After a disastrous evening out at Fed By Water, a really shit vegan pizzeria, I was reluctant to go out and spend my money on any more animal-free food.
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Mike and I have given up meat for January. I know, I know. But my goals are a) to learn some new vegetarian recipes, to ultimately effect a less meat-heavy diet for the sake of the environment and b) to shed enough Christmas poundage to fit into something – anything – that doesn’t have an […]
If you’re ignoring the usual hoopla that surrounds the New Year healthy eating circus, there’s some good eating to be had in January, for cheap. And this year’s crop of bargains is even better than usual. (I’m gutted because I, weak-willed chubster that I am, am eschewing all things delicious until 1st February. Have an […]
December is expensive. But that’s okay, because January is the month of lentils and sobriety. And, because everyone is going vegan and giving up booze, the FOMO factor is pretty low.
Firepits, Thames-side views and steaming mugs of hot cider at the South Bank’s Rekorderlig pop-up.
I am so, so late to the Padella party, it was almost barely worth me turning up.
It isn’t often I feel compelled to blog about a new burger, but sometimes something comes along that just can’t be allowed to pass by without comment. Just in time for the hangover season, burger maestros Patty & Bun and Flat Iron steakhouse have joined forces to create ‘The Iron Patty’ (£12), which consists of […]
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The sheer quantity of interesting places to eat – and all the puff and pomp that go with them – means that most food-loving Londoners have a bucket list so long it would take a large windfall and unlimited annual leave to check everything off.