Month: July 2019

  • Tomatoes, basil, breadcrumbs

    Tomatoes, basil, breadcrumbs

    Finally, the sun is out. England is basking in a humdinger of a heat-wave and there are a lot of grouchy faces because of it. Britain simply can’t cope in extreme weather. We’re used to the sultry heights of 25°C which is an excuse for us to strip down to swimwear and sunbathe. Right now, […]

  • Mexico


    Much like when I walked out of my hotel on that first morning in Mexico City, I don’t really know where to start. That day, I took a confident right turn then did a 180 after two blocks, hurrying back past the hotel eyes averted as though this was what I intended to do. This […]