As I learn to enjoy a healthy and well rounded diet, I will share all my successes and failures here!
Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash Originally written for Quench magazine With hard hitting programs such as David Attenborough’s recently released ‘A life on our planet’, climate change and its impending doom has been successfully brought to the forefront of our minds. It is understandably hard to live a completely eco-friendly life when it is … Continue reading The Do’s and don’ts of kitchen sustainability
Adapted from my article for Quench magazine As we welcome the Autumn months and say goodbye to the hot sun, home growers and farmlands find themselves inundated with all those wintery fruits and vegetables that we all know and love. My family absolutely love growing their own produce and each year our garden is swamped … Continue reading Tips on how to use your Autumn produce
Over my years of uni kitchen cooking I have continuously struggled with the entire experience. The surfaces are always dirty, you can never find the right equipment and there is always way too many people in the kitchen at once. Here is a few tips to help you stay level headed in a chaotic environment! … Continue reading Tips for cooking in a Uni/shared kitchen
Written for Quench student mag For me, lockdown will always signify an unprecedented amount of binge snacking and stress eating. Those early, uncertain days were passed with films and chocolate as I lost all motivation and any concept of the word ‘health’. Now that lockdown is lifting and uni is looming, I am all too … Continue reading Post lockdown health kick