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Apples vs Grapes

On March 10th the Cafe at Dulwich Picture Gallery will be hosting a food and wine evening with a difference! We all know that there’s a science to pairing wine and food but cyder can […]

How can you help your local foodbank?

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Southwark Foodbank provides emergency food to help people who for whatever reason don’t have money to feed themselves and their families. The Foodbank was launched in 2009 and is part of the national network of […]

F*ckoffee

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We have always walked past this coffee shop with an interesting name and we finally dropped by on our last day in London. It was called Fuckoffee but now it’s called F*ckoffee. I mean who […]

Volunteers Wanted to try out new Soho Coffee Tours

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City of London Guide Nika Garrett is looking for coffee loving volunteers to try out her new Soho tour…for free! Join Nika Garrett for a fascinating tour full of history and coffee in Soho. Discover […]

Save the Half Moon Pub in Herne Hill

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  A Change.org petition to Boris Johnson hoping to save Herne Hill’s Half Moon pub from closure has garnered much local support this month. The Grade II listed building near Brockwell Park is currently under threat after […]

Particularly Good Wine Tasting in New Cross

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The London Particular hosted a wine tasting night and lucky *hic* us we got to go along and sample a glass (or two…) There’s nothing like spending a night in good company getting slightly sozzled. […]

Prakti stove – perfect for a winter BBQ!

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Good for outdoor cooking. Easy to light and fires up fast. It can also be lit in windy weather. I am rather fond of this red charcoal burner stove by Prakti from www.thecharcoalburnercompany.co.uk a local company based in […]

Cooking in a Bangladeshi village

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Originally from Bangladesh, my mother arrived in the UK 30 years ago. It was a new beginning, new place with new people. Adapting to her new environment was a long and scary process, but she managed […]

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