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Review – Carluccio’s summer sharing plates [nationwide]

The sharing plates menu will also draw in lovers of tapas, groups looking for a low-key dining experience, or anyone like me who just has eyes bigger than their stomach and wants to try a bit of everything!  Rating In a word Sociable Cuisine Fresh Italian food Appeals to
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Where are the pancakes? At “WHERE THE PANCAKES ARE…” of course!

Fan of pancakes but not a fan of making them yourself? Head down to WHERE THE PANCAKES ARE… at Regents Canal in Hackney for a flipping good feast. These guys will be launching their first permanent restaurant in Summer 2015 but in the meantime, WHERE THE PANCAKES
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Turkey Pilaf with Pistachios & Pomegranate by Sarah Randell, Sainsbury’s Magazine

We all know the drill, cook a hundred tons of food on Christmas Day and have at least half less by the next day. Traditionally this has been solved by the production of turkey sandwiches, soups or the much loved but repetitive turkey curry … but it all gets a bit on the
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White Chocolate, Fruit and Nut Biscotti by Mark Tilling for Squires Kitchen Bake School

Italian biscuity goodness, predicted to be a firm favourite over the holiday season. This recipe is by Mark Tilling and features in the latest issue of Squires Kitchen Bake School Magazine – read our review of this great mag here.  
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Review – Ultimate English confectionary range

Ultimate English  combines the best of traditional confectionery, with new and exciting ideas and flavour combinations. The range looks and feels quirky and quintessentially British. It makes you feel like its fun and it great for sharing with all of the family, with
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Review – The Vegan Menu @ The Montagu, London

Nestled in the ground floor of the Churchill Hyatt Regency Hotel, near Marble Arch, this venue is a traditional hotel restaurant that is being given new flair by a creative, young and talented chef. A great option to cap a day’s shopping on Oxford Street or as a hot spot
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Recipe: Whisky Sour by World Duty Free

To celebrate their 2014 Whisky Festival, World Duty free asked resident cocktail expert, Charlie McCarthy to revive this time old classic cocktail. Simplistic, classic and stylish, this drink is not for the faint-hearted as it really packs a  sour punch!   
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Garlic Prawns

 This fresh and simple recipe is brought to us via Knorr. They invited us along to a tasting evening to see just what can be achieved using their range of flavour pots. I recreated this recipe at the weekend as a starter for my dinner party and it went down extremely well
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Recipe: Fabulous Fish Cakes from Eggs for Soldiers

This easy fish cake recipe tastes so good! It puts leftover mashed potato to good use with canned tuna, chopped hard-boiled eggs and sweet corn, so it’s economical too.
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Recipe: The Thinwich

To help save the nation’s waistlines this January, Warburtons has teamed up with East London street restaurant, Caboose, to create the Thinwich, a light, vibrant and tasty sandwich alternative using Warburtons’ low-calorie Sandwich Thins as a base. Try your hand at
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