Jap Chae

A must-order dish whenever I visit a Korean restaurant, Jap Chae is a delicious savoury dish with glass noodles and a rainbow abundance of delicious veggies. Sometimes it is topped with beef to flesh out the dish, but it can easily be enjoyed with or without! This dish originates from the royal palace in the […]

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Beef HO Fun (乾炒牛河) Gon Chow Ngau Ho

A Cantonese staple, Gon Chow Ngau Ho (乾炒牛河), or you might see it on the menu as Fried Beef noodles or Beef Ho Fun, is a dish I have spent many a Sunday lunch eating it out with my parents. From the succulent juicy beef, to the bouncy savoury thick noodles, this dish is classic […]

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Chocolate Brown Coats for Autumn

One of my favourite pieces to invest in year after year is a lush, creamy, tailored coat to keep me warm all throughout the winter months. Being the first piece people see in your winter outfit, a good coat is quite the investment as it can be styled and incorporated in your style in so […]

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Pinterest Worthy Tuscan Lunch Aesthetics at Agriturismo Pian di Fume

In the Northern Tuscany region lies the Agriturismo Pian di Fume a 20 minute drive away from the Renaissance Tuscany Il Ciocco. This Agriturismo offers a whole array of activities including river rafting, trekking and more and is situated up top in the beautiful mountains. We opted for a glorious trek through the ancient five […]

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A Weekend in Northern Tuscany with Renaissance Tuscany Il Ciocco

Situated on the top of a winding, cypress lined path sits the rose and peach coloured walls of the Renaissance Tuscany Il Ciocco. The hotel is gracefully perched on the top of a hill and overlooks the surrounding Tuscan villages, guaranteeing its guests glorious unblocked views from the pool, their beautiful “La Veranda” restaurant and […]

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Tuscan Vineyard Wine Harvest at Podere Concori

When in Tuscany, one must visit a vineyard si? Just a short 4 minute drive from the Renaissance Tuscany Il Ciocco where we stayed lies the beautiufl family run vineyard Podere Concori. They are one of the first vineyards in this region to make organic and biodynamic wines, earning them recognition in the region and […]

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Moisturisers For People Who Hate Moisturising (aka me.)

As summer fades along with the late 9pm sunsets, the weather starts to cool down and our skin gets easily chapped and dry. From the harsher winter winds to just our skin reacting to the seasonal changes, this is the time of year to start slapping on the moisturiser daily to give your skin a […]

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SPICED pumpkin bread

Early October signals the magical transition of leaves from green to golden brown, the air gets crisp and fresh, the drinks get warmer and the sweaters get snugglier. Alongside this is of course, the spicy sweet scent of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves in kitchens everywhere as pumpkins are harvested and baked into deliciously soft and […]

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rainbow harvest Sausage pasta

Rainbow colours jump out at you with this gorgeous and warm comfort dish. Also titled Summer Sausage Pasta when made over the warm sunshine filled days of summer, this glorious pasta dish is the perfect way for a non-veggie eater like me to get a lot of veggies into my system in the form of […]

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The Tennis Skirt

One of the IT pieces this Summer, the cute Nike white tennis skirt was sold out everywhere and coveted by all. With some even hitching up the prices on their Depop accounts for £150 for what would normally be a £25 skirt. Now that the glorious warm days of Summer are coming to an end, […]

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