In this post I will explain how to put together a rock solid banana muffin recipe that is both quick and delicious. This is probably the absolute opposite of the healthy banana muffin recipe that I have posted earlier on the site. But that is totally fine, since there is room in life for both.
This is my current boss’s favourite ice cream and the man knows his ice cream. My wife, on the other hand, is not so much into ice cream. Nor is she much into food, really. When I told her my next post is a cookies and cream ice cream recipe she replied she misses Prince. Okay, then.
Right folks, here is my selection of the best all-purpose knives available for you in your kitchen. Wherever your kitchen may be. These knives can do most jobs, you do not need a “set” of knives that are rubbish quality and go blunt in a month. Honestly, don’t go for a wooden block crap; it’s just taking up the valuable real estate on your kitchen counter. You really only need two good knives, a large one and a small one, so, here we go.
It’s one of those things. You live in an area and you keep putting off exploring certain parts of it because, well, you live there and there will be plenty of time to explore later. There were these buildings between Nice and Antibes that caught my eye early on. I mean, they are hard to miss. They look like a broken up Roman amphitheatre. They are massive. You can see them as you land at the Nice. You can see them if you from the beaches in Antibes. You sort of wonder what they are and then you move on and forget about it. At least if you are like me.
This is a bit of a left-field post, I know. I am filing it under Travel, which I guess is appropriate enough. I am British, my wife is (born-in-the-ex-Yugoslavia) Canadian, and we live in France. With Brexit looming large and expat status in doubt all over Europe, my beautiful wife thought it would be a good idea for me to go along to the prefecture in Nice and try to get myself a carte de sejour.
Plage Mala has to be one of the most beautiful beaches on the Côte d’Azur. I first discovered it several years ago while on the train coming from the direction of Nice. As I approached Cap D’Ail train station, a small bay nestled at the bottom of some seriously steep rocks popped into my view. Crystal clear azure water, big rocks to jump off, a couple of beach restaurants, a few boats anchored and people having more fun than me sitting on the train. But how on earth do I get there???