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Sally Loves Jonny

Wedding theme: Paris theatre

Illustration inspired by the stained glass art deco windows of Monmartre with a little bit of theatre play bill thrown in. Printed and folded in three and slipped into a green envelope. 68 more words

French touch

Already missing the French Brasserie- and Café Days.


Rosee d'Hibiscus - Brasserie Dieu du Ciel (Can)

“Spiced strong beer with hibiscus” wasn’t the first thing that sprung to mind when reached into the fridge at ‘blog o’clock’ this evening. In fact I’d forgotten I’d bought this intriguing Canadian brew from the Quebec-based, … 151 more words


Karpo, King's Cross

When I first moved to London nearly 9 years ago, the only reason I would go to King’s Cross was to catch the train home. It wasn’t exactly a desirable area, but in the last few years the area has undergone a serious transformation and has become a destination, particularly for food. 430 more words


Sometimes we all need to be taught a lesson....this week it was my turn!

Before we get into things I must apologise for this week’s blog……well actually, I don’t apologise. The reason being: as a chef I was in the company of grandeur this week, not just a little, I was in the company of a legend. 986 more words

Brasserie Les Haras by Jouin Manku Agency

Stairwells are in fashion these days. Agency Jouin Manku upped the ante with this insane structure in the centre of Brasserie Les Harras in Strasbourg. The brasserie is build inside a listed building and it has been made sure you can see this. 38 more words


Channel Islands Chef Of The Year final......the moral is practice, practice, practice!!

I’m not going to hold you all in suspense until the end on some long drawn out tale, I’ll cut straight to the chase and let those of you who don’t know….I won!!!  1,664 more words