I know this list isn’t comprehensive, and not all of these will apply to everyone, but I wanted to share an (attempted) humorous look at what my day to day life is actually like, away from
In February/March 2015 I spent a week in Prague, since my partner had been doing some work out there and it seemed like a good idea for me to go out and visit him. I was to join him at the hotel
I discovered Alriso (website unfortunately in Czech) quite by accident on my first day in Prague. I was in full tourist-mode, snapping away merrily at the beautiful streets, when I noticed a
Švejk Restaurant U Karla is a restaurant close to the centre of Prague that specialises in traditional Czech cuisine. They also happen to have an entire gluten-free menu full of delicious
On my second day in Prague I decided that I would wander around Prague castle in the morning, and go up to Petřín Lookout Tower in the afternoon. I had found two restaurants that would make for
Can you contain your frenzied excitement any longer? Yes, it’s nearly Valentine’s day, a day that seemed extremely important when I was a teen and spent most of my Valentine’s
This gluten and dairy free soup will warm your cockles on a cold winter’s day. I love soup, I really do, but somehow it always seems such a faff to make – because I like mine smooth,
This is a recipe from my book, Gluten-free Baking at Christmas. It’s is a collection of 20 of my favourite gluten-free wintery treats, and is available as a hard copy or as an eBook.
You can tell I’m feeling nostalgic at the moment, because I keep e-mailing my mum asking for old family recipes. Today I had a hankering for frikadeller, the Danish version of meatballs.
These treats take me right back to my childhood, when I spent every Christmas in Denmark with my family. I remember going from shop to shop with my mum, doing the last little bits of Christmas
Can you contain your frenzied excitement any longer? Yes, it’s nearly Valentine’s day,...
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