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Llamb’s Day Dinner at Tom Simmons – Tower Bridge

Chef Tom Simmons of MasterChef – The Professionals 2011 fame has opened an eponymous restaurant (his first) at the south end of Tower Bridge, showcasing his admiration of British and French cuisine with an emphasis on his Pembrokeshire heritage and on sourcing high quality Welsh ingredients. Continue reading

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Hey Häagen-Dazs, Gimme Five! #realornothing

Häagen-Dazs is my go-to ice cream. Honestly, much of the reasoning behind my preference is that I know the shops nearest my flat are going to have it in their freezers. Still, given the choice, I tend to buy Häagen-Dazs as I reckon it’s usually the yummiest option (no matter where in London I’m shopping). So, I enjoy it for its flavour – and its nice creamy texture – but the cool thing about Häagen-Dazs products is that their made without any yucky stuff. Continue reading

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#CookBrazil Feast with Tilda Limited Edition Brazilian Samba Rice

Talk about a foodie dream team! London based Brazilian food blogger Rosana McPhee and 2010 MasterChef winner Dhruv Baker collaborated last night on a Brazil themed feast hosted by supper club extraordinaire Luiz Hara and in celebration of the launch of Tilda brand’s Limited Edition Brazilian Samba Rice. Continue reading

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Recipe: Michel Roux Jr’s Crushed Garlicky Rooster Potatoes in Their Skin

With only these six ingredients (okay, eight if you count the salt and pepper) and just a handful of basic steps to follow, I found this recipe offered especially tasty value for minimal effort. Not much clean up afterward either. As the name implies, this dish is a garlic lover’s treat. I reckon you could tone down the amount of garlic suggested and still be happy with the results. An additional splash or two of the pastis wouldn’t be such a bad idea. Continue reading

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Michel Roux Jr Breakfast Event at Whole Foods Kensington, Monday 28 January

BBC 2’s Masterchef: The Professionals presenter, Michel Roux Jr, will appear at the Whole Foods Market in Kensington on Monday morning for a cooking demo, Q&A and book signing. Michel will be joined by Gerry Beck, head chef at Whole Foods Market. … Continue reading

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Zagat London’s 30 Under 30

Honouring some of London’s “best young foodies, restauranteurs and mixologists” and raising the spirits of a an already pretty cheery bunch of London foodie folk, Zagat London‘s 30 Under 30 awards bash at The Gilbert Scott’s bar in the St … Continue reading

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Foodie Competition For A Good Cause – Nom Nom Nom Is Back (Londonist)

The MasterChef style cook off for bloggers, food photographers and food writers is back. Continue reading

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Nom Nom Nom – Masterchef for Bloggers – Call for Entries (Londonist)

Nom Nom Nom – Masterchef for Bloggers – Call for Entries Londonist, June 12, 2010 11:45 AM Now in its third year, Nom Nom Nom is a MasterChef style competition for bloggers. It’s a chance for online writers and photographers … Continue reading

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