Best Ever Scone Recipe

Best Ever Scone Recipe

Are you familiar with the sweet English treat called a scone? Scones are versatile, sweet, or salty pastries from the UK great for breakfast, brunch, or a snack. I personally love them, especially with delicious add-ins like chocolate chips, blueberries, or honey butter. When visiting London this past November, my go-to coffee/breakfast was never complete without a scone. I tried a new bakery and flavor each day and was inspired to work on a recipe of my own. Today I want to share my recipe with all of you, so check it out! Read more

The Best Places To Eat Pasta, Pizza and Gelato in Rome

Places to Eat in Rome

My first thought when booking my trip to Rome was FOOD. I couldn’t wait to try all the delicious wine, pasta, pastries, and gelato. After a few disappointments in touristy areas, I roamed the streets of Trastevere, Vatican City, Monti, and Celio looking for the best places to eat so you don’t have to. A hundred plates and desserts later, here is what I found. Read more

Scotland’s Sticky Toffee Pudding Recipe

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Sticky toffee pudding is my favorite dessert from Scotland. After my last visit, I knew making my own pudding at home was a must. The pudding is a rich cake made with dates, topped with sweet homemade toffee and vanilla ice cream. After a few day’s working on a recipe, I created a perfect pudding that can fulfill any sweet tooth! Check out my delicious recipe today. Read more

Best Banoffee Pie Recipe

Mmm... Banoffee pie.Before my visit to Ireland, I had never heard of Banoffee pie. I quickly learned that this delight is a sweet treat made in the UK/Ireland and I love it! Creamy dulce de leche(caramel), biscoff cookie crust, whip cream, and banana what’s not to love? Let me help you bless your taste buds with a one of kind pie. Keep reading for the recipe. Read more

Must Try Food in Ireland

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Guinness Beef Stew
Making the top of my Irish food list is this stew with a twist. Grass-fed beef, slow cooked with carrots, onion, and potatoes in a beef broth and Guinness beer. Yum! I tried this dish during my stay in Galway and knew immediately it would make my list. Sink your teeth into the tender meat and enjoy every delicious bite. If you’re staying in Galway, Ireland be sure to visit Sonny Malloys and grab yourself a hot bowl of Guinness stew.

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