If you know me or just follow my Instagram you would know, I am crazy about tea! Every time I go back home to see my family in the Czech Republic my mum would buy me tons of boxes of my favs teas and filled my suitcase with them completely!
I have tea for everything! I have maroon red fruit tea for cosy evenings in, green tea with pineapple for summer weekend mornings, rosehip tea full of vitamin C for autumn colds and so on and on…
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This is super easy to cook and the orange makes the chicken taste fresh and juicy.
What will you need:
freshly grounded pepper
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On the Park
(155 London Rd, Burgess Hill RH15 8LH)
I do attach to places a lot. Usually because of the people. When I moved over here to the UK lots of little things in my live were these “first-time” pleasures. The first date, first time making a friend “from scratch”, first time moving to a share house… And every single place, bar, a town I have visited felt all new and ready to make memories.
Last Saturday I went to a cafe here in a tiny, tiny town I live, where I haven´t been over a year. It was called different, decoration was different, but the feeling remained.
Waiters are really sweet, food is nice and fresh, all home cooked… and all those cakes! If you are passing by, this place is worth giving up few minute in your busy lives.
Who doesn´t love the smell of freshly baked bread, buns or baguettes?! And once they cool down you can freeze them in a plastic food bag and keep them for later.
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For me one of the differences between a home and a house is definitely food. Home-made family meals from fresh ingredients, filling the house with a warm lovely smell, welcoming tired family members coming back from work or school. And there is nothing I would love more than smell of apples and cinnamon. Continue reading “Favourite Apple Pie”