On one of the hottest day of summer last year, my husband and I rode on our motorbike to Sandbanks in Dorset for a day at the beach. The night before I had googled "best beaches in UK" and the name had come up at the top of the search, so I was intrigued. Sandbanks is a small peninsula on the south English coast: on the east side there's the beautiful sandy beach while the west side faces the Pool
Last Saturday it was my husband's birthday, so as per tradition I made him a birthday cake (last year I made this Norwegian Cream Layer Cake). A few weeks ago I started planning the recipe, with one main restriction as it had to be egg less for my in-laws who are strictly vegetarian (they are currently visiting us from Mumbai). I originally decided to make this Raw Fig Cheesecake by Oh, Ladycakes,
After you get started with outdoor camping there is no going back. I love camping and i am camping for quite some time. I remember the very first time my father and mother had taken me camping, and i can tell you, it absolutely was incredible. The ultimate feeling ever was when i was going to get to sleep in a tent. My the lord, a number of things have shifted since that time. I take my children camping out currently, just as much as i am able to. Me and also my companion have found a spot which is not checked by anyone else, at least we have not discovered any person. It is really fantastic, it's...
RT @TheNextWeb: Moves for iPhone hits 2.0 with a new look, battery saving mode and M7 coprocessor support http://t.co/D9iuUyOkl1 by @Martin… Robert Scoble (@Scobleizer) November 14, 2013 Moves, the activity and location-logging app, has hit version 2.0 on the iPhone today, with updates that should help tackle the perception of the app being a battery hog. Additionally, the app now costs $1.99 wh
A short column I wrote for New Zealand 'Restaurant & Catering News' magazine this month for anyone who is involved in hospitality. Statistics vary but most reports show that New Zealand is right up there as one of the largest consumers of tea per capita in the world. Most of this comes from the consumption of regular tea at home, unlike coffee which sees huge popularity at cafes for good reason. B