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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Tag Archives: Dessert
It’s finally here! Finally! My hand-painted, hand-written, made-with-so-much-love recipe e-book is available to purchase right now in my shop. You can buy the ebook, a printed copy of the book or you can get the deluxe package. The deluxe package contains … Continue reading
I’m working really hard, but it hardly feels like working because I’m surrounded by this: Continue reading
I never used to be a fan of dates, but they first won me over when mum put them into chocolate date logs. Now I’m loving them in my Grandma’s date loaf with yummy walnuts and deliciousness. Grandma tells me that the recipe is hundreds of years old and she passed it on to me this weekend. Continue reading
I started back at uni last week, and have been using my lovely lunch bags made by BonTons to inspire to make, pack and take my lunches everyday. On Monday I made a triple batch of Nori rolls, with the 4yo I’m living with as my kitchen helper. He really enjoyed helping me put them together, and he even tried one (after telling me he doesn’t like “that black stuff” [the seaweed] or mushrooms) and declared it to be delicious! 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
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