Fuelled by an obscene amount of Hungarian wine and ice cream over the past four days I racked up a total of 55,632 steps (or 24.6 miles if you’re not a FitBit fiend), taking in what is deservingly the Best European Destination 2019. If you’ve been lucky enough to visit Budapest and check out their foodie scene, you may well recognise some of these gems I enjoyed:
I’m just back from a few days in Budapest with my kids (grown-up ones!) where we were really surprised and delighted by the variety of food and wine we enjoyed. My daughter makes an excellent tour guide (I think she’s wasted in Insurance) and she loves to seek out the best options for us to try.
As reported in previous blogs there are more refugees in the world than ever before, numbering some 65million and over half of them are children. The civil war in South Sudan is one of the most severe humanitarian crises in the world and Ethiopia has opened its borders to 375,000 refugees living in camps and host communities in the Gambella region.
You only have to see my Jellybean team photo to know that I love peanut butter! As my favourite food it seemed only fitting to look into the history of this scrumptious nutty spread and what makes it so delicious.
The humble biscuit, it’s crumbly, sweet and sugary.
Tea and biscuits have for a long time been the power couple behind solving a multitude of problems, partners in a crime, they’re an irresistible duo. Originating from a flat storable version of bread, dating back to Roman times, cooked once, removed from the oven and cooked again, this is how the biscuit was given its Latin name ‘bis cotus’; meaning twice baked.