More experiments in sugar-free baking

I’ve already fallen off the sugar (and booze) wagon, since I started an anti-candida diet last week, caving in to G&Ts and some of Tom’s delicious¬†sourdough this week. But there’s only one thing for it when you fall off the horse, and that’s to climb back on it. And so to aid me in sticking… Continue reading More experiments in sugar-free baking

“Breakfast pie” – or fish pie for fussy folk who don’t like fish

We’ve been eating a lot of bread recently as a family, since we started making our own sourdough, and to put it frankly it’s not good for my hips. With the kids eating fresh bread for breakfast and homemade sourdough pizza last night – which – don’t get me wrong, was truly a thing of… Continue reading “Breakfast pie” – or fish pie for fussy folk who don’t like fish

Grain-free raspberry pancakes for breakfast

I’ve long ago given up on trying to be too clever about breakfasts. Life’s too short, and I’m normally in too much of a rush. If I’m lucky, the kids will eat something from each food group – normally Oatabix or nukruwaved porridge, made with, if I’ve been organised and bought it from Broadway Market,… Continue reading Grain-free raspberry pancakes for breakfast

Vu Viet, Victoria Park Village

We’ve been going to Vu Viet since it was Namo’s, and owned by parents at the local school. Back then, it was the highlight of the tap end of the village, tucked away to the right of the roundabout we once overlooked from our flat at the heart of the rapidly gentrifying Lauriston Road. Namos… Continue reading Vu Viet, Victoria Park Village

The Thai Room, Bow, E3

East London Thai in a tucked away location After a quick and easy Thursday night supper, we went to the Thai Room which is located in the still secluded Bow Wharf, of the Regent’s Canal, and tucked away from the main shops and restaurants of Victoria Park Village, near where we live. We are spoiled… Continue reading The Thai Room, Bow, E3