I like to think that I’m a pretty decent baker, I mean my cakes rise, they’re not dry and I don’t really burn things … But muffins? Jeez, I cannot for the life of me bake a decent bloody muffin! The last lot I made had the consistency of bread, looked liked cupcakes and tasted, well, pretty damn tasteless.
When Sophie contacted West Sussex Bloggers on Facebook asking for some foodie bloggers to come to an evening at Bella Italia* to try out their new menu, I immediately messaged back and said I was a lifestyle blogger and did that count? It turns out it totally did and so on Monday night, I took my first foray into the world of Yelp events. What the hell is a Yelp event, I hear you ask? Yelp events are a great way to meet new people and try out new places, all they ask is that you leave a review on their site!
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these and this is my first savoury recipe challenge! I absolutely love French onion soup, especially with the toasted bread and cheese on top!
I usually buy my mum a lovely card, send some beautiful spring flowers and call her up for a long chat 🙂 Although when I was younger, I used to buy my mum such treats as gold jewellery with Mother written across it, sorry Mum!! <3
This year, I thought I’d treat her to something a bit different! (Mum, if you’ve decided to read my blog, this isn’t the post you’re looking for. Go away and do some embroidery or something!!)
This was the first year I’ve watched The Great British Bake-Off and found it fascinating and inspirational. It was J’s birthday in October and he wanted a Victoria sponge cake with jam and cream. I made him two cakes last year so this year I made his Victoria sponge and decided to try my hand at a Mary Berry cake!
I love the fact that my blog now covers a broader range of subjects because it means I can include posts like this! I absolutely love baking, but I really don’t do it often enough. I thought it’d be fun to find some recipes I want to try out and review them for you!! Plus I’ll be including the recipe so you can make it too if it looks delicious enough 😀