Artichoke

It is with mixed feelings that I write this review. Having stumbled upon this little gem by chance 18 months ago, I sort of want to keep its hidden secret to myself, but that would be selfish so I am forced to pour my foodie heart out to you all and beg you to visit as […]

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Week 5… a roundup

The problem with being a culinary student is that your homework is essentially  getting fat. You no longer plan days out, or evenings with friends, or even just your every-day, without considering what food and drink you might consume. You look to every available opportunity to sample something to inspire your tastebuds. Breakfast, Elevenses, Brunch, […]

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Sluttiness and Innuendos

Monday has come around again and I haven’t managed to squeeze in a single blog post in a whole week! Last week was a hectic, long, exhausting, emotional one, although I am still utterly besotted with Leiths, and even more so the people. They are the kindest, most talented (perfection seeking) bunch of souls I […]

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And so it begins… Leiths week one.

Sometimes you just go somewhere, a new place, and feel instantly at home. Somewhere you feel like you’ve never left, even though you’ve never been before. That feeling happened to me this week, when I found myself picking up my new knives for the first time, surrounded by the fifteen other enthusiastic foodies in my […]

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They call it Mallow Yellow

As this is my very first blog post, I thought I should make it about something scrummy! About 6 weeks ago, my lovely mum and I took my granny on holiday to Robin Hoods Bay in the North Yorkshire Moors to celebrate her 80th birthday. Whilst we were sat in our holiday cottage one evening […]

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