Thursday, 7 March 2019

A trip to New York City, part 2

As always with any of my blog posts, you can click on any of the photos to enlarge.

This is part two of my series about my recent trip to New York City. To read part one, just click here.

On day two of our visit to New York, Paul had the day off from work so we headed straight to the all-vegan Champs Diner in Brooklyn that morning which had been highly recommended to us by several people and we were not disappointed! On the left is the Benedict with what Americans call hash browns (somewhat different to what we think of over here!) and on the right is the Breakfast Slam. Both were exceptionally good!

Two English muffins covered in a yellow sauce with salad and a pile of fried grated potato.Full cooked breakfast with sausages, fried grated potato, seitan bacon, scrambled tofu and pancakes.

Wednesday, 6 March 2019

A trip to New York City, part 1

Last month I visited New York City for my first trip ever to the city and I had an amazing time! Being February it was still pretty cold outside, so I made the most of enjoying the plethora of museums and art galleries in the city over the five days I was there, not to mention eating some outstanding vegan food.

View looking out over New York City on a slightly cloudy day. Empire State Building is in the centre.
View of New York City from Top of the Rock

Sunday, 6 January 2019

Using up bananas and making applesauce

In November I posted about getting a new regular veg box delivery every fortnight, which also includes some fruit. So far it’s been a great success, with some really tasty and interesting fresh, local and organic produce arriving at my doorstep every two weeks. However, whilst we’re generally getting through the contents of the box most fortnights, every now and again we end up with some fruit coming to the end of its shelf life - particularly bananas and occasionally apples.

Two ripe bananas lying on a kitchen worktop.