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Chocolate Mousse Recipe

Sorry for the delay since my last post, I’ve been crazy busy and was away last weekend in Paris, as you do. Coming up soon will be a guest post from my bro and my scampering report from Paris. Now…

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Mother Mash, London – Review

I love my group of friends. Those beautiful weirdos know how to keep me on my toes and always up for any group activities, we may not have the appropriate footwear or flounce about but there is a certain level…

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Toffee Popcorn & Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

Hope everyone had a great Bank Holiday! Hope you had a good one. I had a great time chilling with friends, catching up with family and visiting the amazing Wookey Hole Caves yesterday. There was even a witch and dinosaurs,…

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Shake Shack, London – Review

I’m sorry vegetarians. I really am….actually I’m not. It’s been rather meat-heavy here recently what with MEATLiquor and Grillstock and it’s gonna get meatier now. Shake Shack in London is very much the restaurant du jour at the moment, with huge…

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Frozen Melon Daiquiri Cocktail Recipe

I’ve hit the wall this week. A wall that can only be broken down with something slightly boozy and something slightly naughty. I give you Frozen Melon Daiquiri consumed on a Thursday evening as the weekend is in sight. Super…

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Homemade Coconut Ice Recipe

It all started a couple of years ago when I went away to Dorset with the FunBus Crew. We had hired a house for the Easter weekend and as ever I brought homemade sweet treats for everyone. It was quite…

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MEATLiquor, London – Review

It’s been a while since the last Scoff Saturday with the ladies at The Potted Pig in Cardiff and even longer since we last fell in love with The Duck and Waffle back in January. As you can see there is…

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Lemon Ricotta Cake with White Peaches Recipe

Recently there has been a lot of BBQ meat consumed. I mean A LOT of meat. Disgusting amounts. It was time for something lighter, fresher and less meat-like – unlike the Peanut Butter, Choc Chip and Bacon Cookies I made…

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Grillstock, Bristol – Review

It has been well documented that I’m no lady. And neither are my friends. We’re girlie in the sense we still cry at The Notebook and some times only chocolate will do. But when it comes to good BBQ and…

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Purslane, Cheltenham – Review

Being a family of international jet setters, this year my family wasn’t together to celebrate Father’s Day together. My dad is a one of a kind dad, truly special and puts up with a lot of cheek from me and…

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Panzanella Salad Recipe

This isn’t a recipe as such, more like an assembly of all things delicious. At my work, me and one of my colleagues has started to cook for the rest of the team. So far we’ve many slow cooked sous vide chilli con carne with chorizo, treacle and chocolate, Chinese broth with pork dumplings and chicken noodle salad. This dish has to be one of my favourites. It’s light, vibrant and darn tasty. So much so we ended up doing a huge tray of this salad to feed most of the factory workers too!

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