The thing we love about food is….

    We eat to live and live to eat. So whether you’re in the shredding or the bulking phase, you’re sure to find something below to make you hangry (so hungry it makes you angry!).

    This is the place where we will detail the cool things that we eat across the world, our favourites from living in Spain and interesting dishes that we pick up on our travels. Enjoy!

    Posts about Food

    What to Eat in Japan – More Than Sushi

    If you visit Japan and just stick to eating sushi or ramen, you are doing it wrong. Japan is a foodie’s delight, with a plethora of food options that will please all tastes. Fresh seafood, flavoursome soups and delicious street food are just a small selection of the...

    Street XO Madrid – Restaurant Review

    Situated just a short walk from the hustle and bustle of central Madrid, Street XO is three star Michelin chef David Muñoz’s side project and gift to the masses. If innovative and creative gourmet dishes served amongst a loud and theatrical environment and at...

    Torrijas Recipe: A Heavenly Dessert from Spain

    Torrijas (pronounced tor-ri-ha-s) are one of the many guilty pleasure treats I learnt to make whilst living in Spain. When I first tasted them, I was surprised at how delicious and full of flavour a simple dessert could be. I swear from the first bite, my eyes became...

    Malaysian Cooking at LaZat & Kari Ayam Recipe

    It’s no secret that we are foodies. We love to cook food almost as much as we love to eat it. Tasting dishes around the world is one of the things we prioritise when we travel. From learning how to cook croquetas in Spain, to finding new dishes I’m inspired to learn...

    Eating Our Way Around Penang

    Penang is known as the food capital of Malaysia, and it’s no wonder why. Every street in Georgetown, the most popular area of the island, is lined with restaurants, cafes and hawkers selling the most delicious dishes you can imagine. Forget all the temples on the...

    For the love of food!

    One thing to note, the Valencians love their food. Which works just fine for me, as it’s a passion I can relate to. Lunches, I’ve found, are an exercise in itself. Most places offer 2 dishes, bread, dessert and a drink for one low price. My first day at...

    Spanish cooking lesson – Spanish Tortilla

    Yesterday I had my first cooking lesson in Spanish. The cuisine was an old time favourite: la tortilla. This was one of the plates we enjoyed on our last visit to Spain so I was excited to say the least when my mama told me she was going to teach me how to cook it....

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