Archives for posts with tag: food

The street lights turning on just as I walked under them. Twice.

This is going to hurt. By Adam Kay. I read it in 24hours.

Making a very green soup

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Vegan filled pasta from Waitrose. Actually all the things in Waitrose. I might start shopping there.

New headphones.

Being out the office a lot. NOx-ing, looking at lampposts and going to the other office.

A long massage

The totally bonkers hamam experience with Soph

Delicious lunch post-hamam

Another Roger salad for breakfast

He text me first!

Learning how to weave. I absolutely loved it

Scrambled tofu on toast for breakfast. With tomatoes and kale.

Vietnamese aubergine hotpot.

Dinner at Ed and Laura’s. Plus Laura’s brother. Who doesn’t eat fruit.

(Plus my new bag and print)

The brazen morning fox, trotting along the pavement as I walked to work

The new series of Grace and Frankie on Netflix. I’ve been waiting for a long time for this!

Delicious salmon katsu curry accidentally followed by a delicious crêpe

This tweet

Non frozen bread. And jam.

Yoga at home

Finally got my vagina survey up and on the internet

Two portions of curry. Too much but so delicious.

Some silliness at work. Me and Sarah calling Adam a prick. Chats about nicknames.

The morning sky

The squirrel I spotted hopping along the train line wall, high up and silhouetted against the sky

TEN portions of fruit and veg today. And a day of being totally vegan.

Mornings on my own in the flat.

Lots of dating activity. Went on one whilst arranging another. And got asked on another (although I feel bad about that one)

Scrambled tofu. First time. Loved it.

The Supremes as vulvas, from Alex.

Vegan haggis. No idea why it was called haggis but it was so tasty.

A casual morning, waking up next to Han and going out for brunch before cake and The Office

A day with Jonny – Assassin’s Creed, organic shopping and sewing

New table

Cooking new things

Dinner. Eating all the right things. Come on guts, let’s do this.

Lots of OKC messages. Must be doing something a lot better this time.

Finishing the course and being a trained Mental Health First Aider. That feels good.

A meandering walk down any path that takes my fancy on Hampstead Heath. Featuring beautiful trees.

The Natural History Museum. The building is so impressive.

Cooking both aubergine and tofu. Not cooked either before and they turned out good!

Buffet breakfast. Double pancakes.

Pirate ship across the lake.

A lovely walk up and down the 400 year old road, covered in moss.

With a tea stop in an old tea house. Plus rice thing.

The beautiful, peaceful, gorgeous onsen.

The sneaky orgasm.

The tiny cake thing that we watched getting made.

Video calling Jo.

Freddie’s open mouth sleeping. Like Han.

The various travel methods to get from Teshima to Hakone. Walking, ferry, trains, tiny trains, funicular trains and a cable car.

My Michael Bublé joke.

The Story about our Google translate history.

The beautiful onsen. Sitting in the steaming water outside under the stars was lovely.

Buffet. Big huge buffet. With too many desserts.

Wearing the yukata to said buffet. #pantsfreebuffet

The art house on Naoshima that was totally dark but also actually wasn’t. Really cool. Left you smiling and laughing at how your mind and your eyes work.

The ferry across to Teshima.

The adorable tiny cafe for lunch with the vegetarian meal and the creamy vegetables and the fruit because we had no meat.

Hiring electric bikes. It felt so free and fun. And so necessary to have the electric boost!

The red art house with the fish and the mirrored toilet.

But mainly, Teshima Art Museum. I’ve never been to an exhibition or gallery as good in my life. It’s knocked all the rest of them off the top. It was incredible. The size, the shapes, the light, the water and the way it moved. The way it left no trace. It was outstanding.

Discovering our creepy looking hostel is actually an adorable place with a beautiful shower room and a delicious vegetarian dinner. Don’t just a hotel by its run down Soviet looking cover.

Naoshima. The lines, the curves, the light, the galleries, the nature, the cute streets, the heat. It is perfect.

The walk back from the gallery to the hostel.

The crab. Gabby the Crabby.

A carrot and egg sandwich. With raisins.

Kurama and Kibune. Even though Kurama was mostly shut because of the typhoon damage.

The Buddhist lunch. I love soba noodles.

The cute train up to the villages.

Elegant trains.

Spotting an actual geisha.

The beautiful tiny streets with wooden houses and lanterns.

Wandering. Always wandering.

Walking around an art gallery without shoes on. That should be a thing in more places. Plus the little meditation area.

The temple in the dark. Glowing lanterns.

Sushi. I liked it!

A hot gin cocktail.

The tiramisu pancake thing.

Swaying bamboo at the bamboo forest

The golden temple

The buckwheat soba noodles we ate just outside the temple

The beautiful entrance ticket

Wandering in the giant, empty park

Finding green tea KitKat’s

Fig cake

The tiny dog that peed on me

Organic vegetarian meal in a cute restaurant upstairs

Vintage shopping

Just wandering through the streets of Kyoto. It feels a little bit French.

Delicious fat toast

Hanging out with Robbie and Matt

The huge old houses in Takayama

Big wild salmon

Floof

The 4th best restaurant in all of Japan. And it was incredible. He made everything infront of us and it was all just perfect.

Ball lols at the café

Waiting for the typhoon to hit from the bar at the top of their hotel.

We’re in Tokyo!! And our hostel is ADORABLE. Beautiful, books everywhere and floor to ceiling windows.

Mad big crossing. Not even the maddest biggest crossing.

The most delicious meal ever. And it was our first one.

The light through the trees outside the office this morning.

Another jumpery, sunny lunch in the park.

Pizza and avocado. Perfect first day of period dinner.

Quiet sunny lunch at home after some work in a different, prettier office

Feeling happier and chattier. Talking to Sarah and doing a bit of mental health championing.

Chatting and poppadoms with my cousin

I tried an Ofo bike. It was pretty exhilarating to cycle to work!

Watching Elder Millennial.

Clean, white, ironed bedsheets.

Quorn in my curry. Not something I usually have but it was actually really delicious.

Delicious breakfast at the bridge cafe. And she liked my shirt.

Delicious diner at Madam and Adam. Mega friendly staff and the food was so good. Even the mushroom leather.

Looking down over the river from the old bridge.

All the dogs.

Doing a forward roll down the grass after a bottle of wine.

Sex around the flat after more beers.

Hot chocolate. I’ve been craving one for weeks.

Potatoes and butter.

Adam running down the stairs after me shouting ‘wait for meeee’

Realising I’d had a huge lie in.

Cherries and grapes

Potatoes and butter

Realising I’d had a huge lie in.

Cherries and grapes

Potatoes and butter

Getting the window seat.

The lovely turns of phrases from the southern people on the podcast.

Decorating gingerbread men to look like us. (Terrible photo but I just wanted to eat them)