Beavertown Brewery announced earlier this year that they would be holding a two day beer festival. Tickets sold out swiftly, but my wife, a friend and I bagged one each for the second day. It wasn’t cheap, at £55 including booking fee, but it felt strongly like it had the makings of a very enjoyable day out.
I started the Keto diet on my doctor’s orders. I had never heard of it before. All I heard was no grains, low fruits, dairy, meat, and veggies. All I could think was what am I supposed to eat. After a moment of complete disagreement with my new diet, I started researching what it means to be on the Ketogenic diet. I found a lot of recipes that sounded amazing. I learned about alternative flours, such as almond flour, tapioca flour, and coconut flour. I learned about alternative sugars, like Stevia. I learned how to eat healthy while still having the yummy sweetness that I craved, including an almond flour carrot cake for my birthday that was amazingly delicious!
It's that time of year again when there's a crispness in the air and the leaves are beginning to change. One of the great things about this time of year is that one of my favourites come on sale: apples. You can get so many different varieties now and there are always new ones to try.
Rosé wine has long been somewhat maligned among wine connoisseurs — particularly among purists, due to the fact that it's a blend of different wines together. However, over the years, people have begun to find a lot of merit in rosé wines.
My chocolate chip cookies are so good, you would kill a man just to get a taste. They are really fucking good. Why are they so tasty? Because I break the rules! I don't follow the recipe. (Shh, don't tell Fannie Farmer.)