Anyone who knows me knows that Japanese is, hands down, my favourite cuisine ‐ it’s always my answer when asked what one food I would choose to eat for the rest of my life if I were on a desert island (and if this surprises you, udon know me well enough, evidently). So when I […]
Author: Marie Pan
Review: Tutto Matto
Brace yourselves. Last week, a buzzing new pizza restaurant opened (by the founders of the Pinto Mexican Kitchen) on 16 Nicolson Street opposite Festival theatre, giving out 500 free pizzas on their opening day. Its name? Tutto Matto. I admit I could not contain my excitement when I first had a look at the menu. […]
Recently, my flatmate and I came to the conclusion that 90% of our conversations are about food. Having moved to a flat on the other side of the Meadows, the first few days after moving in I was almost always saying “Clea, we have to try this place”. Naturally, after working at a local Japanese […]
Chinese New Year has always been a relatively significant part of my life – and not just because I’m Chinese. I remember that every year in primary school there would be a Chinese New Year assembly, depicting the same story – an exact replica of the previous year’s play, yet it was done every year […]
Two comforting and tasty treats to counteract the adverse effects of the cold and grey, for less than a pound!
Although I don’t strictly believe in New Year’s resolutions (why wait until the new year to change?), I guess you could say one of mine is to try and eat healthier this year. Eating healthily does not mean I can’t indulge in chocolates; on the contrary this week my recipe combines healthy eating with indulgences.
Apple and Walnut Pie to complete the Thanksgiving celebrations. Total cost per pie: £2.59
‘5 Minutes in the Pan’ Flapjacks
This week, honey flapjacks to power you through term’s final throes. Total cost per serving: £0.99