Goodbye Endland’s, er, roast…

August 12, 2010

Tomorrow is my last night in the UK (and no, I still haven’t even started to pack yet – eek!), and my lovely little sis is taking me to Brighton’s Drakes Hotel for dinner. (I apologise in advance to the waiters for the two blubbing blondes sitting in the corner of the restaurant.)

But tonight, I made my last home-cooked meal in the UK, and it was a can’t-be-beaten British roast chicken, sprinkled with my favourite Turkish spice, pul biber – perfectly combining my past and future foodie lives.

Nuf said. See you soon in Istanbul! xx

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6 Responses to “Goodbye Endland’s, er, roast…”


  1. Oooh roast chicken… my favourite!
    Safe journey and we are all so looking forward to hearing about life in Istanbul!

  2. Christina Says:

    Looks So Yummy!!! I’m going to have to make one this weekend. Be safe in your travels and hope to hear from you soon.


  3. Thanks guys! Have been manically packing all day, and am now about to be taken out for an evening of gluttony at a fantastic Brighton restaurant.
    Next stop, Istanbul. Will be posting again very soon.
    Take care everyone. xx

  4. Choclette Says:

    Bon Voyage, hope all goes well and look forward to hearing about life and cooking in Istanbul.

  5. MaryMoh Says:

    Oh…you are leaving! Trust you had an enjoyable time here in England and a safe journey back to Istanbul. Would love to hear more more you when you get there. Take care. Mary from Scotland.


  6. Awww hope you have a safe journey, look forward to your future posts about life in Istanbul 🙂


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