Pink drinks

I’ve always liked pink. Give me a choice of rosy hues or stark shades, and I’ll gravitate towards the pretty colours. But at 47%, masterly distilled and expertly crafted, Edgerton Pink Gin is no soft spirit, and certainly not a product that should be tarnished with the same (usually misguided) perceptions as rose wine oftenContinue reading “Pink drinks”

The Rainbow Cafe, Cambridge

Usually when Gillian McKeith raves about something it makes me want to run a mile. That’s not to say that spirulina can’t taste good, but when dished up with a side of guilt, it’s not an alluring idea. Thankfully in this case I didn’t listen to the urge to flee, and when looking for somewhereContinue reading “The Rainbow Cafe, Cambridge”

Cooking a feast in Chiang Mai

Home is where the hearth is. Just like mum used to make. The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. The belly rules the mind. Tell me what you eat, I’ll tell you who you are. Ask not what you can do for your country; ask what’s for lunch. Food is far moreContinue reading “Cooking a feast in Chiang Mai”