Czech food traditionally is a lot to do with meat, potatoes, dumplings and beer. However, whilst that is still a key part of national dishes, the city’s gastronomical prowess is now about way more than just the basics. These days there are some really fantastic places to eat in Prague. I recently ran the Prague marathon and in the spirit of carb-loading I tried out quite a few restaurants in order to…

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Sometimes, brunch needs to be a little more exciting than something on toast. After a weekend morning workout, I like to cook up something really wholesome and filling – especially in the colder months. Inspired by my time living in Spain & Costa Rica, these spicy baked eggs take from the idea of huevos rancheros – spicy and satisfying. Spicy Baked Eggs Serves 2  1/2 red onion, diced 1 large…

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The other night, we were flicking through Netflix and happened upon a documentary entitled ‘A Year in Burgundy’ that followed the winemakers of Bourgogne for a full year in their vineyards. I’ve really developed an interest in winemaking and wine tasting over the past few years. We were lucky enough to visit Bourgogne and spend not a quite a year, but a weekend in Burgundy whilst at my friend’s wedding a couple of…

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Every now and then, I love a good labour-intensive meal. It’s amazing to just lose yourself on a Sunday in a recipe, especially when you have great memories of the meal that you are making. Growing up, my parents were both teachers which meant that we we lucky enough to go on a lot of family holidays. For years, every October half term, we would head off with my godparents and…

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