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Salted Caramel Macarons Recipe

Some double acts are classics. Romeo and Juliet. Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Salt and Caramel. The balance of the sweetness and the slight savoury note is nothing short of addictive. With that in mind, I’m going to share with you…

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The Ethicurean, Bristol – Review

Excitedly, I’ve managed to tick off a restaurant from my restaurant wish list recently. The Ethicurean is nestled overlooking the Mendips and the outskirts of Bristol and is a restaurant led by the change of seasons and using the ingredients…

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Homemade Gravlax with Horseradish Cream Recipe

This week is Midsummer, to celebrate hopefully some warm weather at long last on its way. I want to share with you a recipe that is low in effort but big on the wow factor. A recipe for homemade gravlax…

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Afternoon Tea at The Slaughters House Manor, Cotswolds – Review

Nestled in the Cotswold’s and its many beautiful cream stone villages is The Slaughters Manor House, whilst not being too far from my home, has been on my visit list for a while. Especially, as the menus for the restaurant…

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Chocolate Orange Brownies Recipe

Are you ready for the best recipe for gooey, zesty and completely chocolate loaded brownies? This is the perfect recipe for Chocolate Orange Brownies. What’s the secret to these chocolate fest brownies? Well, how about a whole host of Lindt…

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Hotel du Vin & Bistro, Bristol – Review

After a long week at work, I was super excited to be invited to Hotel Du Vin, Bristol to try out their new Prix Fixe menu, which has been created by their Head Chef Marcus Lang, using locally sourced ingredients…

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Bocca di Lupo, London – Review

Tucked in a side street of Soho, is the most perfect little slice of Italy in London, Bocca Di Lupo restaurant with Gelupo, their gelato shop opposite, is the oasis of aperitivo, marble decked out bar and booths for tucking…

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The Salt Rooms Afternoon Tea, Brighton – Review

Looking out across to Brighton Pier sat in The Salt Room, you can’t pick a more idyllic location for an afternoon tea. With the sun pouring into the dining room, the waves lapping onto the pebble beach. And that’s even…

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Elderflower Gin and Tonic Macarons Recipe

Is there anything better than a gin and tonic on a Summer evening in a sun-kissed garden as the sun goes down? Well, these Elderflower Gin and Tonic Macarons captures all of those delicious senses in a couple of flouncy…

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Sunday Roast at The River Grille, The Bristol Hotel – Review

The Bristol Hotel has one of the best spots for people watching in the city, I discovered recently when tucking into my Sunday roast. Looking out to the harbourside, you see all sorts of walks of life, especially as the…

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Vietnamese Coffee Eclair Recipe

I’m not a morning person at all. I always need a caffeine-fuelled pick me up. My friend Julianne at Part Time Passport blog and I became obsessed with Vietnamese coffees the first time we had a proper sit-down and get…

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