The Lazy Girl’s Guide To Making Fresh Pasta

The Lazy Girl’s Guide To Making Fresh Pasta

Is it just me, or is pasta probably one of the greatest inventions EVER? From fancy restaurants in Rome to student kitchens across the land, it’s an absolute staple food. It can easily be vegan…

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5 Perfect Places To Take A Cottage Break In Cornwall

5 Perfect Places To Take A Cottage Break In Cornwall

When I was young enough to still be wearing neon flowery leggings, summer holidays meant one thing – making our way from one side of England to the other, to spend a week by the…

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Hakkasan: A Michelin Star Chinese Meal For £38?

Hakkasan: A Michelin Star Chinese Meal For £38?

I’ve been eating at and writing about restaurants in London and beyond for around five years now – but I’ve never actually eaten at a Michelin star establishment before. As you’ll know if you’re a…

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Why Iceland is Perfect For Your First Solo Trip

Why Iceland is Perfect For Your First Solo Trip

Thinking of travelling solo for the first time? You should totally do that. But if you’re struggling with the ‘where’s and the ‘how’s, I have a recommendation for you. Iceland wasn’t actually my first solo…

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An Evening of Meat: Fine Dining Meets Feminist Theatre

An Evening of Meat: Fine Dining Meets Feminist Theatre

Going on previous experience, any event at The Vaults is likely to impress. Tucked away underneath London Waterloo station, this versatile space has looked like a completely different venue every time I’ve visited. And their…

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4 Quirky Places to Eat, Drink & Play in Manchester

4 Quirky Places to Eat, Drink & Play in Manchester

If you like a liberal helping of neon, pizza, cocktails, good music and fun things, this one’s for you. Spending a long weekend in Manchester, I’d forgotten that it being Easter Sunday meant a lot…

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4 Cities in Europe and the USA Worth Re-Visiting

4 Cities in Europe and the USA Worth Re-Visiting

Getting the balance between discovering new destinations and going back to old favourites can be a tricky one as a travel writer – or even just a regular travel enthusiast. You want to tick countries…

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30 Travel Lessons I’ve Learnt At 30

30 Travel Lessons I’ve Learnt At 30

Yep. That’s right. This is no April fool. Today, this baby face hits the big 3-0. Despite the constant handing over of my ID when I’m buying a bottle of fizz, my third decade has…

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7 Lebanese Dishes You Have To Try At Abd El Wahab

7 Lebanese Dishes You Have To Try At Abd El Wahab

Abd El Wahab is apparently already pretty well known in the Middle East, from its origins in Beirut to 18 locations including Cairo, Dubai and Abu Dhabi. In fact, a couple of people just down…

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