Hi! I’m Zoe
I really believe I can be someone who changes the world in a positive way, and that everyone else can be too.
I'm a student, hippie, older sister, bicycle rider, amateur website designer, loom knitter, novice seamstress, and a little bit eccentric.
I love public speaking, photography, writing and cooking. I'm fluent in English, Sarcasm and Bullshit.
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Monthly Archives: February 2011
Today, I give you a photograph of a giraffe, sticking it’s tongue out at you. Enjoy!! Continue reading
Okay, I know I said I didn’t promise to get this recipe out by Valentines Day, but I still feel bad that it’s so late! But, this is something you can put together any time of the year… or any time of the day or night for that matter! Note that I didn’t say they were healthy… just vegan. Anyway, enough of the yabbering, here’s the recipe already! Continue reading
This is just a quick post to say there’s not going to be a proper post today. Possibly not on Monday either. I’m moving house (and starting my new job as an Au Pair) and it’s all a bit crazy. … Continue reading
When my dad first saw my new blog, he said that if he didn’t know any better he would have assumed the background was computer generated. It is in fact a photograph I took back in 2009 shortly after buying my first (and currently my only) digital SLR camera, aNikon D3000. Continue reading
As a vegan, people often ask me if I eat a lot of tofu. I don’t, except in deserts like this rich mousse. It’s a quick, easy, tasty and fun way to serve tofu. Often I won’t tell my guests what it’s made of until after they’ve started eating it. “What? I’m eating tofu?” Cue confused looks! It’s great! Continue reading
Pumpkin soup is one of my favourite types of soup. Roast pumpkin soup is simply heaven in a bowl. And, it’s pretty easy to make. Continue reading
Formerly known as That Pumpkin Thing, the Pumpkin Curry was inspired my my Uncle’s weird love of putting peanut butter in almost every meal he made. This curry is filling, delicious, creamy and great for warming you up on those cold winter nights. Continue reading
A favourite among colleagues, vegetable with an Indian twist. Continue reading