Jacob the Angel, Neal’s Yard

"Let's get lost in a world made of books, coffee and rainy days" Oh look, it's a bank holiday weekend in August and it's raining…*insert shocked face*. But do not fear, Jacob the Angel is here! Jacob the Angel is an independent coffee house in Neal’s Yard, the heart of Covent Garden, founded by the geniuses... Continue Reading →

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Bread Ahead Bakery, Borough Market

"Mmmmm donuts. Is there anything they can't do?" - Homer J. Simpson The answer to that is no Homer, doughnuts are the answer to everything - so what better way to show my appreciation for them than to learn how to make the best filled doughnuts in the country at the Bread Ahead Bakery School... Continue Reading →

E5 Bakehouse, London Fields

Bread gives you cancer. Sugar kills brain cells. Gluten can cause tumours... Is there anything we can eat that won't kill us? According to most tabloids the answer to that question is no, but according to scientific research, as well as common sense, most food substances in moderation will definitely not bring you to your... Continue Reading →

Biscuiteers, Northcote

The big day has finally arrived! The day where every single lady’s dream of being the next princess is shattered, where our self esteem is at an all time low but our sop-o-meter is at an all time high. Of course I’m talking about the Royal Wedding where Hazza marries Megz!! To celebrate this momentous... Continue Reading →

Brick House Bakery, East Dulwich

Bread, Glorious Bread. Don't we all just love it! With gluten-free becoming ever more popular with the gluten-tolerant consumer, and with carbs still having the reputation that they are the devil's spawn, you would have thought bread bakers everywhere would be facing some tough times. Luckily you would be mistaken! Artisanal bakeries continue to bloom... Continue Reading →

Kova Patisserie, Soho

East Asian cuisine in London is everywhere and we all seem to love it! From a cheeky chinese takeaway on a Friday night to unlimited dim sum Sundays, we have really embraced the flavours of the East. What is still uncharted territory for our Western palettes however, are the sweet treats of the Orient -... Continue Reading →

Nordic Bakery, Covent Garden

Over the past few years, the Scandinavians and their peaceful, “at one with nature” culture seems to have significantly grown in popularity in the UK. Is this due to our desire to emulate our tall, blonde and beautifully built cousin in an attempt to better our lives and to distract us from the current Etonian... Continue Reading →

The Gallery at Sketch, Mayfair

January so far has lived up to its reputation of being cold, wet and miserable and with the looming threat of snow, there is an overwhelming urge to just curl up in a duvet and hibernate until the sun shines again. Once in a while, we just have to fight that urge and expose ourselves to the unflattering... Continue Reading →

Duck and Waffle, Liverpool Street

I thought I would start the year in style with a slightly unexpected location for a sweet treat. Duck and Waffle, for those who have not heard of it already, is a restaurant on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower, just above Sushi Samba. It is mostly known for its undisputed views of London, for... Continue Reading →

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