Meanwhile, place cubed chorizo in a large pan and fry for about 5 minutes until nice and crispy. Add garlick and cook for another minute or so. Stir in sliced red pepper and cook until soft. Then add the tomatoes and about a half of teaspoon of chilli powder (or more) and add more seasoning if needed. You can also add 150 ml water if needed and cook for further 5 minutes or until the sauce becomes thick.
When pasta is ready, drain and leave on a side.
Add spinach to the tomato mixture and cook for 5 minutes. Stir in your drained pasta into the sauce. Serve into bowls with a sprinkle or parmesan or a cheese of your choice.
.... one year and two months if I am more precise.
What has happened? Have I forgotten about my blog? Why such a long break?
Life happened.....basically, my life took over.
I started a new job in September and continued in my psychology degree studies, took some time to myself and rediscovered my forgotten dreams and passions.
Even through I wasn't posting and actively updating my blog, I still followed and read my favourite blogs. And of course I discovered and felt in love with Pinterest where I am actively pinning - please feel free to come and have a look.
With a long break and new beginnings I have decided to start over and changing my blog's name after my favourite month in the year to "The September Diaries".
So here is to new beginnings and rediscovered passions!!!!
I’ve heard about this place from a good friend of mine. So last week on Tuesday, I decided to have a day out from London and I visited this gorgeous place in Surrey. Located in near Banstead which is only 15 minutes drive from London, this organic farm is easily accessible and free for public. I absolutely love this place. Once you enter the farm, you will see beautiful lavender fields. It is so breath-taking and I can guarantee that you will be literally blown away.
You can then wander through the lavender field, relax, enjoy the view and take lots of photos. This place will literally unleash your inner creativity. I felt really inspired by its beauty. You will meet lots of other photographers and couples posing in the fields. You will see lots of Japanese tourists and bloggers jumping around and creating some fashion photo-shoots. It was really funny to watch : )
There is a massive tree with benches underneath where you can sit down and admire the fields. A perfect place for a picnic.
There is a little gift shop on the side where you can buy some plants, lavender bouquets, lavender oils and cosmetics. They really have a good choice of items.
Next by the gift shop, there is a small tea shop where you can try lavender infused tea or lemonade. Both very tasty. Also, because I have a sweet tooth, I’ve tried a vanilla fairy cake with lavender. Also really nice.