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L’anima Cafe, *that* N’duja & A Peach, N’duja & Comte Toastie

TweetI hurriedly made a reservation during L’anima Cafe‘s soft opening around a month ago, if I’m honest on the merit of just a couple of items that had been brought to my attention via social media. It’s often the way. … Continue reading

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Peach & Pistachio Friands with Honey Whipped Greek Yoghurt

Tweet Guessed my latest food obsession? That’s right; peaches. I cannot get enough of them, and you’ll know this if you follow me on Twitter or Instagram. What? I have an addictive personality ok?! This year, it’s mainly the pale … Continue reading

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Griddled Doughnut Peaches, Feta, Pistachio & Mint

Tweet This is more of a suggestion than a recipe really as it’s all I’ve been craving in these lazy days, full of glorious sunshine and air like soup, that inspires a big fat negative on the activity, and certainly … Continue reading

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The Palomar & Arabica Bar & Kitchen

TweetI’m always attracted to food that’s roughly influenced by the Middle East, there’s something mystical about the fragrant and often heavily spiced cuisine that I find so utterly different from the food I was brought up on and therefore bewitching. … Continue reading

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Pump Street Bakery Sourdough and Sea Salt Chocolate

TweetThis is pretty much my favourite chocolate bar at the moment. Pump Street is a Bakery up in Suffolk. I’d been aware of them for some time, mainly as I’d heard they were producing some increasingly good bean to bar … Continue reading

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Almond Milk and Spelt Ricotta Pancakes with Maraschino Laced Cherries

Tweet I’m a sucker for cherries, so I’m in heaven that there are plump and juicy varieties in all of the supermarkets and farmers markets right now. Not that it stops me when they’re not in season, I turn to … Continue reading

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Spoilt for Choice in Fitzrovia

TweetNot so long ago Oxford Street and it’s peripheries was somewhere to be avoided, better left to the tourists that bung up the streets with their slow, aimless, zombie shuffle. The shopping, or anything worth shopping for at least, dried … Continue reading

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Little Boreka Pies from the Honey & Co Book

Tweet I try to limit the number of cook books I buy these days, it’s all too easy to click the ‘buy’ button on Amazon, or to become seduced in the flesh by the heady scent of virgin pages and … Continue reading

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Revisiting New York & Williamsburg

TweetI forget how vast the states are and how different each of the towns and cities within it ¬†feels. I felt it when I first visited Williamsburg last Christmas, an eery stillness I hadn’t come across before, so far removed … Continue reading

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Workshop Coffee Holborn

TweetSince writing this piece for Caffeine Magazine, Workshop has now opened to much positive press. I managed to visit last weekend when they hosted the UK aeropress Championships in conjunction with Square Mile. The image below is of the UK … Continue reading

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