Happy 4th of July, y'all! You guys, I have been so excited about today’s post because I love love (love) American holidays and all that goes with them! Living outside of the States for the past 10 years, Independence day and Thanksgiving have been my two days every year to celebrate all things American. Nationality and identity are complex, but no matter how long I’ve lived abroad, I always . . .
A taste of London: Brick Lane
Thank goodness for Jonathan, otherwise I’d probably spend way too much all of my time indoors working on my various projects. When I’m not at work, these past few months I’ve either been in the kitchen cooking up new recipes or researching/working on a new DIY idea that I've been dreaming of all week, but didn't have time for. Basically, I've been a homebody since we moved to London. In Paris, we . . .
Weekly meal planning
Working a 9-5 (more like 8-8 in reality, by the time you count the commute) and getting a homemade + healthy + fast meal on the dinner table every night can be quite the challenge. Our routine is usually as follows: do a grocery shop once a week and pick up random things that I think I might want to eat, then do several smaller shops to pick up specific ingredients to make dinner with, once . . .
Hello and welcome to my little corner of the web, seeFoodplay.com! Thanks for stopping by – keep reading to find out why I started this blog, what I plan to publish in terms of content and a few details about me. So the first thing that people tend to ask me about is the name of the blog, where it comes from and what it means. A few months into working on the blog, I was brainstorming names . . .