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The NEC in Birmingham is one huge place. Various events can be held in this ginormous venue at the same time – one of the most popular happens to be the BBC Good Food Show. Our last trip to this event was back in 2008, how time flies! This trip was a…
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Stuart Broad and his team are at it again. Two years after revamping and reopening The Three Crowns pub in the village of Wymeswold, a new venture with a cricket-themed title has recently opened its doors in nearby Upper Broughton – The Tap and Run.  …
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Anywhere with ‘Awesome’ in the title has to be good right? We checked out an eatery close to Leicester’s Haymarket Centre that always has queues going right down the street – Awesome Chips. Based on the Amsterdam concept of chips with various sauces and…
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  More adventures using the unique flavours from Yee Kwan Ice Cream right here with these simple and tasty Sorbet Bars.  A quick mix of coconut, apricot, olive oil and pistachio creates the biscuit encasing the fruity sorbet. These bars are perfect to…
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  Japanese food in Leicester is really starting to grow. Many places are opening inspired by the food from the land of the rising sun. Wakaze is one that we’ve had our eye on now for some time. A quiet restaurant in a prominent position, Wakaze always…
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Crazy Golf, cocktails and street food all in one place? Oh yeah! This is Caddyshackers, a brand new place in Leicester at which you can enjoy a round of golf along with many rounds of drinks. Location could be an early potential stumbling block for…
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Somewhere on my vast bookshelf is a cookery book dedicated to pastry. This book is by a man called Richard Bertinet, owner of a bakery in the side streets of Bath. Bertinet’s book is simple and informative and has always stayed in my mind. I headed to his…
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