So I realise that I’ve been writing about food quite a lot over the summer, but going away on holiday means visiting new places and of course, trying out new food. I have a really exciting beauty post coming next week which will shake things up a bit, so stay tuned for that! If you haven’t already seen my foodie’s post about Budapest then check it out, it will make you want to go. I visited St Ives a couple of weeks ago with my family for the very first time, and it was absolutely beautiful. For Cornwall we were pretty lucky that the sun decided to shine for most of the week. But one of the best things about Cornwall was, of course, the food. I made a pact with myself to make the most of being by the sea, and ate fish as much as I could when… View Post

I’ve watched Tanya Burr’s Youtube videos for years and her baking videos have always been so calming to watch, so I was so excited when I heard she was bringing out a baking book. Anyone who knows me will tell you how much I love baking, so I pre-ordered her book as a little post-exam treat to myself. I picked this recipe because I needed to bake a cake for my Nana’s visit last Sunday, and she adores coffee cake. I really really wanted this cake to be amazing and I wasn’t disappointed; the cake is light and oh so moist and the icing is insanely addictive and tasty. Seriously, how have I never made coffee icing before? Also this recipe is super easy to make and my Nana was really impessed (she’s 90 and knows anything and everything about baking so this is really saying something), go ahead and try it! I’ve written out… View Post

Anyone will tell you that I’m a huge foodie and one of the best things about travelling to a different country for me is finding their best restaurants and hidden gems. It should tell you enough that I need to dedicate a whole post to the food that Budapest has to offer! My boyfriend and I came across some amazing restaurants. As in my previous post Budapest: The Best Things To Do I will be ranking them with pound signs ranging from £ to £££ so it’s easy to scan for the cheapest options if you’re travelling on a budget. The pricing is all relative to how cheap Budapest is, so the pizza place was £7.50 for two pizzas and is ranked £, whereas the Michelin star place we visited was £17.5o for three courses each including wine so is ranked £££ in comparison. This post concludes my little mini series on Budapest… View Post