Hi everyone! I hope you’re well. Congratulations on surviving the stresses of January and welcome back to my blog.
I’ve had an absolutely incredible month. Kick Start 2018 seems to have well and truly kick started my blog and I’m over the moon with the response. I’m so happy that you guys enjoyed it so much! As a result, I am happy to say that February will also have a theme of its own. It’s very different, but I’m so excited to finally share it with you all…Around the World in 28 Days, my next series of posts, celebrates the diversity and culinary genius of our world. We’re going to go on a journey to 8 different countries around the world and experience a multitude of different styles of cooking. One thing I’ve learnt since getting into cooking is that we can learn a lot by checking out our brothers and sisters overseas and letting them show us how it’s done. It’s so important for us students to keep our cooking interesting and exciting!
The recipes I’m writing for this series may not be completely authentic. I’m going to use international cuisine as inspiration for student-friendly meals. As always, my main priority is to keep the recipes fuss-free, nutritious and delicious – which, in fairness, a lot of cooking around the world is. Ultimately, the theme at the heart of this series is variety. Let’s cook stuff we don’t usually cook and try something new. I’ve been fascinated by some of the national dishes I’ve come across whilst researching for this series and am so excited to share them with you all.
So, as always, keep cooking, be happy and enjoy your food. Let me know what you think of the series, hit me up if you give any of the recipes a go and be sure to get in touch if you have any suggestions for future series! Check out the new “Follow” button on my main menu if you want to recieve email notifications whenever a new recipe is released. I’d appreciate it!
I’m looking forward to celebrating the diversity of our world with all of you.