Classic Alfjores Cookies

Some people make bucket lists for all the things they want to do and see, others make shopping lists for groceries: I however make a baking list, a some-what lengthy list with all the bakes I want to try at some point and finally I’m making process and ticking them off. Let me introduce Alfjores…

It’s Semlor Bun Season

For as long as I can remember, Semlor buns have been on my ‘to bake’ list. It’s taken me a while to get round to making them due to the time commitment required. Originating from Sweden, the buns have a specific season in which they can be enjoyed, as soon as Christmas is over, the…

Torvehallerne Food Market and Flødeboller

Whenever I’m planning a trip away, the first thing I look for are local food markets, they usually showcase the best of the local delicacies and are perfect place to refuel whist not having to make the effort of going to a restaurant. Torvehallerne is Copenhagen’s famous food market and it didn’t disappoint! Filled with…

Reykjavík, Iceland: Photo Diary

Ticking off my first new country of 2019, I travelled to Iceland for a snowy roadtrip around the south of the country, with my best friend, Nicola. Our first day saw us enjoy the capital city, Reykjavík. Although we didn’t have the best weather, we were able to make the most of our short time…

Valentine’s Day: Heart-Shaped Hindbærsnitter

What better way to say you love someone than with food? Especially in the form of heart-shaped Hindbærsnitter… Hindbærsnitter are a Danish cookie, translates to ‘Raspberry Slice’, and can be compared to a homemade pop tart. Made up of layers of sweet shortcrust pastry, sandwiched together with raspberry jam and then topped with simple icing…

Thean Hou Temple and Chinese Fortune Cookies

I may be in England currently but I’m dreaming of one day being able to spend the Chinese New Year in China itself, or any other Asian country that celebrates the New Year. The photos are taken at the Thean Hou Temple, located near to central Kuala Lumpur, where I was able to visit last…

Copenhagen, Denmark: Photo Diary

The start of 2019 saw me take my first trip, along with my mum and sister, to the city of Copenhagen. A four day escape from the drama that was Christmas, and a chance for us all to bond over beautiful architecture, seriously good coffee and delicious wienerbrød (Danish pastries). Blessed with the most beautiful…