Tangy Tahini Salad Dressing

Being from Cyprus, I grew up eating intense Mediterranean flavours, with many being influenced by the middle east. We put lemon on just about anything and everything I ate was always packed with flavour. The majority of my weekday lunches are salads and usually it’s a dump of anything and everything I find in myContinue reading “Tangy Tahini Salad Dressing”

The Highs and Lows of Being an Expat Family

Back in 2015, I moved to the Middle East after being in a long-distance relationship with my then-boyfriend, now husband, Terence. After a civil marriage and a year of living carefree as a couple, we became pregnant with our first son, Max. I was never someone that dreamt of having a family so I didn’tContinue reading “The Highs and Lows of Being an Expat Family”

The Dirty World of Denim

The more I discover about the world of fast fashion, the more I’m shocked and saddened by what I see. After giving birth to my second son in April, I haven’t been able to comfortably fit back into my pre-pregnancy jeans. If I really suck my tummy in and hold my breath, I can fastenContinue reading “The Dirty World of Denim”

Creamy Cauliflower Masala

When I worked a full-time office job, I had very little time when I got home in the early evening to cook complex dinners. I didn’t want to compromise on the health or nutrition of my family so over the years, I created a few staple dishes that have become a regular feature in myContinue reading “Creamy Cauliflower Masala”