I’m painfully conscious that I’ve not posted for a while.
Don’t imagine for a minute I’ve been nowhere worth writing about. I’ve just been incredibly bad at remembering to take photos, distracted by the fun and games of Christmas and also been buying a house.
I shall compensate with a whistle-stop tour of some of the highlights.
Continue reading Getting Up to Date
Nearly a month after my last post, I’ve finally got around to writing up our second Glasgow meat feast stop – The Squid & Whale (372 – 374 Great Western Road). I’m afraid this report is a bit lean – my bad for leaving it so long!
Continue reading The Squid & Whale, Glasgow
This isn’tÂ a proper post. It’s a tiny one just to draw your attention to a new place I spotted in North Camp recently – the Sidewalks Bar & Diner (Lynchford Road).
So far we’ve only popped in for milkshake (H had a “hard shake” with rum in!) but we plan to return to try something from the menu some time (lots of different burgers and hot dogs).
It’s got a nice pub feel and a garden out back. If you get there before me, let me know how the food is!
One of the things I love about being on holiday is eating out. A lot.
We tried not to go too crazy in Cornwall, but we did have a number of great meals, and I’ve picked out a few places below that went down well.
Continue reading Cornish Fare: A Few Nice Eateries
Sunday lunch is one of the meals I least like to cook. There are so many different elements that all have to be ready at the same time. I inevitably end up with overcooked something, undercooked something else, burnt something, squishy something and not enough gravy.
Thus even though Sunday lunch isn’t a particular favourite with me, I have come to enjoy the peaceful ease of letting someone else have all the stress of cooking.
Last weekend we headed deeper into Hampshire to the attractively-situated Anchor Inn. The main part of the pub has insanely low beamed ceilings; even my 5′ 5″ proved too tall to stand comfortablyÂ under some sections. The dining area was a more regular height though, and was pleasingly decorated with mismatched chairs, wooden tables and an assortment of candlesticks.
Continue reading Sunday Lunch At: The Anchor Inn, Lower Froyle