If those three words don’t fill you with anticipation – they should.Continue reading Hawaiian Butter Mochi
While the Anglo Bubbly ones were actual ice-creams, I was disappointed that the Parma Violet ones were lollies. I’d been imagining rich, creamy, violetty goodness, and instead it was a frozen syrup stick.
Unimpressed by the medium but appreciating the taste, I decided to repurpose two lollies in a version of possibly my favourite cocktail, an Aviation.Continue reading Parma Violet Aviation
To me, rhubarb is a very “British” flavour. From the “Rhubarb Triangle” to crumble, it’s definitely something I associate with the UK.
That said, we really kinda suck at it.
The number of purported rhubarb items that actually taste little to nothing LIKE rhubarb seems infinite. The ever-growing catalogue of rhubarb gins is a great example. I’m not saying they’re bad, just that I’ve yet to have one that actually tastes like rhubarb.
Our sodas aren’t much better.Continue reading Rhubarb, Rhubarb, Rhubarb
The end of my second Veganuary means a thankful return to cheese.
Last year, although I didn’t write about it much, I did try quite a few vegan cheeses. It was a depressing endeavour, with weird buttery scents, spongy textures and erratic melting.
A year on, have things improved? I started the month with supermarket-available items, and graduated to some fancier/pricier options by the end.Continue reading Che-a-s-z-e