With coronavirus and lockdown throwing us through a loop, to say the least, we may have gotten into a bit of a drinking phase. For a lot of us off work or with daily stresses of home life kicking us in the butt, it seems only natural that many of us turned to a few more beverages during our day to make the time pass by smoother. In saying this, despite however you’re dealing with this pandemic being totally valid, it is important to consider how we can be smarter and healthier about our drinking post-lockdown.
Papaya fruit naturally contains a super enzyme known as papain which can do wonders for your skin. Additionally, papaya contains vitamins A and C – both of which are well regarded for their antioxidant and anti-ageing properties. It can be found in the ingredients list of luxury beauty products, however we recommend our homemade face mask recipe below for a cheap and easy fix!
To an unfamiliar eye, Stroncatura could be mistaken for a sort of wholewheat linguine. Calabrians, however, will identify it immediately. Once an illegal good that was sold covertly under the table behind closed doors, the flavoursome pasta is now considered high cuisine and is well loved by Michelin-starred chefs.
To Eat is To Travel: Until the global lockdown ends and we’re able to travel freely, we have to find ways to celebrate other destinations and cultures from home. How better to do so than with the food we eat. Here are 10 Instagram accounts run by nomadic foodies from around the world that will inspire your next meal.
The sun is out and summer is just around the corner. Although we can’t say with confidence what this season will bring in terms of travel yet, just the thought of sitting outdoors enjoying a glass of wine with friends after long months of social distancing fills us with excitement and anticipation.
We’ve handpicked the bottles you should stock up on for the upcoming summer; the fruity, the fresh and the utterly fabulous!
Entomophagy, the process of eating bugs, such as crickets, cockroaches or beetles, is becoming more and more popular worldwide. Global awareness of the impact of farming on climate change has increased immensely in recent years due to popular documentaries such as ‘Cowspiracy’; fuelling activism and much needed change among society.
With bugs being a readily available, high source of protein it seems a no brainer to introduce them into our diets.