Browsing All posts tagged under »food«

Your Independent Weekly Shop

June 20, 2013

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The dreaded supermarket shop. While it may be useful for bulk buying, I can’t think of anything that is pleasurable about the experience. Screaming kids, crowded aisles, dubious quality and money ‘saving’ deals that don’t always do what they say on the tin. These are just a few things I associate with the experience. The […]

Tie-Dye Cupcakes, Man

May 9, 2013

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Regular readers of my blog will know I like cake. Who doesn’t? Great cake can be hard to find, but luckily for me I know a great baker who has recently discovered a love for making cupcakes. Perfect! So to the City of Manchester I fled in search of the ultimate cake. When I arrived […]

Student Takeover

April 22, 2013

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Brought to you by the letter ‘S’ Students rejoice! If you visit Leeds Trinity today you can experience massive savings on its retail stores and eateries. As long as you have registered online or in person on the day at the shopping centre, you can save more than usual at the shops inside Leeds Trinity. […]

Oh Please! Love Your Local Market

April 17, 2013

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Brought to you by the letter ‘O’ For me, living in the city centre of Leeds certainly has its perks. Since moving here two months ago I feel that I have discovered some of the best experiences Leeds has to offer. From coffee shops to bars and from clothes stores to eateries, being only a moment away from […]

Get Down To Harvey Nichols Late Night Espresso Bar

April 8, 2013

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Brought to you by the letter ‘G’ Now you can grab a late night espresso or sip on champagne at the all new Late Night Espresso Bar. From Tuesdays to Saturdays head on down to Harvey Nichols in Victoria Quarter for drinks and late night tapas. Open until 9.30pm, the bar will serve food and […]

Food Glorious Food At Amazing Graze!

April 6, 2013

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Brought to you by the letter ‘F’ Today it was time for Leeds’ first ever festival celebrating street food and artists. The festival, held within the grounds an old church on Cardigan Road, sold street food from well-known traders such as Manjit’s Kitchen and The Ribman. Street art came in the form of prints, etchings […]

Italy A Foodie’s Paradise, Surely Not?

February 24, 2013

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Do we really associate Italy with food? Well, yes we do. Going back generations Italy has always been associated with home cooked food, served just like mama made it. And when I mention to family and friends about my trip to Italy, the question “what was the food like?” comes up every time. The fact […]