In the heart of the London, near St James’s Park, Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey, there’s a gorgeous, historic 4-star hotel bringing a bit of buzz to the city. St. Ermin’s was converted into a hotel in 1899, but previous lives saw this property as a chapel in the 15th century and a mansion in […]
I’ve taken cooking classes all around the world. I learned to make Thai food in Thailand, French food in France, and Italian food in Italy. It only makes sense that I’d learn to make vegan food and cocktails in London. I was invited to a vegan sushi and cocktail class at The Avenue Cookery School, […]
The disclaimer on the ticket states that The Cauldron is in no way, shape or form affiliated with Harry Potter. And yet, I imagined myself careening through the wall of Platform 9 3/4 as I entered the door of The Cauldron London Magical Cocktail Experience.
As a girl who’s been described as a Disney Princess on more than one occasion, it only makes sense that I’d feel right at home in a unicorn cafe. Savvy businessmen and women are capitalizing on this fun and fanciful trend and these Instagrammable cafés are popping up around the world.
I think that food is one of the greatest indicators of culture. The way people shop for ingredients and prepare meals tell you a lot about their tastes and the land; the stories told around the table are indicative of the heart and values of the culture. And so when I visit a new city […]
When I booked my trip to the Philippines, I assumed the trip would be focused on the “taste for adventure” aspect of The Sweet Wanderlust’s tagline: A travel blog for people with a sweet tooth and a taste for adventure. But when friends and followers began tagging me in posts about The Dessert Museum in […]
I was born and raised in Dallas. I claim it as my city, but despite having quite possibly the biggest sweet tooth on the planet, I had no idea that Dallas has such innovative, adorable desserts. My job involves eating some of the most beautiful desserts in the world and sharing them on Instagram. And […]
If you’re a pro chef, you may already know most of these tricks. As for me… boiling water was number one on my very short list of kitchen tricks. But that was before I spent a week at La Pitchoune, Julia Child’s summer home, cooking in her iconic kitchen. Of course, Julia Child wasn’t there […]