I started writing this post thinking that I could somehow figure out how to explore and explain London’s area guides sequentially but I GIVE UP THEIR NAMING SYSTEM IS MAD.
Sometimes I make things that I like, but Jack doesn’t like, and then it means a lot of food for me. I should try doing this more often.
For the longest that I can remember, my mum’s always been able to make these fabulous dumplings (鍋貼) by hand. Time to follow in dear old Mum’s footsteps!
*doo doo doooooo doo doo dooooo… do do do… do do do* That was my impression of the Doctor Who theme. I know, I’m a prodigy.
Considering that I’m more of a eater than a drinker, and that we have a local favourite watering hole, we’ve had plenty of chance to review the food at the White Horse. This is probably the most extensive review I’ve ever done on a restaurant.
The interesting thing about England is that the pub is where things happen. Interested in getting to know your co-workers? Go to the pub. Interested in getting to know a guy / gal? Go to the pub. Want to learn some new recreational sports? Go to the pub.
You would have thought by now that I’d have realized maintaining a regular blog takes a lot of time and commitment. But nope, I’m still just starting to learn, just like we’re still learning a lot living on our own for the first time in our lives.
The fun thing about going to a different country are the sweets you’ll find, since oftentimes these treats can be so region-specific. Here, sweets are defined as chocolates or candies, but not biscuits, which will take up a different category.