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This is such a neat idea – underground restaurants run in your front room. Check out The English Can Cook.
I’ve revised this a little and changed the title: We’ve been in Belgrade nearly two weeks now. We needed a few essentials like oil, pepper, soap etc and so we went looking for a big supermarket. There are minimarts on … Continue reading
London is an amazing place, culinarily speaking. When I first arrived I thought I’d made a terrible mistake: I was shocked by the limp, wilting, week old peppers on display at the mini markets on every local high street, completely … Continue reading