How To Make Easy Slow Roasted Honey Vegetables

When I wrote my post on Streamline Jam I mentioned that I wanted to share more recipe posts here on my blog so today that is what I am doing. It is also worth noting that I use the word recipe rather loosely. A lot of what I cook is kind of just me throwing things together. There is no measuring seasonings and what not. Most of the time it works. Sometimes I get it wrong and end up with something diabolical but nevertheless, I like to experiment. One thing I’ve been obsessed with lately has been slow roasted vegetables.…

3 Impressive Xbox One Games I’ve Been Obsessed With

Recently I’ve been really into gaming again. Back in my January 2018 favourites, I mentioned my love of gaming and I am still totally obsessed. I still utterly adore my Xbox and I thought I’d talk about three of the games that I’ve really been enjoying recently. Technically one of the games mentioned is actually three games in one but hey ho. Anyway, onto the games. Mafia 3 The first Xbox One game I’ve been obsessed with has been Mafia 3. Mafia 3 is an action-adventure game that was released back in 2016. The game is set in 1968 in a…

Could This Be The Best Jam Ever? Streamline Blackcurrant Jam

It’s not often I share food posts here on my blog. I think the last post I shared was my post on some delicious katsu curry from ShiJo Newcastle. Before that, I think the last foodie post I shared was when the Alpro Coconut range was brought to my attention. I know it doesn’t really seem like it but I am a huge foodie. It’s not something I’ve explored or talked about much on my blog. However, that will definitely be changing in the future. I really want to share and talk about some of my favourite foodie items and recipes…

How To Have A Great Free Day Out – Great North Museum: Hancock

As mentioned in my 2018 so far post, a few weeks back Peter and I had a wander up to the Great North Museum: Hancock. If you’ve not heard of the Great North Museum: Hancock, it is situated in the centre of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. It is home to various exhibitions like Living Planet, Fossil Stories, a Hadrian’s Wall gallery, Natural Northumbria and World Cultures. There are also exhibits on ancient Egyptians and Greek and Etruscan art and archaeology. A museum that has been around since 1884 The museum was first built in 1884 as a natural history museum to house collections of the…

8 Impressive Tunes I’ve Been Loving In June

After sharing my favourite songs in May I thought I’d do the same this month and talk about 8 impressive tunes that I’ve been loving in June. A lot of the songs mentioned in this post are K-Pop tracks so if that isn’t your thing, I am sorry. However, it is my cup of tea which is why I am mentioning so many Korean pop songs here on my blog. Duh. Anyway, I’ve been loving quite a few tracks this month but I’ve narrowed it down to those that I really had a strong love for. Check out my top…

June 2018 Favourites: Resident Evil 7, Shin Ramyun, NYX Taupe Blush and More

It’s been quite a while since I wrote a monthly favourites post. I think the last monthly favourites I shared was my January 2018 favourites. I absolutely love sharing the products and things I’ve been loving each month but I always forget to share them here on my blog. However, this month I remembered and boy have I been loving and enjoying a lot of things. My advice? Pop the kettle on, make yourself a cuppa and sit back and relax while you read. Resident Evil 7 Biohazard The first thing making it into my June 2018 favourites in Resident…