A deepening interest in photography and following certain blogs has me seeing things differently these days.
This anglophile went back to Geales in London after more than a dozen years and found it had gotten more posh. But the fish and chips were spot on.
Kitty Fisher’s in London is a foodie’s dream! The staff treated me like I was royalty and served me a meal that to match. The ambience is an appealing mix of cozy old England and fresh, trendy-foodie-creative.
London’s busy sidewalks, hustle and bustle, and general air of festivity and expectation recalls the lyrics of the Christmas classic, Silver Bells.
Lidgate’s is a carnivorous cook’s dream! There’s a huge selection of meats, fish, poultry, sausages, cheeses, pies, condiments, cured meats and deli items.
We all have our beloved family comfort foods, and the memories they conjure more than make up for the lack of taste, sophistication or spice. It was a special time for me to reflect on that while eavesdropping on the British lady at the next table on Mothering Sunday in London.
Close your eyes after taking just one bite of the Spaghetti Carbonara at Da Corradi in London and you’ll expect to find Northern Italy when you open them.
Photos & haiku for St. Paul’s: I’m in love with the night, the cathedral, the moon, and London.
In London, following a character from Sarah Jane Stratford’s book Radio Girls down a street where I’ve been – the Strand.
Haiku about a visit to this garden cemetery on a typical London afternoon, cool and foggy, with the subtle air of mystery and contained excitement that the city always holds for me.