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Review: Lia's Kitchen Greek Cookery Classes, Cardiff

Earlier this month I visited the home of Lia Moutselou, founder of Cardiff-based food blog and social enterprise Lia’s Kitchen. Lia has started running Friday night cookery classes from the comfort of her cosy home in Roath, Cardiff. 448 more words


February 22: Behind the bar

There’s an Edith Piaf song that goes, “Moi, j’essuie les verres au fond du café, j’ai bien trop à faire, pour pouvoir rêver”, which roughly translates as, “I’m drying glasses at the back of the café, I’ve got so much to do there’s no time to dream…” When I sing these lines, drying glasses behind the bar at 7 Villermont, it’s guaranteed to make to Joel smirk. 1,122 more words


A lovely weekend in Nafplio and Epidavros

With warm weather finally returning, we decided to spend a weekend at the seaside Peloponnese town of Nafplio. It’s about a two hour drive southwest of Athens, and we couldn’t have picked a lovelier weekend in February to make the journey.  851 more words

The Burger 

Well, I’m back from my long sabbatical of blog writing. I’ve been busy with my Executive Chef position at Showcase Live. I was thinking about what would be a good return topic? 447 more words


Pedro's in Dumbo

There are so many cool little restaurants in New York City! I’ve been to Pedro’s in Dumbo (down under the Manhattan Bridge overpass) a few times. 63 more words

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Six of Sydney's Best Swills and Snacks

Wine. The Romans loved it. The Greeks loved it. Tyrion Lannister really loves it. And that’s because wine is one of the most delicious, versatile and varied beverages out there. 649 more words


Best cafe in Bogotá

I’m biased. I’ve been drinking Cafe Cultor for 2 years (on and off). No word is needed. Simply the best. It’s a small business that sources directly from coffee farmers. 454 more words