel this time, centrally located, but preferably in a neighborhood we hadn’t stayed at before. Booking.com had a superb deal in the five star Andaz by Hyatt hotel, located in the Spitalfields area, and about 100m from the Liverpool Street tube and railway station. Perfect!
I’ve recently developed a craving for sushi. Yes, I know, instead of being an early adopter, I’m a late one. Maybe because I’m allergic to hyped up things. Anyways, I’ve discovered a really great place in my hometown Ghent, Sushi Paradise. None of my sushi loving friends living in Ghent had ever heard of it, but once they’ve been there, they are hooked.
London is my favorite shopping hot spot. No matter how big and fancy the shopping malls in the USA are, nothing can beat the quirky stores in the streets of London.
I’m sure you’re all familiar with Selfridges, Harrods, Liberty’s, … the big renowned shopping paradises everyone knows. My top 5 shopping picks is a little bit more out there I’m afraid. But then, that’s what you’d expect of me, no?
Let’s spend some money!
I simply love autumn! It’s not only the prettiest season thanks to the fall foliage, but it’s just the tastiest season of them all! Yes, yes, there’s the summery barbecues and the cocktail drinking by the pool, but nothing beats a lovely stew or a nice little gratin.
I found this recipe on the Lidl recipe webpage. It’s vegetarian! There’s Brussels sprouts! (yeah, I totally dig them!) It’s just so good – the taste of the mustard and the sprouts and combined with the sweetness of the parsnip is just heavenly.
Chicago is pretty big to get around – and to be honest, I thought the public transport was a bit lacking. Once you go north of the river, there’s not a lot to get around apart from a couple of metro lines, a taxi, Uber and my all time favorite: the water taxi.