The Background is from Pixabay At the beginning of the year, one of my resolutions was to write more book reviews, and yea, by now, I can say that I half failed at it. Indeed, I don’t write many full-on reviews here apart from the reading blog I typically post on Sundays. The main reason … Continue reading The Heartbreak Bakery by A.R. Capetta
Image is from Pixabay Life has multiple layers Just like an onion is made Raw it can sting Like an open wound That is yet to heal But when you cook it It goes sweet and soft So, it is all on the point Of view, that starts it off Alex
I know you are probably fed out of seeing this novel in my posts, but I think Beefcakes (Beefcakes #1) by Katana Collins would be perfect for this challenge. Plus, I did the same Sugarlips, the second book in the same series. For the time being, there are three in the series, and I read … Continue reading Book VS Food Challenge 2
Image is from Pixabay I’m not a fan of fast-food chains, and rightly so. With my mum being an ex-chef and with my sister giving her a good game when it comes to trying new recipes, it’s no wonder I would pick a home-cooked meal hand down. Another reason why we try to limit fast … Continue reading Fast Food Chains Yes or No?
In a way, I’m going back to basics because I think it was in 2018 that I posted about this idea. Here is how it works, or at least how I do it. It's sort of like the liked this try this challenge, but with books and food. So, I will pick a book I … Continue reading Book Vs Food Challenge!
Image is from Pixabay As I said in my post on Holiday Spices part 1, there are some spices that, when I smell them, they remind me of Christmas. I picked six spices: Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger, Allspice, and Peppermint. I did Nutmeg and Cinnamon in part 1, which you check out here. Cloves: The … Continue reading Holiday Spices Part 2
I don’t know, but when I start smelling certain spices, it reminds me of a season or another. So, I’m keeping spices that are typically related to Christmas and learning facts about them. My picks are Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger, Allspice and Peppermint. Image is from Pixabay Nutmeg: Nutmeg comes from the nutmeg tree, called … Continue reading Holidays And Spices Part 1
Like I said yesterday, here is part 2 of the pumpkin facts. The most curious fact for me from yesterday is that pumpkins need squash bees to fertilize. My dad plants some from year to year. Thinking about it, I will have to ask him why he stopped. Anyway, I always thought they needed seeds … Continue reading Pumpkins Facts 2
With the start of fall, also known as autumn, brings with the bright orange pumpkin; it is also featured as a Halloween decoration. A traditional Malta food is the savoury pumpkin pie, and it is typically made from four main ingredients: pumpkin, rice, potatoes and tuna. Now that I think about it, I don’t think … Continue reading Pumpkins Facts Part 1
I don’t know how I managed my blog in the last week. Not only my views are lower than what I typically get over the previous two months, but I have also been sick as a dog. Two Fridays from today, and for context, today is Monday; I went to work with a slight headache. … Continue reading Food And Gastric Flu