Classical Film Review: Torn Curtain [1966]

Hello and welcome to the Classical Review… otherwise known as the Alfred Hitchcock Review… because yes, this week it’s another Hitchcock film: Torn Curtain! An American physicist, Michael Armstrong, shocks his friends and family by defecting to East Germany at the height of the Cold War! [VT- Shock!] Even his fiancée, Sarah, is surprised by…

Peanut Flour Donuts Recipe

My lovely wife does not in any way have a sweet tooth- other than for donuts! Every time we’re given boxes of biscuits or chocolate they are either re-gifted or she takes a tiny nibble from one corner of one biscuit… and then the whole box gets thrown away once it inevitably goes stale. Clearly…

Malaysian Style Fishcakes Recipe Video

Like most foodies with ‘flour problems’ (why do you hate me so, wheat, why…?!?!) I’m always on the hunt for interesting new flours made from different ingredients that my stomach won’t reject. As you know I’m also a big fan of Malaysian flavours and foods, which is where I took inspiration for this recipe. Sukrin’s…

Classic Film Review: Bridesmaids [2011]

I’m a very fair person, I like to think; someone who favours equality and tries to take my own biases out of deciding whether I like or dislike something… (debatable). Well, okay, moving on. When it comes to Bridesmaids, this means two things: 1) I am so happy to see women being allowed to do…