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Kacie Morgan (The Rare Welsh Bit)
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Freelance writer and food & travel blogger @ The Rare Welsh Bit
Freelance writer and food & travel blogger @ The Rare Welsh Bit

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We all know someone who loves coffee. Some of us may even known someone who practically survives on the stuff. I’ve been looking for a Christmas gift for my dad, who runs on coffee. Dependent on how much you want to spend, there are a range of Christmas…

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Recently, I was contacted by Fforestfach Retail Park, Swansea, who are putting together the Fforestfach Guide to Christmas to give people the best fashion, homes and food advice from a team of bloggers. My mission, if I chose to accept it, was to become…

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When you’re greeted by a gigantic Christmas tree, a bough of mistletoe, a pianist and a saxophonist playing Christmas classics when you walk into a hotel foyer, you know you’re in for a festive stay. That was the scene I was met with as I stepped inside…

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Crispy roast chicken packed with sage and onion stuffing, served with roast potatoes so crispy, you hear a crunch every time someone bites into one. Honey-glazed parsnips, sliced carrots, diced swede, juicy petit pois and fresh sprouts. Not forgetting a…

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A Cardiff girl born and bred, there’s lots of things I love about living in the Welsh capital. I could go on all day about why I love my home city so much, so without further ado, here are my top 10 reasons to love living in Cardiff: The food is lush Just…

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Cooking off the cuff is often the best way to discover new flavours and recipes. As long as you’ve got the basics down, you can get away with experimenting and throwing a few things in here and there to see what happens. Most of the time, the food still…

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Everyone enjoys treating themselves to a restaurant meal from time to time; it’s nice to let someone else do the cooking and washing up, and if you’re craving a particular cuisine, you know it’ll never taste the same when you make it at home. But just how…

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When I went to World Travel Market in London last month, I met up with the Taiwanese tourist board to talk about what really draws me to visit Taiwan – the food! Recently voted the world’s best destination for food by CNN, Taiwan offers endless…

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How do you like your tea? I like mine with a little bit of milk and one sugar, and I always leave the bag to brew for a few minutes before adding the milk. I tend to stick to tea bags as opposed to loose leaf tea and I’m not really fussy about which brand…

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Mumbai, or the City of Dreams, is one of the most populated and most visited places in India. The city is known for its fast pace, wonderful sights, street food, and its rich culture and history. Although I didn’t manage to get to Mumbai during my two…
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