I like to spend all my disposable income on make up and going out to places and doing things. So when it comes to my home food I do live life on a budget.
When it comes to selecting food I tend to go for own store brand (with some exceptions like butter, coffee, crisps) so it does need some TLC to taste nice. In no means I’m a chef so 90% of the time it does go wrong, because I like my food to be over cooked when it comes to home cooking so I won’t die from food poisoning, but I have faith in myself and sometimes good things like this pizza go right.
Read on to see how I made a plain pizza look fancy.
Yesterday I decided to visit Kaspa Cardiff that my friends have all been raving about! I was excited to see what all the fuss was about and how it looked inside.
Kaspa’s are known for their large deserts, and their menu includes waffles, crepes, sundaes, milkshakes, soda floats and smoothies. When I entered the building the air smelt sweet and there was a large queue with a 30 minute wait, which I did not mind as I love my food. The look of the place looked a lot like if Eds diner met a night club. It is beautiful.
Candy Kittens is landing in Cardiff for 3 days in it’s very own pop up shop!
Candy Kittens are a fashion and confectionery brand with a modern twist, perfect for candy and fashion lovers across Britain!
Started by Made In Chelsea’s Jamie Laing in 2012 the company has gone from strength to strength. He brings classic British sweets back to life with modern colours and a fresh look at affordable prices. The brand also has fun clothing with some of Jamie’s favourite slogans printed on, so you can look as sweet as the candy does! Jamie certainly knows how to create perfect sweet treats, thanks to him being the heir of McVities!
The pop up shop is open from 24th of January 2014 till 26th of January 2014 in Cardiff, 26 Royal Arcade, so you can browse at the yummy fashion and candy. Jamie Laing and his team will be there as well, so pop in and say hi!