I find the traditional Philly stuffed chicken to be a bit bland, and often comes out a bit dry. Brie makes a great substitute and keeps the meat really moist.
Leeds city centre is actually rather short on Greek restaurants, so with it being my favourite cuisine I was excited to try this place out.
This is actually the second time I’ve eaten here, the first experience being after it had just opened, and had moussaka which was a bit on the dry side. However they seem to have revised their menu since I last ate here, and this more recent experience was much better with us enjoying succulent kebabs with live Greek music.
This was hands down one of the most delicious, and easiest things I’ve ever made, and a great recipe to feed a LOT of people.
Eat in a fresh white bun with lots of homemade coleslaw, share with friends or keep the leftovers in the freezer to use in other dishes (egg fried rice, pasta, quesadillas – to name a few!
I was recently whisked away to Paris for a wonderful Valentines’ weekend, the food and drink was obviously exceptional and warrants some excellent reviews.
I’m starting with Le Bistrot Park which was a mere metro stop away from the Eiffel Tower (route 6, Dupleix stop), a tiny, French Korean fusion restaurant.
While we were in Paris it was valentines’ day, and knowing restaurants would be busy we found this little gem and booked ahead.
Le Maison de la Verlaine is a beautiful, tiny restaurant in the Latin Quarter of Paris (get line 10 to Cardinal Limoine).
The surroundings and decor were stunning, incredibly romantic and incredibly French.
Getting back into blogging has been something I’ve been meaning to do since, well, I gave up blogging. Unfortunately the blog I abandoned a year ago has been set free into the ether after the domain name got taken by someone else (curse my short-sightedness!) so I’m re-entering the world of words with a new name, new site and new enthusiasm.
Stay tuned for recipes, reviews and probably the occasional rant.