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Sophie Godwin
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London based food blogger, freelance chef and Leiths graduate
London based food blogger, freelance chef and Leiths graduate

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I love the challenge of creating vegan food. Yes it requires a more open minded approach and a little imagination but the results can be utterly delicious. Take fried chickpeas with tahini dressing or a decadent chocolate cake... 
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Can't beat a good corn on the cob. Grab them quick before the UK season ends. Ate this one with chilli and thyme butter 
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What happens when a sustainable micro brewery put on an 8 course Asian influenced, British seasonal tasting menu in a proper boozer in Balham.... 

Read my review to find out more! http://sophieonaplate.com/?p=2019
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New review up about last Thursday's bloggers evening at recently opened 155 Bar and Kitchen curated by About Time Magazine. If you like creative cocktails be sure to check this post out! http://sophieonaplate.com/?p=1985
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New review up about BAO London a tiny Taiwanese place in Soho serving unreal food! www.sophieonaplate.com
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Recipe for British Rack of Lamb, Parmesan Gnocchi, Seasonal Greens and Red Wine Sauce up on my blog. Showcases the best of seasonal produce. www.sophieonaplate.com
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Bit late in the day to be blogging but hey ho.. Check out my new review of pop up of the moment Bone Daddies Shakfuyu, a Japanese/American hybrid. www.sophieonaplate.com 
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New review up about a fabulous little Italian restaurant in Brook Green that makes a great date night. www.sophieonaplate.com 
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Hope everyone is having a nice Mothers Day. New recipe up on my blog for a roasted vegetable salad. Very simple to make, healthy and comforting...  www.sophieonaplate.com 
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Good morning on this spring like Friday. Check out my new recipe for an alternative way to cook mussels, steaming them in ale with mustard and garlic. Delicious. www.sophieonaplate.com 
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