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Tag Archives: food
The surprising thing you should be pairing with your Comte cheese this Christmas (hint: its not chutney!)
Its fruitcake! And if that sounds like we may have had a touch too much port already don’t knock it until you’ve tried it. The sweet, spiciness of the cake perfectly complements the richness of 24 month aged Comte. … Continue reading
We discovered Mirey’s bistro tucked away down a quiet Islington side street, currently popping up in the Charles Lamb pub. As an added bonus we managed to score an outside table in the sun it was the perfect place for … Continue reading
We trekked across town to Bayswater to check out the pop up in The Beachcomber Bar by Creole Kitchen chef and cookery writer Vanessa Bolosier. We kicked off with plantain chips, plus bokit (spiced dough) and saltfish fritters served with … Continue reading
After enjoying the previous Presenting Japan event held in May, we were keen to understand more about Japanese Culture and Food. We learnt about The Washoku Way – the Japanese nuanced approach to food. Intrinsic to the concept is the … Continue reading
We tried out Vital Ingredient, a new healthy chain doing breakfast, salads and hot food. The salads come with a base, either a healthy starch like brown rice or leaves such as spinach. Then you can add toppings either in … Continue reading