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Category Archives: London
Very special thanks to Shared Table’s lovely sister for uploading the pics. Every year Olive Magazine, published in the UK by the BBC, has a special readers’ edition where readers are invited to submit recipes in a number of categories … Continue reading
Check out this really neat article from The Guardian on small – micro!- producers. I love the fact that these people have got really, really geeky about their chosen foodstuff and are absolutely determined to produce it, come hell or … Continue reading
According to UK cooking magazine Olive, Scotch eggs are going to make a comeback in 2011 as the hipster eating person’s snack of choice. I am so ahead of the trend here. My 30th birthday two years ago (ouch!) at … Continue reading
The Man has a crush on Thomasina Miers, so I shouldn’t be promoting her site, but her restaurant, Wahaca, is great except for the brutal queues out the door. She is a former UK Masterchef winner and has parlayed that … Continue reading
This is such a neat idea – underground restaurants run in your front room. Check out The English Can Cook.
Zoe at Progressive Dinner Party kindly let me contribute to her awesome blog and thus became the pusher of my gateway drug. Obvs I’m now a crack addict for blogging. On ProgDin I wrote about avoiding tourist traps in London, … Continue reading