Being an East End girl, formerly of The Gorbals, I used to take things from pubs all the time. Glasses mainly, usually half full, drinking while walking home, toilet paper, the odd bottle of Vodka from behind the bar if the staff weren’t looking. Now I only take away memories, old and new. Continue reading “Kirkhouse”
The East End of Glasgow might not be known for its culture, sophistication and class but the locals do know about good food and value for money. Last night I put my bet on a new and very chic eatery, which is sure to be a massive hit with East Enders and anyone else who cares to take a trip down Shettleston Road!
You will love it!
If you are looking for creative, contemporary cuisine influenced by a fusion of Thai, Malay and Chinese influences then look no further. Ward winning chef Stephen will delight your taste buds with his twist on Asian dishes!
Entering Rossini’s I’m transported to Deliceto, Foggia where my 19-year old self had her first plate of orecchiette. Every meal for me is a new experience and back then it was exiting, new, romantic and delicious!
Do you ever get that sinking feeling in the afternoon?
I love a hefty breakfast and think about coffee as I go to sleep. Overnight porridge is my go to at the moment because it’s pre-prepared and easy; bit like myself actually. I’m always willing and able but that’s for another platform and not really appropriate for a daytime audience!
In the words of the song, sometimes the best things are there;
‘Sta ‘nfronta te!’
They are right there in front of us and we become so familiar we no longer recognise the goodness, kindness, love and suddenly, it’s gone!Sometimes we need to go back to the beginning, maybe toa time when we had less but wanted more. Did we all crave to be better and move on to bigger, better, shiny new ‘things’?
What do you love about Glasgow? This City is awash with culture, hospitality, centres of excellence and fun loving people. We have restaurants, pubs, theatres and some of the best universities in the world. For the first time though I’ve tasted Russian food and was delicious. Read on to find out more about Cossachok!
The story of Rip Van Winkle is set in the Catskill Mountains before the American Revolution. It was a “region full of fable”, holding many memories within its mounds. My town never sleeps and is always vibrant and exciting. Read on to find out more about what’s happening in Glasgow. Continue reading “Rip Van Winkle!”
What’s the first thing you think of when you smell coffee and where do you think it comes from? There are many myths and legends regarding the origins but I love the funny, charming one about Kaldi and his dancing goats. It might not be true but it certainly is one of the most entertaining. What do you think? Continue reading “History of Coffee!”