VEGANISED RECIPE: Liège waffles made with yeasted dough (Luikse wafels)

My parents have recently bought a new panini-maker/tosti-maker/waffle iron, and this is the first time in my life that I have actually owned an appliance to make waffles. Needless to say, I immediately went along and made different types of waffles. I found out that there are two types of Belgian waffles: Waffles from Brussels:…

ANOTHER RETURN

Oh the irony, a little over a month ago I posted that I was going on an adventure and would be back to posting regularly – but since I haven’t posted in a month, it is safe to say things didn’t work out that way. I was a lot busier in China and due to…

MY HAND-KNIT SCARF COLLECTION: Make your own Slytherin scarf!

Hello everybody, this is part 1 out of 6 of my “Hand-knit scarf collection”. To start off with, I thought I would share with you my easiest (and definitely the nerdiest) scarf, inspired by the Harry Potter house Slytherin. This scarf can of course by modified to suit your favourite house. This scarf is the…

I’m back, and I am going on an adventure!

I know I haven’t posted a blogpost in a while, and even though I think nobody really missed me on here, I wanted to announce that I will be posting regularly again – hopefully. The past month or so I have been enjoying a nice holiday away with family, but now I am back again….

Vegan food in Glasgow pt 3 – to the airport and back home

Unfortunate, after two days in Glasgow, it was time for me to head home again. Seeing that I had a transfer on Birmingham, this took me an entire day. I thought I would take you through the new foods I tried on my journey, to also show you that the UK is a very vegan-friendly…

Vegan Food in Glasgow pt. 2 – exploring the city

A new day in Glasgow! I am here visiting my sister and I want to see more of the city, so we decided we would go out for breakfast, after which we would take a hike around the city to see some highlights. To start our day off, we went to Turadh in Glasgow, which…