Experience the thrill of live action in a Michelin starred kitchen, with Michelin Starred Chef Steve Smith @ Bohemia in Jersey. While most masterclasses involve simply learning a recipe, Steve Smith @ Bohemia’s will take place at the Chef’s Table within the kitchen where the heat is on! Steve will show his guests all the insider tricks of the trade and share the hottest new trends during this evening event. Guests will be able to sample their own creation at the end of the cookery session. It will be a fantastic opportunity to make new friends, while indulging in high class gastronomy. The evening, priced at £95pp, will commence at 6pm with a Champagne meet and greet, and the culinary creations will be sampled at 8pm. Call 01534 876500 to make a booking or visit www.theclubjersey.com.
Experience the thrill of live action in a Michelin starred kitchen, with Michelin Starred Chef Steve Smith @ Bohemia in Jersey. While most masterclasses involve simply learning a recipe, Steve Smith @ Bohemia’s will take place at the Chef’s Table within the kitchen where the heat is on! Steve will show his guests all the insider tricks of the trade and share the hottest new trends during this evening event. Guests will be able to sample their own creation at the end of the cookery session. It will be a fantastic opportunity to make new friends, while indulging in high class gastronomy. The evening, priced at £95pp, will commence at 6pm with a Champagne meet and greet, and the culinary creations will be sampled at 8pm. Call 01534 876500 to make a booking or visit www.theclubjersey.com.
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Hunter 486 will be celebrating game season, one of the most exciting events in the kitchen calender, with a different game dish every fortnight from the 1 September until 23 November 2014. Foodies can feast on top quailty game dishes, such as Roasted haunch of Chart Farm venison with marinated red cabbage, almond potatoes, bitter chocolate scented jus and caramelised parsnips; and Roasted goose breast with wild boar bacon and roast salsify, potato and turnip dauphinoise. Located just off Oxford street, the stylish restaurant offers a fine setting in which to celebrate the glorious game season.
Hunter 486 will be celebrating game season, one of the most exciting events in the kitchen calender, with a different game dish every fortnight from the 1 September until 23 November 2014. Foodies can feast on top quailty game dishes, such as Roasted haunch of Chart Farm venison with marinated red cabbage, almond potatoes, bitter chocolate scented jus and caramelised parsnips; and Roasted goose breast with wild boar bacon and roast salsify, potato and turnip dauphinoise. Located just off Oxford street, the stylish restaurant offers a fine setting in which to celebrate the glorious game season.
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Foxcroft & Ginger Adds Biodynamic Wines to the Menu. Want to feel less guilty about having a glass (or three) of wine? Artisan cafe-cum-bakery Foxcroft & Ginger has gone a step beyond organic, by offering biodynamic wines at their Soho and Whitechapel branches. The trend for eco-friendly biodynamic wines is expanding, with London eateries such as Foxcroft & Ginger leading the way in helping to save both the planet and our livers. The biodynamic method of making wine uses compost and herbal teas in order to create healthier vines, and the vineyard work is timed with the seasonal rhythms of the earth. Non-biodynamic wines are often made using man-made chemical pesticides and fertilisers which can endanger the creator, environment and the consumer. Biodynamic agriculture helps to enhance nutrition, quality and flavour of products and controls pests by encouraging natural predators without the need for dangerous pesticides. The biodynamic wines on offer at Foxcroft and Ginger include white wine, La Boheme with grapes harvested by hand, and Lo Petit Fantet D’Hippolyte, a dark ruby from Chateaux Ollieux Romanis in Monseret which is fermented with natural yeasts and no added sulphur. Foxcroft & Ginger is the lovechild of dynamic husband and wife duo, Quintin and Georgina, who spent over ten years launching successful restaurants before taking the plunge with their own creation. The artisan café and bakery also offers a specialist range of hand-made baked goods, incredible cakes, delicious brunches, sourdough-based pizza, creative cocktails and exquisite coffee. Every single ingredient is freshly made in-house, with original recipes lovingly tweaked to perfection. Foxcroft & Ginger, 69-89 Mile End Road, E1 4TT www.foxcroftandginger.com
Foxcroft & Ginger Adds Biodynamic Wines to the Menu. Want to feel less guilty about having a glass (or three) of wine? Artisan cafe-cum-bakery Foxcroft & Ginger has gone a step beyond organic, by offering biodynamic wines at their Soho and Whitechapel branches. The trend for eco-friendly biodynamic wines is expanding, with London eateries such as Foxcroft & Ginger leading the way in helping to save both the planet and our livers. The biodynamic method of making wine uses compost and herbal teas in order to create healthier vines, and the vineyard work is timed with the seasonal rhythms of the earth. Non-biodynamic wines are often made using man-made chemical pesticides and fertilisers which can endanger the creator, environment and the consumer. Biodynamic agriculture helps to enhance nutrition, quality and flavour of products and controls pests by encouraging natural predators without the need for dangerous pesticides. The biodynamic wines on offer at Foxcroft and Ginger include white wine, La Boheme with grapes harvested by hand, and Lo Petit Fantet D’Hippolyte, a dark ruby from Chateaux Ollieux Romanis in Monseret which is fermented with natural yeasts and no added sulphur. Foxcroft & Ginger is the lovechild of dynamic husband and wife duo, Quintin and Georgina, who spent over ten years launching successful restaurants before taking the plunge with their own creation. The artisan café and bakery also offers a specialist range of hand-made baked goods, incredible cakes, delicious brunches, sourdough-based pizza, creative cocktails and exquisite coffee. Every single ingredient is freshly made in-house, with original recipes lovingly tweaked to perfection. Foxcroft & Ginger, 69-89 Mile End Road, E1 4TT www.foxcroftandginger.com
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Summer has well and truly arrived, and what better way to celebrate than with a Mediterranean-inspired feast? This colourful vegetable tart will make a beautiful addition to any tapas spread, bringing that holiday feeling to the table in no time.
Summer has well and truly arrived, and what better way to celebrate than with a Mediterranean-inspired feast? This colourful vegetable tart will make a beautiful addition to any tapas spread, bringing that holiday feeling to the table in no time.
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With the spell of warm weather allowing diners to eat al fresco, these delightful Japanese cheesecakes are a sophisticated oriental take on the traditional British picnic this summer. The cheesecakes can be layered into empty jam jars, decorated with raffeta and ribbon and popped into hampers for easy transportation, bringing a smile to faces when presented. Protein packed tofu and the sunny yuzu fruit add an extra tang for an original and moreish dessert. The individual portions will even save fights over who has the biggest slice. The Yutaka brand was first launched in 1995 and is the leading Japanese range in 16 countries across the globe. The exciting range includes sauces, sushi ingredients, soups, rice, noodles and “easy to use” meal kits – allowing the ardent foodie to create healthy, flavoursome and attractive Japanese cuisine at home. For more information please visit www.yutaka.co/en/
With the spell of warm weather allowing diners to eat al fresco, these delightful Japanese cheesecakes are a sophisticated oriental take on the traditional British picnic this summer. The cheesecakes can be layered into empty jam jars, decorated with raffeta and ribbon and popped into hampers for easy transportation, bringing a smile to faces when presented. Protein packed tofu and the sunny yuzu fruit add an extra tang for an original and moreish dessert. The individual portions will even save fights over who has the biggest slice. The Yutaka brand was first launched in 1995 and is the leading Japanese range in 16 countries across the globe. The exciting range includes sauces, sushi ingredients, soups, rice, noodles and “easy to use” meal kits – allowing the ardent foodie to create healthy, flavoursome and attractive Japanese cuisine at home. For more information please visit www.yutaka.co/en/
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BBQ season is now in full swing and rather than serving the usual smorgasbord of meats, why not go Swedish this summer? The unique combination of rich venison, aromatic juniper berries and distinctive Västerbottensost cheese are certain to set taste buds a-tingling. Named the “King of cheese’s” in Sweden, Västerbottensost has been made to the same secret recipe since 1872. The cheese is typically aged for 14 months, in which time it develops a unique character with both salty and bitter tones. This distinctive cheese along with the flavourful venison – one of the nation’s most beloved meats – makes for a perfectly Swedish pairing. Västerbottensost is available in Waitrose, Ocado and Selfridges.
BBQ season is now in full swing and rather than serving the usual smorgasbord of meats, why not go Swedish this summer? The unique combination of rich venison, aromatic juniper berries and distinctive Västerbottensost cheese are certain to set taste buds a-tingling. Named the “King of cheese’s” in Sweden, Västerbottensost has been made to the same secret recipe since 1872. The cheese is typically aged for 14 months, in which time it develops a unique character with both salty and bitter tones. This distinctive cheese along with the flavourful venison – one of the nation’s most beloved meats – makes for a perfectly Swedish pairing. Västerbottensost is available in Waitrose, Ocado and Selfridges.
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The UK’s most expensive pot of tea is available at the prestigious Royal China Club, on Baker Street in London. Like a fine wine, the tea leaves of Da Honh Pao (Imperial Red Robe) are left to mature and gain flavour for 80 years before being served. The legendary artisan tea leaves are extremely seasonal and can only be harvested on certain days of the year. Records of its existence date as far back as the early 18th century, during the Qing Dynasty, when the emperor Da Hong Pao was entitled “King of Tea” due to his love of the beverage. Due to its high quality, Da Hong Pao tea is usually reserved for honored guests in China. The high grade oolong tea, served at exactly 95°c in Royal China Club, is handmade from tender leaves, withered, tumbled, curled and baked in small batches over charcoal to create an aromatic infusion with distinctive dark cocoa notes, a toasted fruity flavour and a long smooth aftertaste that lingers for a good few minutes after being consumed. For tea lovers who can’t quite stretch to the £180 price tag, Royal China Club offers a range of 18 different types of artisan teas from different regions in China, starting from £4.80 for two. The Royal China Group consists of six of London’s most authentic and prestigious Chinese restaurants, including the luxurious and critically-acclaimed Royal China Club. Based in prime areas of London, the restaurants are centrally located on Baker Street, as well as in Bayswater, Fulham, Harrow-on-the-Hill and Canary Wharf. www.royalchinagroup.co.uk
The UK’s most expensive pot of tea is available at the prestigious Royal China Club, on Baker Street in London. Like a fine wine, the tea leaves of Da Honh Pao (Imperial Red Robe) are left to mature and gain flavour for 80 years before being served. The legendary artisan tea leaves are extremely seasonal and can only be harvested on certain days of the year. Records of its existence date as far back as the early 18th century, during the Qing Dynasty, when the emperor Da Hong Pao was entitled “King of Tea” due to his love of the beverage. Due to its high quality, Da Hong Pao tea is usually reserved for honored guests in China. The high grade oolong tea, served at exactly 95°c in Royal China Club, is handmade from tender leaves, withered, tumbled, curled and baked in small batches over charcoal to create an aromatic infusion with distinctive dark cocoa notes, a toasted fruity flavour and a long smooth aftertaste that lingers for a good few minutes after being consumed. For tea lovers who can’t quite stretch to the £180 price tag, Royal China Club offers a range of 18 different types of artisan teas from different regions in China, starting from £4.80 for two. The Royal China Group consists of six of London’s most authentic and prestigious Chinese restaurants, including the luxurious and critically-acclaimed Royal China Club. Based in prime areas of London, the restaurants are centrally located on Baker Street, as well as in Bayswater, Fulham, Harrow-on-the-Hill and Canary Wharf. www.royalchinagroup.co.uk
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Raspberry Pi Temperature Controller by Robogaia Industries , LLC — Kickstarter
Raspberry Pi Temperature Controller by Robogaia Industries , LLC — Kickstarter
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You know the situation. That agonising decision at a restaurant or summer BBQ – do you go for beef, lamb, chicken or pork? Thankfully, meat-lovers all over the UK need fear no longer, because Kanteen restaurant in West London has launched a burger that towers with the meaty goodness of all of your favourite animals – The Farmyard Burger. Priced at £18, the sandwich’s base is a juicy homemade beef patty, topped with spiced lamb shish, succulent grilled chicken breast, salty smoked bacon and melted cheese, all stuffed into a seeded brioche bun and served with a minted lamb ‘sheep dip’ gravy sauce. The burgers will be served for a limited time only during the summer, to celebrate K West’s new burger range which includes the Brick Lane Burger – a beef patty topped with salt beef, cheese, mustard-mayo, tomatoes, pickles and lettuce. Or the California Chicken – with grilled chicken breast, smoked bacon, melted cheese, avocado, mustard-mayo, tomatoes, pickles, lettuce and onion. Guests can chow down on the burgers in Kanteen restaurant, which is perched on a mezzanine floor above the bar and offers high quality food and a sociable atmosphere. Head Chef, Eduart Berisha has created an inventive menu focusing on modern British cuisine to satisfy the cosmopolitan clientele. Ever changing artwork adorns the walls and is available to buy. K West Hotel & Spa, Richmond Way, London W14 0AX For reservations, please call: 020 8008 6600 or visit www.k-west.co.uk
You know the situation. That agonising decision at a restaurant or summer BBQ – do you go for beef, lamb, chicken or pork? Thankfully, meat-lovers all over the UK need fear no longer, because Kanteen restaurant in West London has launched a burger that towers with the meaty goodness of all of your favourite animals – The Farmyard Burger. Priced at £18, the sandwich’s base is a juicy homemade beef patty, topped with spiced lamb shish, succulent grilled chicken breast, salty smoked bacon and melted cheese, all stuffed into a seeded brioche bun and served with a minted lamb ‘sheep dip’ gravy sauce. The burgers will be served for a limited time only during the summer, to celebrate K West’s new burger range which includes the Brick Lane Burger – a beef patty topped with salt beef, cheese, mustard-mayo, tomatoes, pickles and lettuce. Or the California Chicken – with grilled chicken breast, smoked bacon, melted cheese, avocado, mustard-mayo, tomatoes, pickles, lettuce and onion. Guests can chow down on the burgers in Kanteen restaurant, which is perched on a mezzanine floor above the bar and offers high quality food and a sociable atmosphere. Head Chef, Eduart Berisha has created an inventive menu focusing on modern British cuisine to satisfy the cosmopolitan clientele. Ever changing artwork adorns the walls and is available to buy. K West Hotel & Spa, Richmond Way, London W14 0AX For reservations, please call: 020 8008 6600 or visit www.k-west.co.uk
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Hey Londoners it’s officially time for our first official supper club on the 19th of July! We are gonna be serving our special summer menu which is a mix of amazing and authentic tastes from France and Greece.
Hey Londoners it’s officially time for our first official supper club on the 19th of July! We are gonna be serving our special summer menu which is a mix of amazing and authentic tastes from France and Greece.
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(London, UK) Pimms at Lancaster London
(London, UK) Pimms at Lancaster London
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(London, UK) Lancaster London has football fever with the FIFA World Cup
(London, UK) Lancaster London has football fever with the FIFA World Cup
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(London, UK) Portuguese Wine North Vs. South — Wine Tasting, June 26
(London, UK) Portuguese Wine North Vs. South — Wine Tasting, June 26
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(London, UK) Gin Tasting Evening with Drink Expert Joel Harrison. July 24th
(London, UK) Gin Tasting Evening with Drink Expert Joel Harrison. July 24th
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Supper Club, Cafe Chula Mexicana, Camden Town, Thurs 26th June tinyurl.com/myrzl6j
Supper Club, Cafe Chula Mexicana, Camden Town, Thurs 26th June tinyurl.com/myrzl6j
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Foodgasm! Honey glazed sweet potato and chicken skewers
Foodgasm! Honey glazed sweet potato and chicken skewers
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(Whitby, UK) Taste of Brazil. June 28th 2014
(Whitby, UK) Taste of Brazil. June 28th 2014
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(Jersey) Bohemian Afternoon Tea Collection The Club Hotel & Spa
(Jersey) Bohemian Afternoon Tea Collection The Club Hotel & Spa
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We get our hands on some “Booby Ice Cream”(via RocketNews24)
We get our hands on some “Booby Ice Cream”(via RocketNews24)
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26 Insanely Easy Two-Ingredient Popsicles — recipes
26 Insanely Easy Two-Ingredient Popsicles — recipes
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(London,UK) Father’s Day Special At The Lancaster London. June 15 2014
(London,UK) Father’s Day Special At The Lancaster London. June 15 2014
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Four Course Dinner to celebrate Summer Solstice in Haggerston. June 20th/ 21st.
Four Course Dinner to celebrate Summer Solstice in Haggerston. June 20th/ 21st.
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(London, UK) Pizza Speed Tasting by Taste in London. July-Aug 2014
(London, UK) Pizza Speed Tasting by Taste in London. July-Aug 2014
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(London, UK ) Veggie Pizza Speed Tasting by Taste in London. Aug 9 2014
(London, UK ) Veggie Pizza Speed Tasting by Taste in London. Aug 9 2014
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Would You Pay $1,000 Once to Get Free Beer for Life? (via CityLab)
Would You Pay $1,000 Once to Get Free Beer for Life? (via CityLab)
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Richmond Fine Food and Real Ale Festival. August 23rd – 25th 2014
Richmond Fine Food and Real Ale Festival. August 23rd – 25th 2014
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(London, UK) Celebrate London Wine Week. June 2-3 2013
(London, UK) Celebrate London Wine Week. June 2-3 2013
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Look Fly & Get Boozy With FlaskScarf (Via Incredible Things)
Look Fly & Get Boozy With FlaskScarf (Via Incredible Things)
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(London, UK) Special Menu @ Hunter 486
(London, UK) Special Menu @ Hunter 486
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(London, UK) National Vegetarian Week – new menu
(London, UK) National Vegetarian Week – new menu
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