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Fig, Feta and Juniper Focaccia

Tweet I’ve had variations of this recipe ruminating and germinating about my noddle for a while now. It started out as a twist on a classic Italian black grape bread; I paired tiny sweet sable grapes with crushed juniper and … Continue reading

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Ideas for Wild Garlic + Pancetta, Wild Garlic & Pecorino Potato Cakes

TweetI’m such a bad cook. Completely fickle. Like each new food fad, I view each new season’s produce with fresh verve, as though never encountered before, with virgin’s eyes. I sparkle and crackle with inspiration, feverishly hunting out whatever new-to-this-season-thing-it-is … Continue reading

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Breakfasting in Style – Street Kitchen, Fingers Crossed & Tuckshop

TweetStreet Kitchen were clearly proud of their latest location and spanking new breakfast menu as I received a flurry of messages via Instagram and Twitter keen for me to check it out. I had no doubt it would be an … Continue reading

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Brunch Buns

Tweet Brunch is the one meal most of us look forward to the very most, due to a combination of factors, I expect. Rather than a specific time of day, brunch signifies a style of eating that encompasses a feeling … Continue reading

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8 Hoxton Square, Quality Chop & White Lyan

TweetI’d been keeping an ear to the ground for news on the sister restaurant of 10 Greek Street ever since I heard news that there was to be one. You see, although I quite liked the first, I’d never really … Continue reading

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Whisky Doughnut Eggy Bread with Candied Bacon

Tweet You know? Sometimes, I’m not sure wether to be proud or disgusted with myself for coming up with the things I do. Am I the only one whose brain farts this sort of thing out on a regular basis? … Continue reading

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Third Wave Doughnuts?

TweetI’ve been bemoaning London’s lack of many good doughnut options for too long, it got to the point where I was quite seriously rolling out my own creations in a bid to get more good and more interesting doughnuts to … Continue reading

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Yorks Bakery Cafe – Birmingham

TweetThe last six weeks or so of my life have been a bit of an insane flurry of emails and spreadsheets, as a small gang of us, headed up by Hasbean’s Steve, have worked furiously together to put on the … Continue reading

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Haggis

TweetWhat to do when you’re the only one in the house that eats haggis? Why, you eat the whole thing yourself of course. Ok, I’m not *quite* greedy enough to eat the whole thing in one go, but I have … Continue reading

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Blood Oranges – Two Salads & Some Aromatic Friands

Tweet Blood oranges are a great example of why it’s good to eat seasonally, asides from of all the ethical reasons of course, imagine how less glamorous they’d be if we could lay our hands on them every day, and … Continue reading

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