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Indian Family Meal at Lasan, Birmingham

May 3, 2019

After an excellent weekend in Kingston Upon Thames (read here), we went straight to Birmingham to have a lovely meal at Lasan’s, and end the weekend in perfection. Lasan is an Indian restaurant true to India’s flavours, colours and culture. Lasan is part of the Lasan Group from the well succeeded Business entrepreneur Jabbar Khan and was Winner of Gordon Ramsay’s Best Local Restaurant in the UK and BBC’s ‘The Great British Menu’. So this meal promised. Situated in St…

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Eating out at Hawkers Bar & Brasserie, Kingston Upon Thames

May 2, 2019

While Staying at the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel, in Kingston Upon Thames, we had a lovely meal at Hawkers Bar & Brasserie which is just inside the hotel we were. For full review on Double Tree by Hilton Kingston Upon Thames, please check here on the blog!       Hawker’s has several menus for several occasions, like Afternoon Tea, Cocktail in their excellent bar and a very nice Children menu. Before starting, it was time for some cocktails…

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Degustabox April 2019

April 25, 2019

Box of April was an homage to Best Of British products. With everything going on in the country, here are some of the favourites, some of them for a very very lomng time and some other products bring a bit of vintage on their box.   For those that don’t know about Degustabox: Degustabox is a mystery food Monthly subscription box, full of novelties and goodies. Each month you will try from sweet to savoury, new products in the market…

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Degustabox March 2019

April 1, 2019

Box of March is full of Spring and Easter goodies! With everything to remind you warm days are coming, BBQ will be lit and grab a fresh cup of coffee to go to the park with the kids.   For those that don’t know about Degustabox: Degustabox is a mystery food Monthly subscription box, full of novelties and goodies. Each month you will try from sweet to savoury, new products in the market that probably you wouldn’t buy, so you…

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Oxford Lunch at Cherwell Boathouse

March 8, 2019

Following the Oxford Guide that you can read and print on this Blog article, I just had to share this new experience we had. For those that don’t know what a Punt is: A punt is a flat-bottomed boat with a square-cut bow, designed for use in small rivers or other shallow water. Punting refers to boating in a punt. The punter generally propels the punt by pushing against the river bed with a pole. A punt should not be confused with a gondola, a shallow draft…

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3 Gifts Perfect for the Coffee Lover in Your Life

December 19, 2018

Christmas is sneaking up faster than you might expect, and if you don’t have a gift for all your loved ones, you’re probably in need of a few ideas. Although virtually any gift will be appreciated, it’s best if that gift comes from the bottom of your heart. You want to show that you love and appreciate someone deeply and that you pay attention to their interests. Oftentimes, finding the perfect gift stems from honing in on something that they…

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5 Quick Fat-Burning Recipes For This Fall

November 19, 2018

As we have had fun and enjoyed ourselves during summer, the time has come to say goodbye and start exercising. Fall is the perfect season to set clear goals and start eating properly in order to burn all the excess fat. Burning fat means clearing out your organism from the negative toxins and improving your general health. Proper diet is a must. By the time winter ends and new summer arrives, you will have had a stunningly shaped body. For…

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Stir Crazy Cookbook: Healthy Yummy meals at Home

October 8, 2018

Stir Crazy Cookbook from well known Chef and author Ching He Huang, is now available for you to learn or get those asian recipes you so much love and do them at home! Yutaka, in partnership with Ching, launched an organic noodles range in which we can find flavours as Edamame Noodles or Soybean Noodles, as well as three types of konjac noodles – seaweed, oats and plain. I do Love the konjac noodles. They fill you up, give you fibre and water and are…

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Australian Cuisine 101: A Guide to Traditional Australian Dishes

October 3, 2018

In a country as big as this one, it’s difficult to pinpoint only a few traditional dishes. Australia is a vast, diverse continent full of everything from sandy beaches to hilly mountains, and you can eat anything from hearty, smoky barbecue, to light seafood. However, some dishes are so famous and so delicious that every single Aussie can talk about them for days, and travelers and gourmets are bound to find their place here. Are you eager to try something…

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