Keeping Kids Healthy While Travelling

Keeping Kids Healthy While Travelling

We've been travelling around Australia on our van life adventure for nearly 1.5 years, so I thought it was about time I shared my tips for keeping kids healthy while travelling. When we set off, I was determined that we would continue our healthy way of eating and...

Happenings 28.09.18

Happenings 28.09.18

written over the month of September. DOING: sitting in the air conditioning on our bed in the van, all the windows are closed and the blinds are down because it’s 42’C outside and Otis is having a nap. HEARING: the sound of fan whirring and Otis mumbling a few last...

To catch and cook Mud Crabs – Cape Leveque, WA

To catch and cook Mud Crabs – Cape Leveque, WA

10 fingers... 10 toes... check. I do a quick count before jumping out the car into the dry, red... so red, earth. Our local Indigenous guide, Eddie, is meeting us up at the Cape Leveque, 200km north of Broome in Western Australia, to go mud crabbing this afternoon......

Local, seasonal, simple; Raw zucchini & hazelnut salad

Local, seasonal, simple; Raw zucchini & hazelnut salad

Hello? Are you still there? I know I haven't been around for a while... so maybe you've left. I wouldn’t blame you. I’ve been bantering around the excuse of work keeping me busy and absent from the larder, and that’s true, but to be honest – after so much time had...

Tasting Morocco: Not all tagine and cous cous… well maybe

Tasting Morocco: Not all tagine and cous cous… well maybe

I know I said Moroccan food wasn't just about tagine and cous cous. But for one meal, everyday, a tagine was. And not just at my table. A tagine (or tajine), is a Berber dish originally from North Africa. Essentially a slow-cooked stew of meat and vegetables in a...

Tasting Morocco: Street Food

Tasting Morocco: Street Food

This post is dedicated to all the things I ate on the street in Morocco, that perhaps most travel guides will advise you not to. But I say go for it. Street food and food carts/trolleys/bicycles are where you'll find some of the best and most authentic food. And...

Tasting Morocco: The best ‘pastilla’, from inside the house

Tasting Morocco: The best ‘pastilla’, from inside the house

I only tried one 'pastilla' in Morocco. But I didn't need to try any more. This one was as good as a pastilla could possibly get. I was banging on to my driver, Jaward, again about food. I think he gets me? He says he doesn't drink or smoke, but food - he smiles and...

Tasting Morocco: Breakfast

Tasting Morocco: Breakfast

Just thinking about Morocco makes my nostrils flare. Maybe that sounds a bit odd, but the mere mention of the word sends my senses in to a frenzy. If I close my eyes I can smell orange blossom and rose, cumin and mint. I can taste almonds, dates and lamb. I can see...

Day-old-bread is not just for ducks in Donzy (Bourgogne, France)

Day-old-bread is not just for ducks in Donzy (Bourgogne, France)

I hate wasting food. So tonight, I'm being economical and preparing a bread themed dinner for my hosts Sarah and Jules. We have about three sticks of day-old-baguette that could be better used than for just fattening up Bernard's ducks. The menu will be simple and...

Dinner at The Fat Duck (Bray, Berkshire)

Dinner at The Fat Duck (Bray, Berkshire)

I have to keep reminding myself I'm actually here... It's an auspicious occasion. The top of my foodie "Things To Do Before I Die" list. Something I've been so looking forward to, for so long... has finally arrived. And I don't want to miss a minute of it. My boarding...

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