Thursday, 29 December 2016

My Favourite songs of 2016 so far!

Hey guys, can you actually believe we're closing this year in less than 48 hours :-)

I really cannot believe we have come this far especially on my blog and on my Youtube....

Thank you all so much for your support through the years..

Today I wanna share with you some of the songs I've been loving so far in 2016.. Share yours if you also have some...

Have a wonderful New Years and stay safe :-)

In no particular order, here are my fav 2016 songs.

Rihanna ft Drake- Work

One Direction- History

Robbie Williams- Love My Life

Justin Timberlake- Like I Love You

Little Mix-Shout out to My Ex

James Arthur- Say You Won't Let Go

Drake ft Wizkid- One Dance

Jess Glynne- Take Me Home

Mr Eazi ft Efya- Skintight

Adele- Send my Love

Korede Bello- Do Like That

Tekno- Duro

Tory Lanez- Luv

Vybz kartel- Fever

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

How to Make Egg Roll- (Nigerian Dumplings)

Hey guys welcome back to my blog...  So I just got back from work and cannot be bothered to make dinner, I decided to make hubby and I some Nigerian Egg roll since he loves boiled eggs and a lady deserves a break from the Kitchen sometimes right lol ;-)

 I had all the ingredients at home (which makes it easy), so I popped into my kitchen and got everything together and made some Egg rolls served with some nice sweet Tea lol.

Check the video out here-

Self raising flour or Plain Flour
Hard Boiled Eggs
1 teaspoon of salt to taste
2 tablespoons of sugar
1 tablepoon of Baking powder
5 tablespoons of Butter
1 glass of lukewarm water
Vegetable oil for deep frying


Sieve the flour into a big bowl, add the baking powder and salt. Mix well and add the butter, use fingers to mix thoroughly until it becomes crumbly. Add the water, mix well until thick and in a ball form. Once thick, roll with a dough roller and section with a dough cutter or bowl to make round cuts on the rolled out dough.

Place the egg in the centre of the round cuts  and Close the dough.

Pre heat your pan with the vegetable oil and allow to heat for at least 10 minutes on low heat. Pop the egg roll in and fry until golden brown. By the way I don't like my Egg roll burnt, I like it lightly fried (golden brown).

And there you have it, easy weesey :-)

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Sunday, 11 December 2016

Christmas Cupcakes


For the Cupcakes-
150g of Butter
150g of caster sugar
3 Eggs
125g of Self raising Flour
25g of Cocoa Powder
 ½tsp of Baking Powder
Festive millions decorations

For the Buttercream-
150g of Butter
250g of Icing Sugar

Prep time- 30 mins

Bake time- 15-20 mins

Video tutorial here-

For the Cupcakes
Preheat the oven to 180℃, now line your cupcake tin with 12 cupcake cases. Next step is to place the butter and caster sugar in a bowl and mix well with either a wooden spoon or an electric mixer until light and fluffy. Now beat the eggs and gradually add into the mix a little at a time until its smooth.
(Tip- add a little bit of flour if the mixture curdles)

Now add the Flour, cocoa powder and baking powder and mix well until very smooth.

Fill each cupcake case with 2/3 of the mixture and bake for about 15 to 20 minutes.

For the Buttercream

Add the butter and icing sugar into a mixing bowl, add 2 teaspoons of boiling water and mix well  until smooth.
Now add into a piping bag with a large star nozzle and pipe on top of each cake, add the millions decorations and serve.

Monday, 5 December 2016

Restaurant Review- The Star Chalton Bedfordshire

So I had the opportunity to visit this restaurant; its has been on my radar for a while and I finally had the chance to visit. This time I visited with 4 of my colleagues around lunchtime on a Friday.
I booked a table for 5 about a week prior and instantly got a confirmation email and text message.

So here's my verdict below:-


As soon as we got to the door, there was no-one at the bookings section, so we had to wait a few seconds before we were approached by a gentleman who took us straight to our table. The great thing is we had a booking so a table was already allocated to us which came in very handy as it was just a bit busy. 

Here's a cross-sectional picture of the area we sat at the end of the restaurant, a bit close to the garden area, so we had a good view.


I opted out on the Starter as I'm more of a Pudding type of girl and plus 3 courses would be too much for me.

So I had Steak & Sweet Potato Fries with some onion rings and side leaf garnish.

As you can see my colleague and I were clearly caught in the moment, having a really nice time at the Star...

One of my colleagues had Mash Potato with Lamb shank and veggies which he really really enjoyed.

Another person had the Veggie Burger with Sweet Potato Fries

Here's Steak, Bacon & Cheese with some French fries that my other colleague had.

For dessert- I had the Millionaires Cheesecake

Overall I enjoyed my time there, I cannot really fault the restaurant but the only thing is we went on Friday afternoon and I had to change my order as they didn't have ribs which was quiet disappointing.