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A Foodie Guide to Dubai

Where to stay Our hotel for this trip was Grosvenor House in Dubai’s Marina area. It’s one of the older hotels in Dubai and a much-loved favourite which attracts a huge number of returning guests. The hotel is sat across two towers; one is for hotel rooms and the other houses private apartments. Some of Dubai’s most well-known clubs and restaurants are here, too, which include the Buddha Bar and

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A New Foodie Guide to Northern Ireland

Just a couple of weeks ago, I packed my bags and flew over to Belfast for a whistle-stop tour of the finest food and drink in Northern Ireland. It had been a couple of years since I last visited Northern Ireland and it felt great to be back. It is a place I hold in the highest esteem for its beautiful countryside, vibrant Belfast city and extending the warmest of

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A foodie guide to the Sporades

We have recently returned from a fantastic week in the Sporades, and so many of you have emailed since I returned to ask for your travel tips and recommendations, so I’m delighted to bring everything to you here in one place. Before I get into the specifics, I must say that we had an absolutely fantastic time and I’d recommend a visit to anyone. What became abundantly clear to me

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A Foodie Guide to Marrakech

Marrakech has been at the top of my list of cities to visit for some time now, and I was really excited to finally get there just a couple of weeks ago. Morocco is an increasingly popular destination for a short break or holiday, and its warm climate, short flight time and no time difference all appeal. A trip to Marrakech can be a very intense experience. Most people choose

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A Foodie Guide to The Wirral

I’m just back from a brilliant trip to the Wirral. I went with some colleagues from the Guild of Food Writers, which was brilliant fun, and also very useful in terms of discovering the very best local food recommendations to bring to you. Here are my top picks. What to do  The Wirral is a lovely destination for a short break. Surrounded by water and with interesting villages, towns and

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A foodie guide to Abergavenny

Every September and December, Abergavenny is host to a huge Food Festival. It is one of the most renowned in the country. The main event takes place in September, and is shortly followed up by a Christmas festival in December. Its reputation is firmly cemented as one of the finest food festivals in the country. Abergavenny itself is a very foodie town in Monmouthshire in South Wales, sat just at

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A Foodie Guide to The Lake District in Winter

Winter is a wonderful time to visit the Lake District. The last of the autumn colours are there to enjoy and the snow top peaks make for exciting walks, climbs and drives. With the shorter days and longer nights, there are lots of opportunities for enjoying delicious evening feasts and warming drinks by the fire, so here is my guide to the very best the Lake District has to offer

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Foodie Guide to Dubai 2016

Dubai continues to be an increasingly popular holiday and business destination. The speed and scale at which Dubai is growing is truly astonishing, and it feels busier now than ever before. Its food scene is ever expanding, and more and more famous faces in food come to Dubai to open their eponymous establishments, enhancing Dubai’s status as a must-visit city for any keen food lover from all corners of the

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A foodie guide to Andalucía

Andalucía is the southernmost region of Spain; rich in centuries of history and culture, where Southern Europe merges with North Africa, and where the arid, dusty hills meet sandy beaches and deep, blue sea. Andalucía is vast, and if you want to explore the great cities, you will really need to stay for ten days or a fortnight to have time to do everything. It is quite often a 2-3

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Blackcurrant ice cream and elderflower sorbet

I have been busy stocking the freezer with some delicious frozen treats. I don’t make ice cream too often, as it needs to be eaten quite quickly after it’s been made to retain its freshness. But it is such a treat when I do. Today, I’m bringing you two of my all-time favourite ice cream recipes; blackcurrant ice cream and elderflower sorbet. Blackcurrants are at their peak right now, and

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