Recently, we were fortunate enough to receive £15 worth of Byron Burger vouchers from Anna’s sister, Judy. I had not heard of the place before (I blame living in a small town) but once I did a little bit of research, suffice it to say I was pretty excited about the prospect of heading to a burger restaurant.
I think that I’ve made my position on burgers pretty clear so the feeling I had heading to a building dedicated to them is how I imagine people feel walking into church, only my feelings are stronger.
I don’t have much of a sweet tooth. I’m not completely averse to eating an entire salted caramel chocolate bar but it’s not something I do on the regular.
That being said, there’s something about a good crumble which just takes me back. The sweet and tart fruit on the bottom, that wonderful caramelised, crunchy topping and the creamy ice cream you put on top because a crumble roughly reaches the temperature of the Sun and it is very difficult to not just start piling into it.
Hello all, and welcome to what is sure to be an absolute highlight of your day.
My experienced based guide to dealing with depression.
The picture up there isn’t some sort of artistic representation of my depression. It was the first picture I found which didn’t involve food or beer…
Quick disclaimer… I am not, nor have I ever been, a medical or psychological professional. Please don’t take this as gospel, merely as a friendly guide from this guy who has been there and apparently set up camp for a while.