Growing up as an expat I feel like I had a very different experience to a lot of people and while some are enthralled with my stories there are a handful of people who judge me quite harshly so I just wanted to set the record straight for myself and my fellow expat kids that we are not all spoilt brats.
Going paleo may seem like a sentence for house arrest, especially during the Whole30 when what you can and can't eat is pretty strict. But it doesn't have to be, you can be compliant even when you're out and about.
Any easy side dish that goes perfectly with any meal and makes for perfect leftovers - an ideal thing to prep at the start of the week and keep for lunches and grab and go meals. Plus it's paleo friendly and super good for you. Ingredients 1 large Sweet potato peeled and cut into cubes 1 … Continue reading Recipe: Tumeric Sweet Potatoes [Paleo]
This delicious and easy dinner cooks for long enough that you can stick it on before work and come home to a freshly cooked meal. No fuss, no stess and completely paleo friendly! (depending on your choice of sides) Ingredients Topside roast 1tsp cumin 2tsp garlic paste 1/2 large white onion 200ml bone broth 1/2tsp … Continue reading Recipe: Mexican Pulled Beef [Paleo]
This paleo friendly snack will have convert all coconut lovers to a sugar free version of their favourite chocolate bar. Ingredients 300g Shredded coconut Coconut oil 2tsp cacao/coco powder Honey How to In a bowl mix the coconut with enough oil to wet all of it. Add a small drizzle of honey (leave this out … Continue reading Recipe: Bounty Bars [Paleo]
Some times your traditional tomato salsa is just a little bit too run of the mill every dish so why not switch things up with this fresh and flavoursome, oh so simple, mango salsa.
My latest decor obsession (and yes I have a lot of them) is copper...copper everything. I am obsessed, it pairs so well with white, grey and marble interiors making it a perfect highlight for living rooms, dining rooms and kitchens.
Tired of the same old Iftar offerings everywhere you go? Check out these offerings for something a little different.
What better way to break your fast than with amazing food and a spectacular view? With Al Maeda you get both. From the most stunning decor to an array of mouth-watering dishes everything about this restaurant makes it an easy choice for an Iftar with family or friends. Located at the Double Tree by Hilton … Continue reading Iftar Review: Al Maeda
Dubai can be a pretty pricey place to live, I'm sure most of us have felt the pinch at one time or another, so how do you save money? Why not start with a few things to do with your weekends that won't cost you more than getting there. 1. Chill with the flamingos Head … Continue reading 10 Free things to do in Dubai (that aren’t window shopping)