It’s been about 2 weeks, but I’m finally putting up my review of Oddfellows restaurant in Exeter. No idea why this took so long; drama modules and panicking about dissertation keeps getting in the way I guess. Either that or I’m spending too much time on Airbnb looking at dream holidays. I’m definitely spending too much … Continue reading MY FIRST COMPENSATED REVIEW (That I Actually Did About 2 Weeks Ago But Have Been Too Busy to Post It)
I was walking to my seminar this morning with some friends and one asked how long the blog had been going for now. Wanting to pin the age of Tiny Kitchen Tests down to the exact day, I had a look to see when my first post was, and turns out it was October 6th, … Continue reading TINY KITCHEN TESTS TURNS 1
I’ve been asked far too many times if I’m vegetarian or vegan, so it’s time to clear the air. I’m not. I do in fact eat meat. In fact, I love my meat. I just don’t happen to eat it every day, hence why the majority of my recipes are vegetable based (all of which … Continue reading Really Quick Post Concerning Meat
Every year when it starts getting cold enough to wear a coat over a jumper, part of me goes into hibernation and I become the slanket-wearing, easily-grumpied, rarely-seen-outside version of Pip (if you don’t know what a slanket is, it’s a blanket with sleeves and it will change how you view life, mainly because you’ll … Continue reading Things I Like About Winter (/Why I Love Our Central Heating )
It’s 7:05am and I have a seminar at 9:00 which I have not done all the reading for, but instead of using my ridiculously early wake up to catch up, I’m going to have a little rant about superfoods. What is so super about kale? Yeah, it has something like 17 times the amount of … Continue reading Superfoods Are Not Superfoods
I’ve now spent a week in my flat sharing with 4 boys and one thing has struck me more prominently than anything else. It’s not that the house suddenly smells of sweat and testosterone (it doesn’t, the males of the household are pleasingly clean); it’s not that items of clothing/kitchenware/booze have been abandoned in the … Continue reading Things We Have in the Flat vs Things We Don’t
So I’ve officially now entered my final year of uni. The thought of getting a real job and living a proper real life hasn’t really hit yet, mainly because I’m preoccupied with the fact that I ought to change the name of this blog because MY KITCHEN IS NOW QUITE BIG. Space. It’s phenomenal. No … Continue reading Since I’ve Upgraded My Kitchen Do I Have to Rename Myself ‘The Moderately-Sized Kitchen Tests’?