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BIRD

TweetIt’s very easy to be cynical isn’t it? Especially in East London, when so many places appear to be simply ticking off a list of current trends; industrial fit out, stripped back cool, fried chicken, cocktails, doughnuts etc etc. It’s … Continue reading

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Doughnut Takeover at Bruno’s Coffee & Bakes

TweetJoin me and Bruno as we transform his Rochester shop into a fabulous doughnut emporium for one day only! Following, as I’m sure you can imagine, a highly excitable telephone brainstorming session, we can confirm we’ll have the following doughnut … Continue reading

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Temecula and Seattle

TweetSince I started selling products manufactured out of a town called Temecula, situated between San Diego and Los Angeles, I’ve come across just one person who’s ever heard of the place, and so I had very limited expectations from a … 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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Sourdough Doughnuts

Tweet Although I’m calling these sourdough doughnuts, I don’t know if that’s technically correct. They certainly have some starter in them, but they also have yeast and I’ve really just whopped some leaven into my regular doughnut recipe on the … Continue reading

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Peckham Munch, Foodstories Amazing Jerk Marinade & a Recipe Suggestion

TweetLast weekend I couldn’t resist the wonder of a Peckham food festival otherwise known as Pexmas or Munch. Just around the corner from my brothers flat and off Bellend(snigger)en Road it was located in a little narrow park area called … Continue reading

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Bread Class at E5 Bakehouse

Tweet Bread. My love. My nemesis. I’ve been aching for this class at E5 Bakehouse ever since I made the frankly unrivalled decision to book it, and lucky I didn’t dither any longer as it was literally the last bread … Continue reading

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40 Maltby Street and Bar Tozino

TweetOn a blisteringly blustery and snow whipped Saturday the last thing I fancied was a trip to Maltby Street. Blissful as it is to navigate the meandering path of traders creeping increasingly further up towards Terminus Spa on a perfectly … Continue reading

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Williamsburg – A holy trinity of Coffee, Doughnuts & Chocolate

TweetIt takes just one morning in Brooklyn to make me come over all funny, misty eyed with romantic notions. I’m not sure quite what it is about this place that tugs at my heart strings but I immediately want to pack my bags and move in. There was never … Continue reading

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Electric Diner

TweetYou’ve no doubt heard by now all about The Soho House Groups latest venture, the refurbished and refreshed Electric concept following a fire earlier this year. The all day Electric Diner boasts a new menu inspired by Chicago’s French-American Au … Continue reading

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