23, 04, 2018

Ras Al Khaimah – A Food Wishlist

I was recently looking at my travel wish list and one that stuck out to me was Ras Al Khaimah, the northernmost emirate of the United Arab Emirates. Ras Al Khaimah is known for it’s Arabian Gulf beaches and the RAK National Museum which is housed inside a centuries old fort. I would love to go to the Ice Land Water Park, hit the dessert riding a dune buggy and visit Jebel Jais, the highest mountain in the UAE, where I would grapple with my fear of heights to go on the world’s longest zipline – Jebel Jais Flight. The main part that drew me in to Ras Al Khaimah though would have to be the food as they play host to a multitude of cuisines which hooked the foodie within, so I’m going to share with you my wish list of restaurants to visit in Ras Al Khaimah.Read more »

26, 03, 2018

Matsya Contemporary Indian Dining

Nestled in the heart of the exclusive Mayfair district of London on Curzon Street, Matsya is a brand new Indian restaurant that officially opens its doors to the public on April 1st. I was invited to review the restaurant with my friend and fellow blogger Charli and as big fans of Indian cuisine we were extremely excited to get an early glimpse at their menu and get to try some new dishes.

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16, 03, 2018

Afternoon Tea l Ham Yard Hotel

Something I have always wanted to do is go to Afternoon Tea but due to allergies and being so fussy with food it’s something I’ve always avoided as I never really thought they could cater to me. Over the past few years the majority of places have improved greatly when it comes to catering to different food preferences so when one of my blogging friendship groups said they all wanted to go for Afternoon Tea I said yes straight away and we decided to go to The Ham Yard Hotel.

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14, 03, 2018

Loch Fyne Seafood & Grill Restaurant


Loch Fyne, a Seafood and Grill Restaurant, is one of my family’s favourite places to go to for meals out. We are all big fans of fish dishes, it’s always my Mum’s first choice when someone says what food could you not live without. Loch Fyne was brought to life by two oyster enthusiasts, Johnny and Andy, who started selling their oysters from a small shack on the west coast of Scotland. They now have 33 restaurants up and down the country, providing fresh, sustainably sourced seafood dishes, most of which is delivered fresh from the loch itself.

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15, 12, 2017

A Co-Op Christmas

Food to go, starters, main course essentials, chocolate and sweeties, cheese and crackers, free from range, Co-Op has it all this Christmas including my favourite Co-op Irresistible Prosecco. In May this year Co-op announced they would be the only national UK retailer committed to selling 100% British fresh meat across all their fresh products. Customers can now shop with Co-op knowing the meat in their Christmas sandwiches, glazed gammon and turkeys are all British.

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06, 10, 2017

Off The Wall On The Plate Pop Up Restaurant

For the last two weeks the UK’s largest wallpaper manufacturer Graham & Brown transformed their Soho Townhouse into The House Of Wallpaper. I was invited by the PR company Branded3 to attend the seven course Pop Up Restaurant entitled Off The Wall On The Plate, created by the extremely talented Pedro Passinhas. They were nice enough to also offer me a plus one for the event so I took my friend and fellow blogger Abi.Read more »

28, 07, 2017

Holly’s Lollies Alcoholic Sweets

Hands up if you know that I like a drink, an alcoholic drink that is. Everyone’s hands up? Thought so! So I’m sure you can all imagine when I heard about Hollys Lollies. alcoholic sweets I had to treat myself, and because I’m so lovely I bought some for friends and family too.Read more »

23, 05, 2017

SORTEDfood and Co-Op presents NowCookIt

Earlier in the year I told you all about the #CookingGap, the partnership between Co-Op and SORTEDfood to tackle the lack of cooking experience that has developed in the 16-35 generation in the UK. Through Co-Op’s research and SORTEDfood visiting schools and universities, and much more hard work, Now Cook It was born.Read more »

16, 01, 2017

SORTEDfood and Co-op #CookingGap

SORTEDfood and Co-op have teamed up to tackle the cooking skills gap in the UK, dubbed the #CookingGap. The Cooking Gap is the lack of cooking experience that has developed in the 16-35 generation, whether it’s from not being taught these skills in school, not being taught how to cook at home or even the new notion that cooking and baking is a hobby rather than a vital skill.

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12, 12, 2016

Co-Op Christmas

Deliciously light, adventurous, quick to prepare and cook starters. All the components to make Christmas Dinner in under hour! Vegetarian, Pescatarian, Free From, Convenience. Show-stopping trimmings. Mouth watering desserts. You will get all of this and more at Co-Op this Christmas, at bargain prices you won’t quite believe.
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