We all love a good argument. And one item which has caused many an argument in the households across Britain are scones – yes you heard correctly – an English tea time treat has somehow managed to cause debates across the country. What kind of a world do we live in?
Us Brits have been in tethers for years about the correct pronunciation (s(cone) or s(con) – should it rhyme with ‘gone’ or ‘bone’?) and the correct way to construct (should the jam or cream be slathered on first?) a perfect scone.
Brunch – a late morning meal eaten instead of breakfast and lunch.
Brunch has to be one of my all-time favourite meals since it’s essentially an excuse to eat breakfast late in the day – an excuse to sleep in and still eat breakfast – my idea of heaven.
I’ve been roaming around the streets of London recently to find my ultimate Brunch hotspots and to satisfy my brunch cravings and thought this would be perfect little guide for those that are lacking inspiration or are looking for ideas from the eyes of a London local.
I absolutely love discovering new places in London, especially those which require me to eat. So when I saw images of 5 layered cakes slathered in buttercream from a place called “Cutter & Squidge” floating around my Instagram feed, I was drawn in from the word go and knew I had to go check it out.
I may have lived in London all my life but there are still 1001 hidden gems I have yet to see within the city I call my home.
A couple of weeks back, one Sunday morning, despite the rainy British weather, I thought I’d see more of what’s in my hometown and decided to head on down to Columbia Road Flower Market in East London in search of some flowers to add a bit of life to my rather dull bedroom. Continue reading