Thursday, August 29, 2013

L'Occitane HAUL video is coming up soon!

Hi, everyone!

Hope you are well.

I'm uploading another video (it is my third video, wohoo!) onto my YouTube vlog channel. This one is about a few products I bought at L'Occitane boutique, I love products from this brand. You can view this video here L'Occitane HAUL | Tatikprice

Hope you will enjoy it! Please let me know your thoughts, do you like products featured in the video? Thank you!

Sunday, August 25, 2013

First Vlog video on YouTube

Wohoo, I finally overcame my shyness and shot and uploaded my first YouTube video! It has been raining here on the eastern edge of London all day today - I could not expect any other weather - it is a Bank holiday weekend in England!

I have many great ideas for future videos, some are beauty-related, some are to do with my life and interests I have.

You can find my first video here:

Thank you for watching! Hope you like it! Please feel free to leave a comment, Like or subscribe to my channel. Also, if you have any requests or suggestions for future videos please leave them in the Comments section!

My best wishes,


Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Very tasty cherry scones

I have not been well for the last week or so - it is that time of the year for catching unpleasant cold/flu viruses. I got a bit bored staying indoors all day, sleeping, drinking lots and lots of ginger, lemon and honey tea, reading, today I thought I will do something "useful" and bake some nice cherry scones my big sis made last summer. Mmmmm, the aroma of these little beauties has spread around the house. I just had two! They are so more-ish! And soooo easy to make!

So here comes the recipe:

Very tasty cherry scones

850g flour
30g sugar
285g butter
180ml milk
180ml buttermilk (I used yoghurt)
2 eggs
40g baking powder
170g dried sour cherry
1tbsp lemon zest
pinch of salt (I did not add any as I used salted butter)

Just mix flour, sugar, baking powder with butter until it becomes sort of crumbly. Then add cherries, mix well, add lightly whisked eggs, milk and buttermilk (yoghurt) bit by bit, and lemon zest goes in too. You will end up with lumpy dough. It needs to stand in the fridge for half an hour or 40 minutes, then rolled out on the surface dusted with flour (I would say 2.5cm or 2 fingers high). Then cut the round scones and bake in a preheated oven (200C or Gas Mark 6) for 25-30 minutes or so, until beautifully golden.

 I think I'm going to go to the kitchen now and have another one... With a nice cup of tea. It's nearly 5 o'clock, right?