🥑ALL I AVO WANTED🥑
The avo isn’t the only thing that’s smashed today after the royal wedding parties! A @brunswick_east brunch in the sunshine was just the ticket. They do the BEST sourdough and you quite literally get a whole avo 😍
Some more London goodness.
Highly recommend Mother Mash in Soho if you're looking for some tasty local brews and bangin' bangers and mash. Whether you're gluten-free or not, definitely check them out! .
@bulmers_cider @camdentownbrewery @mothermash
Lil throwback to the brunch of dreams at @daisygreencollection @beanygreen with @r_achelmarie ❤️️ I had the banana bread with mascarpone and it was amazing 😍
Also who else cried at the royal wedding? 🙋🏻 I had an unexpected amount of water works 🙈 I just thought everything about the ceremony was so beautiful, and it's always so nice to see two people who love each other tie the knot.
Here's your Sunday roast on a pizza. The Couch Potato features roast potatoes, seitan, fried aubergine, basil leaves, smoked mozzarella and a generous drizzling of garlic mayo. #plantpioneers
Big thanks to @theveganemo for this one. 📸
There is nothing that goes better with warm weather than Assyrtiko white wines from Santorini. You can experience a guided tasting at @boroughmarket on May 24th. Join us for delicious Greek wine and cheese, you will not regret it!
Heard so many good things about @restaurantmoro at the @exmouth_mkt, did not beat the food at Barbery though.
Charcoal grilled asparagus with sea bass roe, paprika and lemon dressing - interesting sauce which spikes things up a little
Cuttlefish kӧfte with roast gem, broad bean and za’atar salad
Charcoal grilled lamb with warm beetroot and lentil salad and Gaziantep pistachio sauce - would say that this is the best dish of the night, the way they marinated the lamb is really unique and I love what they did with the beetroot too!
BEST roast by a FAR MILE!! ✨ Beautifully roasted chicken - so tender, and their gravy - oh damn, served warm and so thick and delicious! 10/10 🍗
Amazing & attentive service as well!
P/S this was supposedly 'for two' as they labelled it, idk how but small piece of advice don't try it without at least three present 😝 dad & I currently suffering 🤰🏻
Inspired by @thegoodquote ! Gratitude is the based of happiness. This is one of the best way to start your day! Be thankful and show appreciation for what you have 🙏🙏. It's not only doing what you like but also liking what you get!
<<< New Experience >>>⠀
Gatherfold June Supper Club⠀
Marylebone, Friday 8th June⠀
Link in bio 👆⠀
Introducing Eliot and Kate, a London Chef and Stylist, who bring their culinary and creative passions together to share the power of the set table at their unique supper clubs! This event is inspired by a recent trip to Texas, Kate's home state - expect refined rustic table settings, wild and punchy flavours and an insight into the provenance and process of each dish.⠀
At FeedUp we believe in giving back so if you purchase a ticket through our site, we donate a nourishing meal to someone in desperate need via our partner charity @ukharvest 🍽🙌⠀
Look at this gorgeous fig and almond slice by @romeossfbakery / everything here is GF and most things are also vegan 🙌🏽 so happy to have this a millisecond away from where I live. It’s made from gf flour, coconut milk/nectar, fresh figs and almonds. Can not wait to break my fast with this 🥥🍯🧡
A rainy ☔ sunday evening and a cup of tea with plate of Jalbi and Nimki. Its a combination of weekend celebration. Family time 😍.
Jalbi, also known as zulbia, is a sweet popular food in some parts of South Asia, West Asia, North Africa, and East Africa. It is made by deep-frying maida flour (plain flour or all-purpose flour) batter in pretzel or circular shapes, which are then soaked in sugar syrup. They are particularly popular in Iran and in the Indian subcontinent.
Region or state:South Asia, West Asia, North Africa, East Africa
Serving temperature Hot or cold
Main ingredients :Maida flour, saffron, ghee, sugar 😍
This dessert can be served warm or cold. They have a somewhat chewy texture with a crystallized sugary exterior coating. Citric acid or lime juice is sometimes added to the syrup, as well as rose water. Jalebi is eaten with curd or rabri (North India) along with optional other flavours such as kewra (scented water).
This dish is not to be confused with similar sweets and variants like imarti and chhena jalebi ( wiki)