As mentioned in my last post, when I was in Brighton I ate a LOT of food at some really great places! It’s no secret that I lurve food, and even though this isn’t my usual genre of posting – my blog is all about my personal style (of life I guess!). If you were desperate to learn something from this post about writing; it would be to remain adventurous. Try new things! But, for those of you who just popped by to see some pictures of amazing food, please continue reading:
Despite a real lack in my social skills, I do really love to be out in the social scene. On Monday I was spontaneously invited to get sushi with my boyfriend and friends and I thought – instead of the heavy philosophy I seem to have *doused* my blog with through May – I would just take some pictures of the yummy food and share them with you. What’s better than ramen in the rain?
We went to the restaurant ‘Yo sushi!’ which have a Blue Monday special ie. lots of cheap yet yummy plates on the conveyor belt!
Although we went for sushi, I was really craving ramen and couldn’t help myself! It was amazing ^.^
As you can see we didn’t go sparingly…
Hope you enjoyed this quick lil’ post and you’re having a great week so far! I know it has been raining today but I came home very excited to find my new summer dresses that I ordered. Wishing to share them with you at the weekend. Stay tuned!
Last Sunday the temperature reached 25 (degrees Celsius)! This was quite a phenomenon for us and after running errands in the morning, we decided to make the most of it and BBQ. It appeared the rest of the country also had the same idea as there was a buzz of people around the shops and the summer sections were running out of food! Nevertheless, getting into the garden and relaxing in the sun was just perfect. Kind of strange too as I didn’t realise how much I needed that!
My boyfriend and I never do anything unless we do it 100%, so we decided to make our own burgers. The recipe is super simple and I thought it would be worth sharing because they’re good even when you’re not BBQing!
Minced meat – you can use beef or quorn mince, but we used turkey.
There isn’t really a strict measurement for each ingredient. For the mince it depends how many burgers you will need and what size you would like them. The seasonings can be adjusted to how flavoursome you would like and we just needed one egg.
It’s best to use your hands – for speed and ease! In a large bowl, kneed the mince until ‘smooth’ but still able to stick together. Then add each seasoning one at a time, mixing/kneeding/folding them in thoroughly before adding the next. Lastly add the egg and mix until it’s soaked into the mince.
Then all you need to do is form the mixture into ‘burgers’. We managed to get six all together.
Before BBQing we added a little olive oil so they wouldn’t stick. And Wala! They were delicious!
If you’d like to see more of what I got up to, stay tuned for a vlog coming soon.
Today my brother and I went to Wagamama’s – a belated birthday present for him from me because we both love it.
It’s no secret that we all like to eat a lot more around Christmas. For one, most of us can expect a huge dinner on the big day. The shops certainly sell a lot more biscuits and chocolate than any other time of the year.