Chocolate Coconut Cups

Chocolate Coconut Cups

Does anyone else still have Easter chocolate? Until a couple of days ago, we did. At this point, you’ll be thinking “HOW is this possible?”, given what we know about sugar being addictive, Easter chocolate being especially yummy and in any case, Easter being a whole two weeks ago. I mean, we shouldn’t even be … Continue reading

Tropical Kheer

Tropical Kheer

[Sorry for the 2 week delay, A dropped tea all over her laptop and then almost to ensure its total death, applied a hairdryer to the keys. The insurance company has finally replaced it, which means we are back to blogging and will resume our normal service :) ] We don’t know about you, but … Continue reading

Apple and Peanut Butter Sandwich

Apple and Peanut Butter Sandwich

If you’re on Instagram and you follow any fitness enthusiasts, you have probably seen the meme which says “Summer bodies are made in the winter”. For all of our sakes, we hope not. We don’t know about you, but we’ve been mostly on the carbohydrates since November. We blame the weather, illness and work! (And … Continue reading

Turkey Chili

Turkey Chili

Just like some of you we can’t resist a bargain. In fact, we come from a long line of people who can’t resist a bargain. It’s almost like a badge of honour to be able to buy something at a hugely decreased price, whilst the rest of the population (they clearly haven’t got our bargain … Continue reading

Coconut Flour Muffins

Coconut Flour Muffins

Well, we’ve done it. We’ve finally got rid of every bit of junk food – biscuits, crisps, sugary cereals, chocolates and other unnecessary snacks that were left over from Christmas. It took a whole month to finish everything, but it feels so satisfying (or depressing depending on the day) to know that there is nothing … Continue reading

Nasu Dengaku

Nasu Dengaku

When we were little girls growing up in Ealing, our mother used to take us to this neighbourhood Japanese restaurant. The owner was a very smiley and extremely chatty Japanese man who always used to try to engage us (extremely quiet children) in conversation. He was also the one who first taught us how to … Continue reading