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Personalising my Home With Snapfish

July 9, 2018

There are girls who unpack their luggage a soon as they get back from holiday and get the washing on right away. And then there’s me.

There are girls who plan their birthday out with military precision to get bookings where they desperately want to go. And then there’s me.

There are girls who print their wedding photos the moment they are received. And you can see where I’m going with this can’t you?

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Discovering Craft & Cleaver

June 20, 2018

In Milton Keynes I think there’s something symbolic about a chain being replaced by an independent.

And not just anywhere: right in the heart of one of MK’s busiest spots for eating and drinking. Now sitting proudly on the square, sandwiched by chain restaurants either side and more opposite, Craft & Cleaver have landed.

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Summer Supper Club at 185 Watling Street

June 10, 2018

“Why haven’t we been here before?”
“I don’t know, why haven’t we been here before? It’s so nice!”

This was the conversation Q and I had as we walked down the sunny high street of Towcester towards 185 Watling Street where we were off to spend the evening. Towcester is West of where we live and I guess because we have no friends or family in this direction, or adventures have taken is elsewhere, we’ve never visited before.

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The New Spring Menu at Byron Burger

May 10, 2018

In my eight years of food blogging I couldn’t tell you how many times my friends have asked me to make them my plus one on a review. But I could tell you how many times I have met their requests:

None. (Whoops)

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My First Taste of Spring at The Swan, Salford

April 3, 2018

“But what if you don’t like the food? What do you do?!”

It’s a question I’m often asked by friends, family and strangers. And it’s a valid one. I’m being invited to experience a menu and to share the experience with anyone who finds their way to my corner of the internet. So if the food is awful it’s a bit of a predicament, right?

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