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Claire Patterson
For the love of food
For the love of food
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Al Forno - Darlington
A couple of weeks' ago I found myself out for dinner in Darlington, there was a large group of us and the restaurant had been pre-decided. Italian is usually a winner for all in these situations. As there was such a large group we had pre-ordered before arr...
Al Forno - Darlington
Al Forno - Darlington
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Noco Kiosk - Halifax
I haven't been to Halifax town centre for years, however, when I heard that The Piece Hall had reopened I was eager to see how it had changed since I last visited in my childhood years. My mum and auntie were going through a hippy-esq phase and were all abo...
Noco Kiosk - Halifax
Noco Kiosk - Halifax
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Kapow Coffee - Thornton's Arcade, Leeds
Kapow started life in the smallest of coffee shops down on The Calls (some may say it's where all the greats start life) and they have recently (although may be not too recently now) opened up a bigger place a little further in to the centre in Thornton's A...
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Cinnamon and Sultana Bread Machine Recipe
A bread machine is a god send for those who love fresh bread but don't have the time to bake it every week, it's also a god send to people like my mum who has arthritis in her hands so unfortunately her kneading days are behind her. The Morphy Richards Prem...
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The White Horse and Griffin - Whitby
It's fair to say that Whitby is my favourite seaside town. We go at least once a year but strangely enough, I've never been in the winter time. I'm not one of these people that hunker down during the darker months, I still like to be out and about and I lov...
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L'Art Du Fromage - Leeds City Centre
When I worked in Leeds city centre I used to walk past a French tearoom called Le Chalet every single day, I often used to think "I should really nip in and check this place out", but alas it never happened (as so many places in Leeds, a girl only has so mu...
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Slap and Pickle at Trinity Leeds
Roll up, roll up get your big long wieners before they're gone! Slap and Pickle have taken up one of the street food spots at Trinity Leeds this month. They've got rude and cheeky metaphors and similes hanging around all over the place and best of all, they...
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Cosy up at the Adelphi with their new winter menu.
The Adelphi is one of Leeds' most attractive looking pubs, in my opinion. It has retained so much of its original Victorian features and character. I could sit in this pub all day supping on a pint (or a few) admiring its small intricacies. Too many of Leed...
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Trinity Kitchen - The Latest Street Food Offerings!
Trinity Kitchen's new line up sees a few new faces to Leeds and a mix up of Sela Bar's little red bus's menu.  Sela Bar - Little Red Food Truck  Sela Bar is a favourite of mine for a pizza and an ever changing, well stocked bar. Their street food offerings ...
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Coffee Collective and Meyers Bageri - Copenhagen
I’ve included both The Coffee Collective and Meyers Bageri together in this one post, although it could be argued that they deserve their
own separate posts. My reasons for doing so is largely due to only having
visited Copenhagen once, and the time that I ...
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