I’d paid Hernandez & Co a flying visit, the other week, and I’d been mightily charmed by their selection of Spanish treats, as well as with the extremely warm and friendly welcome. At the time, I made a mental note, and a Twitter avowal, to return, not least to try their soup.Exterior Fortunately, I had …

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After meticulous preparation, and a considerable build-up of interest via a drip-feed of information via Twitter, Brew Lab opened its doors last month, and has been doing a roaring trade, since then. We were lucky enough to be invited to their launch event, a couple of weeks ago, so got to chat with the chaps, …

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When an invitation came in for an event at The Bakehouse, on Broughton Street, the other day, I was more than a little perplexed. I will freely admit that I’m not the world’s most acutely observant person, but I genuinely thought that I’d exhausted Broughton Street’s deep supply of lunchtime takeaways. Finding out that there …

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Upper Crust baguettes are the staple diet of many rail travellers, as they clickety clack around the country, on important matters of state. Today, MJ and I were heading to London, to take part in our second big walk for Action for A-T, which is the charity that we support. This time it was a …

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This week has been rather strange. While I should have been having a relaxing time and eating lots of lovely food in preparation for our walk along the Thames, on Saturday, instead I’ve been in the pub the whole time, and been missing meals left, right and centre.Exterior Today, I tried to put things back …

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