Denim, Neon and Leopard Roast

Easter Friday was filled with lots of homemade food, board games and great company. It was my first attempt at roast chicken and massaging 2 headless birds with a spiced rub was vaguely traumatising. It’s risky to experiment with your guests’ dinner but I took a leap of faith with the ”beer can chicken” and was quite impressed with the end result. It’s definitely a great way to impart flavours into the meat and keep it tender at the same time. As Mr M has recently invited ”Mr Weber” aka charcoal BBQ kettle for a long stay, I can foresee myself making another roast in the near future, perhaps with Coke instead. I’m excited especially since the cold weather is approaching!

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Shirt|SABA   Knit|Glassons   Jeans|Riders by Lee   Shoes|Windsor Smith

To recreate my ensemble, mix 2 cups of denim, a splash of neon, a pinch of leopard and a handful of accessories (optional) together. Stir and enjoy.

Have a blessed Thursday!


Photography|Mr M


3 thoughts on “Denim, Neon and Leopard Roast

  1. Ha! This must be my favorite post so far, the title and recipe at the end is cute! oh, and i guess i can also relate to the trauma in managing a headless chicken (did one for CNY)

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