Each month in Auckland ‘The Heart of the City‘ teams up with different companies within the community to showcase the best of everything the city has to offer – what a great idea, eh!?
So far we’ve had literary, film and comedy month and this month we’ve had my favourite month of all – restaurant month.
You may have noticed that there has been a ridiculous amount of food porn clogging up my Instagram page recently (you’re welcome).
Well, this is because I’ve been working on a little project since I arrived in Auckland. After discovering that Auckland is bursting with outstanding coffee and cafes, I took it upon myself to check out the best of the best cafes in the city so that I could then report back to you guys (you’re most welcome again)…
If you haven’t noticed from my Insta news feed, I’m a big fan of Auckland’s Sky Tower…
In Auckland, it seems to be standard procedure to wake up on a Sunday morning, contemplate life and then decide where to brunch.
Much to my dismay, I work at a very popular brunch spot in Cornwall Park. So, I tend to spend my Sunday morning’s drooling over other people’s eggs bene rather than enjoying my own.
A dosa is a huge savoury pancake filled with everything from potato, ghee and masala spices to beetroot, carrot and grated coconut and are most commonly eaten in India for breakfast.
Although they look a lot like pancakes, they are made using completely different ingredients and using a completely different method.
Follow these easy steps to make your own delicious dosas at home.
After doing a great cooking class at Bohemian Masala, a restaurant and Eco and Wellness Resort in Varkala (their huts are the CUTEST – see pics below), I decided that I had to share the recipes I learnt with you all.