Blog Archive 2018 • Cat Morley

Sep

08
 
East Dulwich
We decided to spend the day exploring East Dulwich with all of it's cute shops and cafe. Even though it's quite a posh part of London it's still covered in awesome street art and murals.
07
 
Garlic & Miso Mushroom Tagliatelle
I spotted this gorgeous duck shell wok on sale for half price and had to get it. On the hunt for a new recipe to try it out with, I picked up some sprouted spelt tagliatelle. It worked a treat an...
05
 
Cafe East
We headed to Surrey Quays for this week's Date Night, ending up at Cafe East, a very popular Vietnamese restaurant which meant having to queue for half an hour. Luckily the food and Vietnamese ice...
04
 
Oxymoron
Tom and I recently discovered a new favourite pub in Kennington called The Oxymoron. It has a chandelier hanging outside and is decorated with antiques, fairy lights and quirky finds which is exax...
03
 
Geisha Porridge
Inspired by the Black Rice Bowl I tried at Foxcroft & Ginger at the weekend, I decided to try making porridge using black rice. The result was my Geisha Porridge with blackberries, coconut and...
02
 
Streatham Kite Day
It was Streatham Kite Day so we headed to Streatham Common this morning to check it out. We didn't stay too long as we soon got hungry for brunch. We headed to Foxcroft & Ginger, a bakery in ...
01
 
Homies On Donkeys
We headed to St Katharine Docks this morning and the marina looked so pretty with all the flowers in bloom. We went for brunch at White Mulberries, a cute little cafe on the dock. Tom had his usu...

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