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London Food Tour With Context Travel – Review

How do you like to explore a new city? I love a food tour to find out all the facts of an area whilst getting stuck into some special regions treats. I’ve been on food tours around the world and…

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Tasting Bean To Bar Chocolate Bars From Asia

Today, we’ll be tasting bean to bar chocolate bars from all around Asia. There is a whole host of different flavours to try from these bars! Malaysia – with notes of spice and smoke. Beau Cacao73% Asajaya Borneo made in London, I…

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Ferrero Rocher And Nutella Brownie Recipe

‘Tis the season for some festive baking as well as indulging.  So why just make normal brownies why you can add plenty of yummy treats like lashings of Ferrero Rocher chocolates and lashings of Nutella to make them extra naughty!…

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Stroopwafels Brownie Recipe

This time last year, I shared a recipe for Festive Stollen Brownies with gooey marzipan and plump vine fruit. This year, I give you a recipe for Stroopwafels Brownies. Madness you say! Hear me out. The slightly warming spiced waffles,…

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Seven Lucky Gods, Bristol, UK – Review

I’m a fan of small plates of food. Mainly through greedy so I can order more range of dishes to try. Seven Lucky Gods at Wapping Wharf was the ideal place for Friday friends dinner with four hungry ladies. We…

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#MerryBristmas Bristol Christmas Gift Guide – Review

‘Tis the season for gift-giving, to avoid the usual unwanted toiletries and socks, why not get your loved ones some truly unique gifts that they will treasure and love. I’ve created a Bristol Christmas gift guide to suit all members…

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Brasserie of Light, Selfridges, London, UK – Review

Passing through the Art Deco mirror-lined and blush pink bar, to the dining room of the Brasserie of Light housed within Selfridges department store, you’re transported to the ideal for ladies who lunch. Snug booths for gossiping over a glass…

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Tasting Bean To Bar Chocolate Bars From Peru

Today we are trying bean to bar chocolate bars from Peru! Peruvian chocolate tends to be soft fruits with the flavour of them being more in the north grown beans and getting milder further south. Fruition Dark Milk Chocolate With…

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BOX-E Restaurant, Bristol, UK – Review

What do you get if you cross a shipping container with a super talented husband and wife team? Why BOX-E of course! A tiny 14 cover restaurant in 2 shipping containers nestled in the foodie hub of Bristol Wapping Wharf.…

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6 Unusual Activities To Do In Oxford, UK – Travel

Being fortunate enough to live about an hour away from Oxford, it sadly gets overlooked for more exotic lands that can be reached by plane in an hour. However, I arranged with dear friends a staycation in the painfully stunning…

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Tasting Bean To Bar Chocolate Bars From South America

I’ve tried many chocolate bars that I’ve picked up on my travels. This article I’m covering the bean to bar chocolate bars from South America. This, of course, covers a large area and varying climates and soil conditions, which is…

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Adelina Yard, Bristol – Review

Do you have a visit list of places you fancy trying out? No, just me?? Well, recently I got to try out one of these coveted places from my list. Adelina Yard, Bristol is nestled in on the harbour edge,…

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Spiced Pumpkin Pie with Speculoos Biscuit Crust Recipe

With the days getting cooler, I’m sharing with you a perfect autumn recipe, Spiced Pumpkin Pie with Speculoos Biscuit Crust. Not only is there a heap of spices in the silken filling but there another hit in the Speculoos biscuits…

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Pasture, Bristol – Review

Vegetarians and Vegans, you might want to skip this post, as it’s going to get meaty up in here, with me telling you all about my recent trip to the meat haven of Pasture, Bristol. Where all the steaks are…

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