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A foodie guide to Dublin

I recently paid a short visit to Dublin to check out the ever-changing food scene. Dublin is such a wonderful city to visit; either for a weekend mini-break or for a longer stay. It is a city that offers something for everyone, young or old, whether you’re interested in culture, history, or just a fun time. The Irish food scene has been growing exponentially over the last decade, with a

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A foodie minibreak to Belfast – Part Two

This post charts my second visit to Belfast. This is a city that has rapidly become one of my very favourite UK cities, and I was thrilled to return at the end of last month. You can catch my first foodie guide to Belfast here. Where to eat  The standout meal of our visit was, by far, Ox. This restaurant has a reputation as being the place to eat in Belfast and

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A foodie guide to Londonderry and County Antrim

  I recently hopped over to Northern Ireland, which is one of the most exciting places in the UK for food lovers at the moment. There are some seriously exciting things happening on the food scene there, and I have been keen to find out more for some time now. There are a number of ways of getting to Northern Ireland – by plane to Belfast or Londonderry, or by

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A foodie minibreak to Paris

Paris is one of the top foodie destinations in the world, and also an excellent option for a minibreak, as it’s so quick and easy to get there, particularly from London. I have just returned from a recent trip to discover some new places to visit. Paris is a city that’s slowly changing, with more and more new places opening up, and a slight change in feel to a more

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Last-minute Christmas baking

With just a few days to go until Christmas, here are my favourite last-minute recipes for Christmas cake and mince pies. Both can be made and adapted to a gluten free diet. Although we are bombarded with sweet treats at this time of year, I always think it’s worth making the time to get out some nice china, proper napkins and sit down properly with a steaming hot cup of

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An easy, delicious Christmas

At this time of year, I’m always looking for ways to make life easier. One of my fail-safe ways to save time at Christmas and to introduce a little joy into food shopping, is to do it online. I’m always looking to track down the best ingredients I can get my hands on, so I bring you my top picks for Christmas food shopping online. Best of all, they’re all

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Magical Muscat

Muscat is a seriously hot destination at the moment, and I’m not just talking about the weather. Following Prince Harry’s recent visit to the beautiful capital of the Sultanate of Oman, this coastal city has never been such a popular place to visit. Oman is a spectacularly beautiful country – very different in landscape to its neighbours. Dark, spiky rocks and mountains encircle sandy cove beaches along its coastline with

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A foodie minibreak to Belfast

I’ve just returned from a whirlwind visit to Belfast to check out the up and coming food scene in Northern Ireland. After 48 hours in Northern Ireland, I left very reluctantly. It is no exaggeration to tell you that I was completely bowled over by the experience. Belfast is a most attractive city, with some really beautiful architecture to see and is culturally very interesting and vibrant. Further afield, you’ll

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Downtown Dubai

Downtown Dubai is arguably the most exciting part of town for anyone visiting this astonishing emirate. This area of Dubai has become the hub of the city for anyone interested in visiting the world’s top restaurants, art galleries, and of course, for its business centre and staggering shopping facilities. I recently paid a visit to check out what was going on for myself. DIFC, or Dubai International Financial District is,

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A trip to Tuscany

You don’t need me to tell you that Italy is one of the great culinary destinations in the world, but it is worth reiterating that there isn’t really such a thing as Italian food. Italy is a country made up of geographically diverse regions and as such, the food varies enormously from region to region, with ingredients dictated by the climate and landscape. Tuscany is famous for its wine and

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