Smoke and Fennel – Migrating to a bigger and better website Hello! So the past week this blog has had quite a lot more views than usual and I'm starting to feel more confident in my writing so I decided to go and make it better.. So i've purchased a domain name and made the switch to self hosted WordPress, the next few days the … Continue reading Smoke and Fennel – Migrating to a bigger and better website

Why Sustainability Should Play a Role in Your Kitchen.

.. And tips to own it. By now you should have noticed that Sustainability has become a strong topic in our industry. We're not known for being incredible at it but it's now or never that we begin to focus on it. Sustainability goes beyond just saving the planet, it helps put money into your … Continue reading Why Sustainability Should Play a Role in Your Kitchen.

Jaipur – The Pink City

Ah Jaipur, this is where I first started to fall in love with India. After a rather Rocky overnight sleeper bus we pulled into the bustling streets of central Jaipur and jumped in a taxi towards our Hostel. Our hostel was near a Metro station, a little bit out of town, but the Metro made … Continue reading Jaipur – The Pink City

Should you visit Chandigarh?

That's up to you, but I would avoid staying for a while. I enjoyed only two things about Chandigarh - The Rock Garden, and breaking up a 24 hour trip to Jaipur. Chandigarh seems to often be claimed as this well thought out, beautifully structured city worth visiting for its architecture, but I just didn't … Continue reading Should you visit Chandigarh?

5 Chef pages to follow on Instagram: April

I get a lot of my inspiration in the kitchen from either books or Instagram. Generally with books you know you're going to get some quality information, especially if you're reading say Rene Redzepis Journal or a Magnus' Faviken book. But with Instagram you have a lot to filter, which includes the usual hashtag #foodporn … Continue reading 5 Chef pages to follow on Instagram: April


We arrived early morning in McleodGanj, as the sun was rising. The air was incredibly fresh after a 14 hour bus ride and a 2km climb in altitude. McLeod Ganj is a suburb of Dharamshala in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is known as "Little Lhasa" or "Dhasa" (a short form of Dharamshala used mainly by Tibetans) because of its large … Continue reading McLeodGanj

New Delhi continued..

I decided to break up the Delhi post, it was strenuous to write and I'm sure to read, you deserve a break and so do I. The Red Fort The Red Fort was an amazing view. I'm always shocked by the grandiose buildings throughout third world countries, both devoted to war and religion. The Fort … Continue reading New Delhi continued..

Smoke and Fennel

I figured I should introduce myself and what my goals are, so here goes. Well, I'm just another person who dreams of travel, food and the nicer things in life. What is it that I have to offer over everybody else, hopefully something! Look, I'm not going to pretend like I'm someone with a unique … Continue reading Smoke and Fennel