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    GBBO returns

    The Great Scone Debate. As the Great British Bake Off returns for a new series so does the great scone debate!! jam or cream first. Personally its jam first then cream for me. )THERE ARE FEW ISSUES AS CONTENTIOUS AS THE GREAT SCONE DEBATE: SHOULD THE CREAM OR JAM BE SPREAD FIRST? But according to a nationwide survey, the matter has been settled once and for all – and it is jam first and THEN cream. According to the survey of 2,000 Brits across the country, more than half of us (52 percent) agree that the scone should be smothered with jam first, then covered with a layer of cream. Just 25 percent…

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    Back to School With BOKA

    Boka is the new all green for go traffic light snack you wont feel guilty about eating.  The full set of green traffic  lights means each bar is super low in fat, saturates, sugars and salts, and only 96 calories in a bar. Named after the Italian Bocca for mouth Boka bars come in four flavours Caramel, Strawberry, Apple Cinammon and Choco Mallow. It took the creators a lot of trial and error to get the flavours right and I believe they have achieved this. Four green lights means its good to go no hidden sugars or anything else that is deemed bad for you. The first snack bar in…

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    Saucy Burger

    In the beginning, there was only sauce… We had a dream of creating a gastronomic experience like no other, the guiltiest of pleasures, a dirty little secret too good to keep to yourself. lowest price generic viagra So here i am sharing my new found guilty pleasure and my first line is a confession, #i’m a lightweight. I love food,I really love food  but you need a very healthy apetite to sample the wares at Saucy Burger  now that is off my chest dont let it put you off the food is totally amazeballs the variety you will be hard pressed to find anywhere else.  At first glance the menu looks…

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    Harrogate Food Festival

    One of my favourite days out has to be Harrogate Food Festival. Set in the beautiful surrounds of Ripley Castle in Harrogate. This year promises to be as good if not better than previous years with Michelin Starred chefs and top celebrity cooks including – Featuring something for every taste bud and lots to see and do -Aga Rangemaster chefs theatre, cake and bake theatre, a drinks theatre, pop up resteraunts. artisan producers market, vintage cider tent, and even unsigned music awards on the live music stage. And not forgetting food lots of product sampling and buying a must for any foodie. Ths show runs from Aug 19th to 21st and to…

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    Kingslodge Inn, Durham

    When i was asked if I would like to review the Kingslodge Durham, I jumped at the chance as love food as my body shape will testament to. Despite living in the Durham area i Hadnt heard of the Kingslodge previously but then I dont get out as much as i should. It is one of Durham Cities hidden gems in my opinion, located a stones throw from the city centre and train station, The Kingslodge inn is tucked away behind houses yet it is surrounded by some wonderful countryside known as Flass Vale. The Bar area of the resteraunt is dog friendly, so ideal place to stop off after…

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    garden in January

    The gardening has just about come to a stop now with the winter upon us it looks bare with no flowers and the grass is just a sodden mess on a plus side the bird feeding station i made although also looking a bit bare is bearing the fruits of my labours i such a short space of time i have had blackbirds picking at the fallen apples, a pigeon that almost lives at the top of the garden, blue tits robins and sparrows all now pay a visit.

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    Win a St Valentines meal for 2 at Mez Ban

    As our last competition proved so popular we are doing it again. If your in London and love fine dining and Indian cuisine this is for you. The fab people at Mez Ban are offering as a valentines treat a meal for 2 at their resteraunt in Hammersmith. Mez Ban is well known locally for its fine food and friendly staff . All dishes are made using only the finest locally sourced fish meat and vegetables, to help support the local community MezBan philosphy is to use the finest local ingredients for the best in Indian taste. The menu has a wide variety of vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes to…

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    New York bakery Company

    If you have ever been to New York or like me dream of going, this year the taste of New York comes to you from the New York Bakery Co. You may of tried these from your supermarket but for 2013 is a new limited edition festive flavour Cranberry & Orange. All of the New York Bakery Co Bagels are made the New York way boiling them before they are stone baked for the authentic tase of nyc.making them chewy on the outside and soft in the middle. They come in a array of flavours incl fruit and oat bagels, red onion & chive and sesame bagels and plain bagels, But…

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    Hotel Chocolat

      If like me you love chocolate then you need to discover the joy of Hotel chocolat, Founded in 1998 the Hotel Chocolate tasting club was formed to thrill and excite the taste buds and boy it never fails . With a different selection of chocolates every month each member recieves a score card on which to provied feedback to Hotel Chocolat which helps to keep producing fab flavours month after month. Milk, dark and white chocolate With something for everyone a little bit of everything to love, in a mix of milk, dark and white chocolate – including soft truffles, melt-away pralines, caramels, batons and more. I was sent…

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    Ringtons a Great North East Tradition

    Look at the Image above what does it remind you of, days gone by that your grandparents and parents if your my age told you about, to me it signifies quality and the North East at its best. When Samuel Smith O.B.E. began trading as a tea merchant in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1907, he was not to know that one day his Company and its delivery vehicles would be a familiar feature in countless cities, towns and villages stretching from Edinburgh to Peterborough. Today Now, 105 years after Sam Smith began his business, we continue to deliver door-to-door to over 280,000 customers throughout the UK, and many more worldwide…

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