I finally made it to Potbelly in the southside. From their amazing Instagram pictures and glowing reviews from friends I felt like I was missing out. The hot cakes did not disappoint, but they were almost too pretty to eat.…
Platform has become one of my favourite haunts in Glasgow. It’s only open over the weekend, but I enjoy walking there with Indie, getting a beer and eating from the stalls. Unfortunately I’ve only seen the Mana Poke people once (some of the stalls rotate), which is disappointing as I fell in love with poke since trying it in California.
After speaking in Nottingham at New Adventures, I went to London for the weekend. I had a meeting on Monday, but decided to, y’know, do London just for fun for a few days.
I invited Brittany with me. We ate lots of food (can’t stop thinking about the mac and cheese at Camden Market), had lots of drink (half pints of Camden Hells), walked all over the city and visited Bram Stoker’s house. Win!
My friend, Ayden, moved into a proper grown-up home with a garden. The previous owner has planted lots of fruit and vegetables, so I took some rhubarb home. I haven’t had rhubarb since I was a kid, which I used to dip in sugar. My metabolism wouldn’t forgive me for that now, so I just boiled it and washed it down with black coffee. It was a tasty breakfast!
Wow, I had an amazing time at Helen Vass‘ Dulce, a dessert pop-up. Seriously, I can’t sing Helen’s praises enough and I’m going to keep my eye on Dulce returning in the future. I’ll let the pictures do the talking (not that they can convey how delicious this was).