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Sites I Love

My Curated List of site, brands, shops and bloggers that I can’t get enough of. 

Homewares Heals // Habitat // Ikea // West Elm // Anthropologie // Flying Tiger // Selfridges // Forrest // Zara Home // H&M Home // Home Sense

Food: Lina Store // Japan Centre // Selfridges Food // Harrods Food Hall // 

Food Bloggers:  One Hungry Asian // Cutlery Cronicals // Eat Like a Girl // Food Stories //  Hollow Legs // Little London Foodie // Romy London Vegan Food Blog // London Foodie // Ms Marmite Lover //  Samphire & Salsify // Little Miss Katy

LIfestyle Bloggers: Fashion For Lunch // Fashion Foie Gras // Wildcat Fintess //  

Fever Tree Championships with Haagen-Dazs

I have always had a soft spot for tennis. I took it up as a kid for two reasons. Being obsessed with the upturned collar Lacoste polo shirt and deck shoe wearing preppy brigade it was the ONLY sport that I could play and play the part of the prepster. The other reason I played tennis was that because of my general husky size I was recruited by the football team to play and the last thing I wanted to get battered around on a grassy muddy field by a bunch of other adolescent kinds. So, tennis was my way out, my escape, my pass to avoid broken bones and bruised eyes and feigning a macho persona.

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Greek influenced Bruschetta

I had the pleasure of attending an evening of Greek produce and food.  Before the night, Greek food to me was grilled lamb, plastic wrapped feta and moussaka.  Yeah, I know it’s more than that, what I liked most was their passion for the ingredients.

We learned about currants, dairy, mastic and obviously olive oil. In my mind I never associate olive oil with Greece, yes, I knew that they produced it.   But it really hit home how important it is to Greece when reminded that it comes from a sacred and blessed tree dating to ancient Greece. Olive branches were used to crown Olympic winners after all.

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3 of My Favourite Small Batch Ice Creams in London

If you follow me on Instagram (and if you dont.. why not?) you know that I’m obsessed with ice cream.  I’m somewhat an ice cream snob… I say somewhat and really mean a total Ice Cream snob.  I mean life is too short for the run of the mill ice cream.  As wankery, as it sounds, small batch is the best.  These alchemists of ice cream really know their craft and use the best ingredients.  Most importantly they have a major passion for the creamy stuff and they are all bloody lovely people too!

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3 New(ish) Burgers on the Block

About 4 years ago I thought the burger bubble would have burst by now.  Not in as much the way that burgers would just go away… but more in the way that people would not try and break into the burger scene in London.  Honestly, I’m glad that the bubble has not burst, I’m excited that new burgers are coming on to the scene.  I’m optimistic that some of the OG burger joints are upping their game.  I’m wondering if we really need a branch of Whalburgers?

Like most things in life all the fresh and exciting talent comes from the street. Food is no different. In order to stand out, you need to carve your niche.  Here are three of my favourite New Kids on the (Burger) Block.

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A Royal Wedding Afteroon Tea – YoSushi Style

I don’t know about you, but this Saturday I had major FOMO.  Not just because of the Royal Wedding, but I realised that vie never been to Windsor.  While doing my Windsor restraint recon, I saw Yo Sushi was doing a special Royal Wedding Afternoon tea.  I’m not embarrassed to admit this, but I really love Yo Sushi, so much, in fact, I chose to ring in the New Year this year at the Southbank Restaurant.  Seeing that this Afternoon Tea was only available in Windsor, I did not want to suffer more FOMO.

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Living your Best French Life

Since I was a kid I always romanced the idyllic French dream. I chose to study French in school, I obsessed about French cooking and longed for a baguette and brie life one day.

Makes me sad to say that every time I’ve visited France it’s never lived up to the dream the dream. Nowhere near the levels of the Paris syndrome that people suffer. Despite 10 or so visits I never really ache to go back. When I do get the hankering for escargot and steak tartare, as you do, it never results in a Eurostar booking.

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