Mint Masala Curry with Loyd Grossman…

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Weekends are when I like to try and get inventive and create recipes that may take longer than usual. Most weekday nights however, it’s a different story; it’s all about quick and easy food that not only tastes good, but isn’t junk. Loyd Grossman is a household name and bridges the gap between food that… 

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Butternut Squash Casserole with Salad

Butternut Squash Casserole Recipe Featured on Wayfair.co.uk

I’m happy to announce that my Autumn Butternut Squash and Sweet Potato Casserole has been featured on Wayfair.co.uk. I had a great time trying to create an Autumn recipe, especially as Butternut Squash is not an ingredient I tend to use. However, most of the other ingredients I used were store cupboard ingredients, making it… 

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Half and Half 20 inch Pizza

Homeslice – An Enticing Pizza Menu

London is becoming an exciting pizzeria-hub, with inventive yet delicious toppings that we’ve all come to know and love. With the expansion of smaller pizza eateries such as Pizza Pilgrims and Franco Manca, it wasn’t long before a new contender was on the market with the name of Homeslice. Serving inventive flavours, with a regularly… 

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Poacher's Pie

Chimes – Bland British Pub Food

My dining cravings seem to be leaning towards British food and I’ve been enjoying the heart-warming meals that Britain’s traditional foods have to offer. Pub food is my all time favourite comfort food and what better way to celebrate a grey afternoon than a trip to a pub serving pies and other delights. Chimes fit… 

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Yangyum Chicken

On the Bab – Mouth-Watering Korean Street Food

Shoreditch is a great location for eating out with many cuisines, prices and is a hub of up-and-coming new restaurants. On the Bab is a fairly new establishment in the area and one that has been on my list to try for a while, serving Korean street food in a restaurant setting. I’m a huge… 

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