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Lizzie Mabbott
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Motu Indian Kitchen - Delivery
The Sethi Family are on a massive roll. Michelin-starred Trishna and Gymkhana , both on the high end of the Indian restaurant scale, are absolutely smashing it. If you haven't tried that wild muntjac biriyani served at the latter, get down there quick-smart...

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The Man Behind The Curtain, Leeds
I don't think I've ever waited 10 months for a restaurant reservation, but 10 months I waited, which is about standard for The Man Behind The Curtain , in Leeds. I have absolutely no idea why it's called that, and I really expected to be sitting at a darken...

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Weeknight-Friendly Duck Ssam
I love any kind of Ssam dishes. Ssam means 'wrapped' in Korean, and was most famously introduced to the masses by Momofuku of New York. Typically, it takes the form of lettuce wrapping rice, meat, kimchi and sauces. David Chang's recipe for Bo Ssam marinate...

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Chinese New Year 2017
Chinese New Year starts this Saturday, 28th - the year of the rooster. Here's a round-up of places to eat during the celebration, which lasts for two weeks. Time Out has a  great list of things happening in London  to mark the new year. TaTa Eatery , in Hag...

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Mercato Metropolitano, Borough (ish)
Last November I cycled 480km across Ghana with Child.Org , a brilliant charity doing great things in Africa. I'd wanted to do something of the sort ever since I was due to cycle London to Paris over three days in 2014, but a silly accident on a trampoline i...

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St. John Bread & Wine, Spitalfields
I suffer from a condition that, I suspect, a lot of Londoners have - it's the kind of condition where we're always striving for that next buzz, they next discovery of something new, exciting, fresh, perhaps a hint of one-upmanship (admit it). In this town w...

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Of vegan cream sauces, and my hiatus from blogging. I'M BACK!

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Sicilian Sausage, Spinach & Cashew Cream Bucatini
Hello, hi! It's been a while, hasn't it? I can't say why it's been this long - life got in the way, maybe? Except even when I was working full time and writing a cookbook and testing recipes in my 'spare time' I still managed to write blog posts, so that's ...

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Kiln, Soho
Kiln has just opened on Brewer Street, Soho, and it promises 'side of the road' style Thai food. There's no hint of eating at the side of a the road here, though; a shiny metal bar dominates the restaurant, extending down the side of the kitchen, where you ...

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On Málaga, and Solo Holidaying
I turned 30 last week. It seems like one of those big milestones in life, one of those really important birthdays that everyone celebrates with real gusto, though I'm not really sure why. I get 18 - legally allowed to do all the fun things, like buy booze a...
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