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Self Preservation Society – A Journey in Self-Care.

This isn’t an article about the song ‘Self Preservation Society’ from the film The Italian Job or a kind of weird jam, but I think the title is apt and the subject something that I’ve been working on a lot … Continue reading

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How to Boost Your Immune System

It feels like proper Autumn here in London and with chilly weather (and back to school/work) comes illness. Here are some good tips to try and boost your immune system naturally. Originally posted on GoodtoKnow.co.uk.  By Vicky Woollaston If you … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review – MOMMI, Clapham, London

To champion the ‘effortlessly healthy’ Nikkei tag for which they are renowned, MOMMI has strived towards an entirely gluten free food menu since their launch two years ago. The small plate, market style ethos with taste profiles hailing from Latin … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review – Greens – Didsbury, Greater Manchester

 Ali of Team DC found herself hungry in Manchester, here’s what she found: Trendy Didsbury in Manchester has a street of tempting, laid-back cafes with attractive, artsy punters enjoying their late lunches on a Saturday afternoon. Shuffling along in t-shirt and jeans, I hope … Continue reading

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Book Review – 101 Chillies to Try Before You Die by David Floyd

  Post Author: Sue Davison If you’re a bit of a chilli fiend and like to grow your own then you’ll love this book by David Floyd of Chile Foundry. It’s like one of those pocket guides to British birds but better, … Continue reading

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Origins Of Restaurant Preview

From April 7th Origins Of will launch its first kitchen takeover in Spitalfields, hosted at the independently run venue Blessing’s. Abdulla Amin and Hugo Toland’s Middle Eastern-inspired take on traditional recipes will bring a new flavour to the plates of Londoners.  Friends for … Continue reading

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Best-Ever Tiramisu Recipe

Let’s keep our caffeine love affair going long into the night with this classic after-dinner dessert made with delicious coffee. Prep: 30 mins (+ chilling) Serves: 6 Ingredients:  568ml pot double cream 250g tub mascarpone 75ml marsala 5 tbsp golden … Continue reading

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