Being a Food Marketer’s Dream!

There have been a number of articles and news recently about food items that are made to sound more exotic than the actual food itself. Courgetti aka just courgettes.  Squash fusilli aka butternut squash cut in the shape of fusilli pasta.  Golden latte aka turmeric powder mixed in milk.  Apparently the more glamourous the food sounds, the more likely we are to buy it.  Many food items are trying to appeal to the various different eating styles now around e.g. vegetarian chicken, cranberry crunch for paleo followers, coconut fat bombes for those following a ketogenic diet.   It’s marketing at its best!

I must admit I was and (still am) one of those that is a food marketer’s dream. I buy into the whole quinoa crisps and courgette bread.  Yet I am going through a change with my attitude towards food and starting to realise I may be being taken for a ride, especially at the cost of some of these items.  The sensible voice in me says “hmm really, you REALLY want to try courgetti? Don’t you think it’s a little bit wet and slimy? Is it really satisfying you? Why not just have spaghetti?”  But there’s another voice saying “this is so cool, you’re getting the benefits of eating well in a funky way”.  However as I’m finding out it’s usually better to just eat the original spaghetti as it’s more likely to satisfy a craving for you and to have a more healthier attitude towards eating rather than substituting food items just because, well they sound exotic.  I hasten to add that this is only my stance and for those who can’t or choose not to eat certain food items due to their own personal reasons it’s always interesting to mix it up and keep it different so that your palette gets a variety of foods and flavours.

However, like an addict who needs to break bad habits I do get sucked in and keep coming across weird and wonderful foods. And sometimes they turn out amazing and other times I’m like “pass me that pizza slice!”  Yet there’s a little bit of a buzz when you come across new concoctions and I think so long as you have a balanced attitude towards eating and food, it’s always fun to try new ideas.

northernmunkeebites.seaweedbacon1.JPGSeamore I Sea Bacon

Rating: 6 out of 10

Packaging

The packaging is eye-catching for sure. A large bright luminous pink bag, with a photo of a rather enticing-looking salad on the front certainly catches your attention.  Then your eye is drawn to the wording of seaweed bacon which just raises your curiosity.  The fact you can see the product through the packaging is always a bonus I think, especially with a product like this which is very far from the norm.  I also like the logo picture of bacon frying in a pan, it’s just quite cute I found.  The name of the product and the information is also easy to read and provides all the information you need if you’re allergy-conscious.

Price

€6.95 – from the company website. This is equivalent to around £6. This is a reasonably fair price point because the packaging states 10 servings are provided and it is a large bag which to me appears to be value for money, especially as you can have as many or as few seaweed strands as you fancy depending on the dish you’re making or whether you’re having it as a snack.

Delivery

I have to say I was mightily intrigued when I saw this product. I have cut down on bacon for various reasons but do enjoy the taste.  So this product played very much into my target market as someone who wants to eat healthy yet still enjoy tasty flavours.  I must admit when I tried this as just a snack, so no cooking, it didn’t deliver on flavour for me.  It was hard to chew and whilst it had a salty flavour to it, it wasn’t bacon-tasting.  It was only when I cooked it in oil, as recommended on the instructions, did the flavour come out for me.  Now it was softer to eat and digest and there was a definite bacon taste that lingered in your mouth.  It also didn’t need a lot to add that flavour to my dish (a veg stir fry) which I really liked.  So from a delivery perspective, this product delivers on what it says – seaweed that tastes like bacon.  However it DID leave me craving real bacon afterwards.  So I’m not sure if it delivered on its promise for me in particular, and probably goes back to my original statement that sometimes it’s better not to substitute the real deal.  For those of you however that don’t eat bacon for whatever reason or want a different taste to your dishes, this product does deliver.

Verdict: In a word – interesting. I say this because the product does offer a distinctive taste and is probably not the most instinctive item you would reach for.  However would I replace it for real bacon long-term? Probably not but it’s fun to try.

Details: https://seamorefood.com/product/i-sea-bacon/

Keen to hear your thoughts and comments if you have tried this product or any other exotic sounding foods!

Guest Blogger: Mrs M.

About Me

As a person with a recently diagnosed sensitive digestive system, I’m now on a path to make sure I eat well whilst still enjoying myself. Having been fearful of food, I now love finding new products, going to new restaurants to try new twists on dishes and am constantly looking for quirky items to consume.  I’m a huge supporter of simple food that is made tasty with the right combination of ingredients and more importantly enjoying your food and diet in a balanced way.  That means I always have room for my favourite item – chocolate!

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Coffee Pods Through Your Letterbox!

I don’t mind saying that I’m a bit of a coffee addict (not in a lock yourself away in a dark room with just a bucket and four tins of beans kind of way though). I really struggle to get up on a morning without one and I probably drink way too may cups throughout the day but I don’t care! I probably should add some form of disclaimer here warning of the dangerous effects of caffeine if consumed irresponsibly and I should also add: stay in school and look both ways when crossing the road and don’t run with scissors!

However one thing I don’t do enough with coffee is find the time to stop and enjoy a really great brew. The processed, freeze dried and flavour-drained cup of coffee that I usually endure intravenously is functional it’s not for enjoyment. But why am I doing this to myself? Yes it’s cheap as chips but you only get one set of taste buds and I don’t want to be burning mine away with crap coffee. So I decided to take a stand. No more crap coffee.

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last 8 years or so you’ll be fully aware that the formats available to a coffee connoisseur have vastly expanded and improved. You can now get your coffee fix from beans, ground beans, capsules, pods, bags or the freeze-dried monstrosity. So I decided that I should stop punishing myself and tickle the taste buds more often with a better quality of brew…

…enter The Pod Store!

The Pod Store

northernmunkeebites.coffeepod2Rating: 9/10

Appeals to: coffee connoisseurs, morning drinkers, afternoon drinkers, evening drinkers, just hot drinkers

Packaging

The packaging is authentic and simple. It offers a point of difference versus the other brands on the market and the focal point of the branding is the coffee beans themselves.

Price

£1.99 (for 10 pods) – really?! £1.99? If you’re going to do a cup for cup comparison on these versus the freeze-dried devil then you’re going to go for the poorer cousin but 20p a brew doesn’t look bad at all to me!

Delivery

Fantastic! I won’t suggest that it’s the same experience as freshly roasted and ground beans but for a fraction of the price and effort it’s a pretty close second place.

These pods are leagues ahead of my normal every day brew and you can actually taste the coffee’s origins and the subtleties in the blends as opposed to a synthetic symphony of lower grade flavours. Each of the variants has a unique mix of earthy and fruity notes to give an excellent long finish.

Verdict – in a word, life-changing! My mind is made up; I’m giving up the bad brews in favour of pods. I’m not saying that I won’t have that extra special bag of beans for when I’m having a flaneur moment with time to appreciate the cup but I will stop punishing myself on a daily basis. If you haven’t made the jump yet you really should have a word with yourself!

Details: http://www.thepodstore.co.uk

Any comments, thoughts or questions? Or are you a coffee champion yourself and you want to offer me some tips? Leave a little comment below because sharing is caring!

Northern Munkee.

The Frill of Healthy Ice-Cream!

With the sun beating brightly on the UK over the last week or so, the country has basked in its glory in the only way we know how – by eating. Al fresco dining, juice breakfasts, salad lunches and of course a truly authentic summer delight – ice-cream.  Whilst ice-cream is consumed all year round, there’s something different to the feeling of sitting in the park, sun hat on and a crunchy cone in your hand with the sticky filling dripping onto your hand.  It takes you back to childhood memories when life was so much breezier.

Yet when you have become dairy-free through different reasons from allergies to intolerances to health reasons to just choosing to be dairy-free, it’s not always easy (or fair) to miss out on what is a universal feel-good feeling. However the ever creative innovators out there always come to the rescue to make us ‘foodie outsiders’ to feel part of the crowd.  The growth in dairy-free products, including ice-cream, has been manifold over recent years with it no longer being seen as a ‘difficult’ food adjustment but part and parcel of daily life.

However for the health conscious amongst us, having dairy-free ice-cream is stull full of sugars and whilst a treat is part of a balanced attitude, if there are products that can cater for healthy dairy-free ice-cream consumers, (not a tall ask!) then count me in. Such products do exist and trying to source these is of paramount importance – because no doubt the UK will go back to its dull and cold weather quicker than it takes the time for the melting ice-cream to fall onto your lap!

northernmunkeebites.frill2Frill The Frozen Smoothie: Intense Chocolate

Rating: 7 out of 10

Appeals to: dairy-free consumers, health conscious eaters, chocolate lovers

Packaging

A huge tub of ice-cream is always a good sign and this product comes in just that – a large circular tub. The chocolate brown colour is not the most imaginative and at first I didn’t quite connect the image of a polar bear to ice-cream but I can only assume it’s due to the connection of cold.  The cardboard tub is also quite standard and perhaps not even the most sturdiest.  However the writing on the tub is attractive with the name of the product eye-catching and information on ingredients being simple and clear.

Price

£4.99 (Waitrose.com) – for the health conscious consumer, the price point is in line with other products of this ilk. The tub is a large size and feels like good value for money.  However for those who just want dairy-free ice cream (without any health benefits), this perhaps may feel a little too steep.

Delivery

This product is not marketed as a dairy-free ice-cream but as a frozen smoothie. However on consuming this particular flavour it does taste quite ice-cream like – creamy and milky which is a pleasant surprise.  You can most definitely taste the flavour of the cocoa and the hint of elderflower adds a slightly refreshing flavour to the chocolate.   What adds to this is the fact that there is high fibre content and natural sugars due to the ingredients used, so you really are consuming a healthier treat.  You don’t need to consume copious amounts to get that satisfied feeling, although that’s a personal choice and no doubt you can easily finish the tub in one sitting if you so choose to! It is very more-ish and you don’t feel like you’re missing out by not having a dairy-ful ice-cream.

Verdict – in a word, flavoursome. This product is an example of substance winning over packaging as it’s tasty and satisfies a craving whilst providing some health benefits too.

Details: https://www.frill.eu/

Thanks for taking the time to read and feel free to leave your comments below.

Guest Blogger: Mrs M.

About Me

As a person with a recently diagnosed sensitive digestive system, I’m now on a path to make sure I eat well whilst still enjoying myself. Having been fearful of food, I now love finding new products, going to new restaurants to try new twists on dishes and am constantly looking for quirky items to consume.  I’m a huge supporter of simple food that is made tasty with the right combination of ingredients and more importantly enjoying your food and diet in a balanced way.  That means I always have room for my favourite item – chocolate!

 

Feeding Your Gut!

Thinking about bacteria used to make me think yuk. I got images of worms and bugs from playing outside or dirt on bathrooms for some reason. So when the term gut bacteria came on my radar it wasn’t one that I instantly warmed to.

However after digestive issues I realised the problem wasn’t with the bacteria but my association with the term to think it’s all bad. On further research I realised that the human body is made up of millions and millions of bacteria and actually the microbiome in our gut was an important part of our whole approach to health. Ailments of the body, including poor digestion, constipation/diarrhoea, joint pains can all be linked to the health and type of bacteria in your gut. Studies also suggest all sorts of ‘dis-ease’ with the body including eczema, psoriasis, diabetes can also be traced back to the bacteria in your gut. When these bacteria are out of line and the ‘bad’ ones overpower the ‘good’, that’s when we can start facing problems with our health.

For me this was a a-ha moment. So to help improve my bacteria, feeding the good bacteria was important. And just as I started to find out more, the mainstream food industry suddenly seemed to catch on and now feeding your gut bacteria was the latest trend. Wary of fads I spoke to professionals including nutrionists/dieticians to make sure I wasn’t just following a gimmick. A lot of it was based on a healthy balanced diet incorporating a mix of vegetables and fruits. However there were some particular foods that could help this microbiome community including sauerkraut, kimchi, miso and kefir. These are all types of fermented foods that when consumed help replenish good bacteria in your gut.

So I did what any sane person would do, I started experimenting and trying different fermented foods to help boost my bacteria. I tried products that didn’t particularly look appealing but actually weren’t so bad when incorporated with other foods. I also tried other items that I’d never look at again! Some of the good stuff I’ve now incorporated as part of my diet and one of them is kefir. Kefir is akin to a drinking-style yogurt which contains beneficial yeast as well as friendly ‘probiotic’ bacteria found in yogurt. The naturally occurring bacteria and yeast in kefir combine to give health benefits when consumed regularly.

And therein lay the extra complexity. I am dairy-free and kefir is more beneficial when consumed with dairy via milk or yoghurt.  So my searching continued until I finally found a dairy-free alternative…..

I just want to add here please get professional advice before you start embarking on new eating plans etc. EveryBODY is different and what works for some won’t for others.

northernmunkeebites.kefirRhythm Pure Coconut Kefir Shot (126g)

Rating: 8 out of 10

Appeals to: Dairy free consumers, free-from lovers, healthy-conscious eaters

Packaging

I first saw this product at a free-from exhibition and what I instantly liked about it was the very clean, white branding. It was also in a small plastic bottle which reminded me of the milk bottles I used to drink when I was in nursery.  I was attracted by the turquoise coloured font (little things!) and the fact that you could see the product through the clear plastic bottle. The information on the sleeve is short, sharp and to the point. It’s perhaps not the most imaginative of packages but in a way that seems to work as it feels that it is not fussy and not trying too hard.  Clean, pure and simple is how I would describe it.

Price

£1.69 (company website). For a small bottle I did find this fairly expensive.  Appreciate it is a health drink and quite accustomed to the prices of health products being considerably higher.  However this product seems to target those that want to be healthy and are willing to pay the price.  What I did find out is that it does say you can consume the drink across two days, so to me that felt reasonable and that I was spreading the cost.

Delivery

Kefir has a sharp tangy taste to it, almost fizzy like and on the first few times of consumption it does take a little getting used to. However it is quite refreshing and surprisingly filling.  I loved the fact this was dairy free and so I could consume very easily.  Whilst I go for the plain coconut flavour, there are other flavours such as Mango & Passionfruit which adds a summer flavour but I’m happy to stick with the plain one, sometimes adding my own herbs to it.  The great thing with this is that there is no set time that you have to drink it, you can have it with food, without food, first thing, last thing so there’s no restrictions which helps to just have a quick gulp and get on with the rest of the day knowing you’re doing your best to help your body.

Verdict – in a word, simple. This is an easily accessible drink that has been produced to help you feed your good bacteria. It’s fuss-free, dairy free and hassle-free.  If you’re looking to introduce fermented foods into your diet this is one I would recommend, split it over two days and the price becomes more palatable too!

Details: https://www.rhythmhealth.co.uk/

Feel free to leave your thoughts and comments, would love to hear how you get on with this product.

Guest Blogger: Mrs M.

About Me

As a person with a recently diagnosed sensitive digestive system, I’m now on a path to make sure I eat well whilst still enjoying myself. Having been fearful of food, I now love finding new products, going to new restaurants to try new twists on dishes and am constantly looking for quirky items to consume.  I’m a huge supporter of simple food that is made tasty with the right combination of ingredients and more importantly enjoying your food and diet in a balanced way.  That means I always have room for my favourite item – chocolate!

 

Make Healthy Chocolate Your Friend!

To say I’m a chocolate fiend is an understatement. Chocolate is my friend.  No really she is – she’s been there for me throughout all the key moments in my life.  Comforted me in sadness, celebrated with me in happiness, calmed me down in anger and prepped me up with energy when I’ve needed it.  Like for millions of others, chocolate is a warm comforting blanket.

When my health issues cropped up I actually had to abandon chocolate for a while as she became a toxic friend for me. So I did go chocolate-free for quite a while.  And when I decided to let her back in my life our relationship had changed.

Now she had to be a high quality friend. She couldn’t just satisfy a primary urge of a sugar fix but had to offer my body and health something more.  She also had to cater to my dietary requirements of being dairy free but she couldn’t compromise on taste.   As I started my journey for new friends, I was surprised to see how much the chocolate market had changed.  In fact there was so much choice that I was like a kid in a sweet shop!  The need for a ‘healthy’ chocolate friend didn’t appear to be just a unique thing for me but was in demand by a growing population who wanted what I did.  Furthermore, it doesn’t appear that this market will slow down anytime soon as there’s a whole host of new healthy chocolate desperate to be our friends. And I’m all too willing to make new friends….

northernmunkeebites.ombar1Ombar Chocolate 72% Raw Cacao

Rating: 8 out of 10

Appeals to: free-from lovers, healthy-conscious eaters and lovers of high quality chocolate

Packaging

Now I’m not too sure that I was first attracted by the packaging. It didn’t scream out to me from all the different varieties on the shelves.  A slightly muted brown paper packaging with a pop of colour is how it differentiates itself.  However upon a second and tertiary glance, it actually looks quite classy with a high quality wrapping and upon opening a golden inlay.  It feels smooth to hold and starts to cry out high quality.  What I particularly liked was the rather clean/clear writing and not too much information on the front – just key words that I needed for my requirements e.g. % of raw cacao, dairy free.  Looking on the back provides me with the full information that I do need and in an easy to read manner.

Price

£1.99 – I have purchased this from a few health shops including Planet Organic and Holland & Barret.  When I first purchased it I thought the price was pretty steep for what looks like a small bar (35g).  However having tasted it against other brands it is quite reasonable and there are often discounts available on it in the health stores I mentioned.  It also helps me manage my consumption as because it is quite a price tag I don’t gobble it all in one go but actually have started to have it over two or three days which then makes me think it’s worthwhile as well as making sure I don’t over indulge and spreading the cost!

Delivery

This chocolate delivers. There are other varieties of the brand that I haven’t tried because I enjoy this version so much.  For me, dark chocolate is now my preference over milk and white.  This bar provides that small chocolate fix without being overly rich.  It’s slightly bitter but there’s creaminess to it which takes the edge of it.  I find that if you take one slab of it and let it melt slowly in your mouth, it gives you that feeling of eating a full chocolate bar.  To me that screams quality and ticks off all my boxes.  The product states it contains natural antioxidants and live cultures and I don’t know whether that adds to the flavour or not; but either way this is a tasty chocolate and one that is becoming a firm friend.

Verdict – in a word, creamy! Whilst the price can initially cause you to pause to purchase, after tasting it you can see that it’s actually a fairly reasonable price.  The 6 bar chocolate is enough to keep you satisfied for a couple of days providing you with that chocolate fix in an allergy free manner.  Plus if it states it’s good for your gut, I’m not one to say no to chocolate!

Details: https://www.ombar.co.uk/

I would love to hear your thoughts if you have tried this product – feel free to leave comments below.

Guest Blogger: Mrs M.

About Me

As a person with a recently diagnosed sensitive digestive system, I’m now on a path to make sure I eat well whilst still enjoying myself. Having been fearful of food, I now love finding new products, going to new restaurants to try new twists on dishes and am constantly looking for quirky items to consume.  I’m a huge supporter of simple food that is made tasty with the right combination of ingredients and more importantly enjoying your food and diet in a balanced way.  That means I always have room for my favourite item – chocolate!

 

Gosh Being a Fussy Eater CAN be Simple!

I’m not sure about you but I for one am getting weary of the cornerstones of healthy eating is to cook everything from scratch. Do not get me wrong, I 100% believe that the benefits of taking raw ingredients and creating a nutritious dish with your own hands is one of the pleasures of life.  Cooking this way provides numerous benefits; you know what you’re eating, you’re not exposed to (more) pesticides, it’s less expensive plus one of the main perks is the warm fuzzy feeling you get when you do manage to create something that looks great and tastes fantastic.

However sometimes I don’t have time to wash, cut, chop, sauté, marinade, cook, season and then add the final flair of presentation to the dish with a touch of basil. Sometimes I just want to come home after a busy day at work and know there’s something in the kitchen that won’t take me long to cook.

Yet whilst the retail food industry is definitely looking at the ingredients it puts into its products now, it’s still full of those sneaky little ingredients that are just not good for you. A food item that sounds healthy is suddenly causing sweats when you turn over the packet and look at the ingredients – sugar, fructose, starch and then if you have intolerances and allergies you see the words wheat/mustard/dairy/fish sauce which makes you drop the packet quicker than a hot potato.  Finding simple food products that don’t have these pesky add-ons proves difficult.

So when you find a food product or brand that caters to your every digestive whim, it takes a lot of restraint not to go wild and purchase in bulk. I randomly stumbled over the Gosh brand and it fit my criteria perfectly.

northernmunkeebites.ohmygoshGosh Sweetcorn & Quinoa Bites

Rating: 9/10

Appeals to: free-from lovers, vegetarians, healthy-conscious eaters and anybody else who fancies a quick bite

Packaging

It was actually the packaging that caught my eye as I was browsing the supermarket shelves. The slightly quirky sleeve and bright orange colour jumps out with the large font of the brand name Gosh making you do a double swivel of your eyes.  What I really liked as well is that you could see the product as clear packaging peeps over the top of the sleeve.  I liked the fact I could see what I’d be eating rather than it being fully covered in a cardboard sleeve.  Easy to read information on the front and back tells you immediately this is safe for allergy/intolerance sufferers to eat.  For me the ingredients list is simple and quick to run your eyes over quickly.

Price

£2.50 (based on Tesco’s pricing).  I’ve become so used to paying more for allergy-free products that when I see a product that’s reasonably priced it makes me think huh? But this is a very fair price for a product that is simple and tastes good.

Delivery

I was expecting a dense, slightly tough texture when I bought these so was really (pleasantly) surprised that these were soft and oh so chewy. To say they are tasty is an understatement – these little babies are so moorish.  I could have eaten the full pack in one go but had to restrain myself.  The flavours of harissa and paprika are just enough not to overwhelm the product and add that little bit of spice.  I’ve had these on three or four occasions now all in different dishes, and each time I just look forward to popping one of these in my mouth.  Delicious!

Verdict – in a word, simple. These are worth every penny, quick to cook, simple ingredients and delicious to eat. For those, like me, who have to be careful about the ingredients they eat, this product is one of the very few that I can stock up on and be relieved that when I get home from work there’s something quick to pop in the oven, fills me up and goes with a variety of dishes.  I would definitely recommend these without hesitation.

Details: www.goshfreefrom.co.uk

Feel free to leave your thoughts below after you’ve tasted them – always open to different opinions!

Guest Blogger: Mrs M.

About Me

As a person with a recently diagnosed sensitive digestive system, I’m now on a path to make sure I eat well whilst still enjoying myself. Having been fearful of food, I now love finding new products, going to new restaurants to try new twists on dishes and am constantly looking for quirky items to consume.  I’m a huge supporter of simple food that is made tasty with the right combination of ingredients and more importantly enjoying your food and diet in a balanced way.  That means I always have room for my favourite item – chocolate!

Indian Tiffin Boxes

When I say ‘microwave meal’ to you, what do you think of? Soup? A jacket potato with a cardboard bottom? A dubious looking ready meal with enough salt content to cater for half of Lancashire? Still? Really? Well, let me tell you times have moved on.

Chilled food has been on a steep upward curve since 2013 and the disturbing Horsegate Scandal swept through food manufacturing. I realise this was a despicable and trust-destroying time but may be it wasn’t such a bad thing. The news stories forced consumers to demand more from manufacturers and it made manufacturers more accountable for full food traceability and sourcability. We have become obsessed with where our food comes from and we have, rightly, become distrusting of re-constituted, Frakenstein-food.

Thankfully there are a number of marvellous-microwave-meal-masters out there that have dedicated themselves to not only producing food with credible provenance but food that pushes the boundaries and expectations of what can be cooked in the microwave.

I love discovering new food pioneers and Street Monkey is a fabulous example for you to gorge on…

Street Monkey

northernmunkeebites.streetmonkeyRating: 9/10

Appeals to: fine food aficionados, time poor hunger-bursters and just about anyone really

Packaging

The packaging is the lifeblood of the branding here and it really inspires the authenticity of Indian Street Food and tiffin boxes. The colours are bright and vibrant and, more importantly, will serve to disrupt the bland chiller. The Street Monkey branding is strong and I do think more could be made of the character reference to bring some personality to the products.

Price

£6.00 – now, this price point says two things to me: quality and luxury and the food delivers against this. My concern for this product and price point is that it limits stocking points. The quality of the food deserves the price point but, in most mainstream retail outlets, it would be an outlier. It’s important when pricing a product to consider what will be surrounding it. High-end retailers stocking Charlie Bingham et al should welcome this product and price with open arms but it may be too much of a stretch for the middle market.

Delivery

Phenomenal. I cannot convey how good the quality of the food is. Take whatever you thought about Indian ready meals and tear it up; this has the potential to be a game changer.

The slow-braised beef madras is up there with the best curry I’ve ever tasted, ready meal or otherwise!

Verdict – in a word, game-changing! This product and brand has huge potential with a couple of tweaks and a targeted go-to-market strategy it could take over the chilled shelves. Seek out this monkey and take it home!

Details: www.street-monkey.com

Any comments, thoughts or questions? Or are you a fine-food-hunter yourself and you want to offer me some tips? Leave a little comment below because sharing is caring!

Northern Munkee.