Make This: Wagamama’s Katsu Curry

Make This: Wagamama’s Katsu Curry

There is something about a plate of beige food which is über comforting.  When that specified beige is a katsu sauce, and it happens to be the dreamy main component of a Wagamama curry…What a sweet + spicy, moreish feat indeed! Your stay-home prayers have been answered my friends.  Wagamama’s executive chef took IGTV  in [...]

Instagram is my best friend for fitness during lockdown

Instagram is my best friend for fitness during lockdown

My beloved Virgin Active has glue-gunned their doors shut.  That means choking on chlorine is out of the question.  No sticky sweat tumbling down my nose after a steam room stint.  No awkward smiles as I plunge into the foamy waters of the jacuzzi.  Most importantly, I cannot ponder, and then immediately discard, the idea [...]

March Books

March Books

“All the things I’ll never see All the things I’ll never be All there is that’s left for me Is here in this eternity Of Isolation” I have watched the ‘Milky Joe’ episode of The Mighty Boosh so many times during lockdown.  The obsession is bordering on laughable.  It has actually got to the point [...]

February Books

February Books

February was a bloody busy period.  Gobbling up 50-hour work weeks (RIP); religiously pounding pavements and swimming lengths; travelling to wine conventions and chomping on some extraordinary meals.  And breath… Throughout this month of hectic surfing, I only managed three novels in various mediums.  The first, via Audible; second Kindle and the third a physical [...]

January Books

January Books

It is 2020 baby.  This year, I want my mitts and my foggy vision reading absolutely everything.  Whether it is flicking through the yellowing pages of a Brontë novel or running around the block with the buttery voice of Stephen Fry in my ears.  Tip-tapping my Kindle on my roof with a glass of Sainsbury’s [...]