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Sunday Night Dinner: A Family Tradition

Sweet garlic cilantro BBQ chicken thighs, cauliflower fried rice and roasted zucchini.


Brussels: Is Belgian chocolate really worth the trip?

Computer problems on two continents here at Planet Lippstone. A story for another day.

Meanwhile, it was the most indulgent reason I knew for going to Brussels: I was tired of mediocre chocolate. 1,109 more words


Historic Everyday Eats - Jumbles

Hello, friends! It is time once again to delve into the world of historic recipes. This week, I was lucky enough to come across a tasty recipe for some little treats in a cookbook published in 1832 titled  600 more words



Happy Sunday!

The morning after my hot dog coma I needed some sweetness in my life to say the least. Luckily, Milwaukee is SERIOUS about brunch. 191 more words


Carrot Cake

The Savlon to your soul – Carrot cake is a pretty good go to remedy for most emotional moments ( revision stress, hung-over mornings, that time Sainsbury’s didn’t have any Kale TWICE). 319 more words


Lessons - Adrift by David Myers


There is always some madness in love. But there is always some reason in madness – Friedrich Nietzsche

It was a surreal yet calm realisation. 26 is an interesting age that is both a beginning and an end; in one hand, you are saying goodbye to once anxiety filled days of needing to prove yourself to be a real adult, and on the other, is a somewhat nonchalant moment.

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Porky’s – one of the best places to go when you’re in the need of a filling meal and a cocktail.  

I was introduced to Porky’s by Charley when I went there with him and our American friend Alex. 466 more words