At the start of November, I decided to become a vegetarian for a month, in aid of Cancer Research, and also to see how I liked it. November has now been and gone, and I remain vegetarian! Augustinas stuck to the meat-free November with me, but he is now back eating meat and fish but … Continue reading Vegan Delights at Make No Bones Cafe
Before I moved to Sheffield, Tamper was the first place I visited. It might sound silly, but I think it could have been part of the reason I wanted to live here! I loved the coffee, food and vibe that it had. And it still feels the same. Two years have passed and the Kiwi Cafe … Continue reading Tamper at Sellers Wheel
It's quite hard to keep track of all the new places opening in Sheffield and unfortunately some of them closing at the same time. Ecclesall road has had quite a few blows recently with restaurants and bars closing. But it's not all bad, as it makes room for more innovative and potentially even more passionate … Continue reading Broomhill’s Butcher & Catch
Now that you know all about Lithuanian foods, it's time to tell you about the places to visit and amazing stuff to get up to whilst you're there! On our first trip to Lithuania, back in March, we did a lot of the cultural stuff in Vilnius city centre, so we were excited to get … Continue reading Road Tripping Lithuania
On our 2 week trip across Europe, Lithuania was our final stop. Before meeting Augustinas, I didn't know anything about Lithuania and definitely couldn't have pointed it out on a map. I had my first visit in March and the places we visited were interesting and made me feel so welcome. Plus - the food … Continue reading The Food of Lithuania
Recently I decided to reinvent my diet and to be a little bit healthier, a bit greener 🍐 And it is not easy when you are well in your tracks and when meaty and glutenous foods are big part of your routine. But despite all that, the main reason I was doing my diet change … Continue reading Miss Walter’s Pumpkin Pie
Milan. The capital of fashion. Surrounded by the biggest and most expensive brands known to man. But if you ask me, at this point in my life I would not be able to afford or justify shopping here. But that's fine, because just 10 minutes away from the city centre you will find the real … Continue reading Milanese Gelato and Espresso.
My first brew was the same as most. Parents drinking a black, mud-like liquid right before going to work. With such a delicious smell yet intensely unappealing taste, I never understood why people liked it. I never even tried it... until a few years ago. It was December 2015, around Christmas time. Unfortunately, I was not … Continue reading But First. Coffee.
So I am a big fan of Ikea. I suppose this is how confession starts. Every time I had a chance I would go for cinnabons and meatballs. This is my type of comfort food. And it is cheap! But as the time passed, I realised that I can easily make cinnabons myself and to … Continue reading Smells Like Cinnabons
Living close to Abbeydale road in Sheffield, we see new places opening all the time and offering undiscovered flavours from all around the world. On the whole we love the cafes and restaurants around us, but sometimes those places just don't meet the mark. We're quite positive about visiting places with food from around the … Continue reading Inauthentic Tapas from La Mama