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Luiz Hara Supper Club: A Homemade Japanese & Nikkei Feast

A few weeks ago I attended my first ever supper club. But it wasn’t just any supper club – this was Luiz Hara, aka the highly regarded author of the award-winning blog The London Foodie’s, supper club.

Take Eat Easy: Gourmet Takeaway Service & Excellent Food from Sushino En

So I have something rather exciting to share with you all. Enter Take Eat Easy. A new food-tech start-up that’s giving a whole new meaning to the word ‘takeaway’.

The Three Peaks Challenge: To the Top of Scotland, England & Wales, in Less than a Day

For those who don’t know, the Three Peaks Challenge involves climbing the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales, in less than 24 hours.

London in the Sky with Lima Floral: Canapés with a View

For one of Michael’s birthday presents I wanted to give him an experience. When I then heard of London in the Sky, and realised that it was taking place in September, it was as if the Gods of Fate had spoken to me. It was perfect.

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Andrea’s Passions: Blog Hop & Future Plans

Monday, 28th September 2015

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Andrea’s Passions: Blog Hop & Future Plans

Thanks to Lauren from The Lifestyle Diaries, you are all cordially invited to a little sneak peek behind the scenes of my blog.

Galvin La Chapelle: Birthday #4 – Michelin Star Food in a Stunning Chapel

To round up my birthday celebrations, Michael took me for dinner at Galvin la Chapelle, a Michelin-starred restaurant housed in a seriously stunning former Victorian chapel.

Oscar Bar & Roka: Birthday #3 – Keeping Up Traditions

For the past 3 years my ‘family’ birthday night has meant drinks at Oscar Bar & Restaurant in the Charlotte Street Hotel, followed by dinner at Roka, which, if you are a regular reader, you will know is my favourite restaurant in the whole wide world, and is just a few metres walk away.

The Party: Birthday #2 – At Home with My Favourites

I’m more of a birthday week than a birthday kinda gal; genuinely not because it’s supposed to be about celebrating me, but because I find it a great excuse to make lots of plans filled with all of my favourite people and things.

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Sushisamba: Birthday #1 – Fusion with a View

Sunday, 28th June 2015

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Sushisamba: Birthday #1 – Fusion with a View

To kick off my birthday celebrations in style, two of my best gal pals (Josie & Grace) and I went for dinner at Sushisamba, located on the 39th floor of the Heron Tower.

Taste of London: Summer Fun & Utter Foodie Bliss

If you love food, then Taste of London is an absolute must in your life. This year was the first time that I’ve been (or heard of it), but I can tell you now that it’s already in my diary for next year, and the year after, and the year after…

Savse Smoothies: A Smoothie a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Smoothies and juices have long been promoted as ‘healthy’, yet the shop-bought options tend to be anything but; packed full of sugar, juice from concentrate or powders, and have undergone heat pasteurisation to kill any bacteria, simultaneously destroying all of the nutrients.

The Dorchester: Afternoon Tea & Bubbles For a Queen

I was a little slow on the ‘advance booking’ of Mother’s Day celebrations this year, so despite trying to find a suitably fitting option to celebrate my favourite lady two weeks before the big day, I was coming up empty.

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Tower 42: Our 3-Year Anniversary

Saturday, 31st January 2015

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Tower 42: Our 3-Year Anniversary

I absolutely cannot believe Michael and I have been together for 3 years. Both because 3 years have flown by at the speed of light, and because I cannot remember him ever not being around, pinching my cheeks, making ridiculous noises and being a general loveable nutcase.

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Fare Healthy: A Healthy Foodie Day

Thursday, 29th January 2015

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Fare Healthy: A Healthy Foodie Day

Last Saturday I dragged Michael to Fare Healthy, a much-anticipated (on my behalf) day of learning about new and exciting food & exercise techniques, with some of the nation's (and my) current favourite culinary icons.

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