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Italy Part III – Taking on a Bistecca alla Fiorentina

No visit to Greve-in-Chianti is complete without a visit to the famous Antica Macelleria Falorni. An 8th generation butcher, the store today stocks Chianina beef, Cinta Senese pork, chingali and other Tuscan delights over 4 shop fronts in the towns … Continue reading

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Italy Part II – To market, to market

Eat, Pray, Love. Actually forget the prayers, we only ever holiday to eat. Over the course of our Italian getaway we found ourselves seeking out markets, festivals and food fairs just for the opportunity to sample various regional cuisine. In … Continue reading

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Assa – Cheap and cheerful korean

It was rainy, we were cold (and on a budget) and starving… Just behind Tottenham Court Road is Giles High Street, an unassuming row of cafes and 4 Korean restaurants. Today we were to try Assa, one of the busiest … Continue reading

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Beef Tataki with dashi enoki and ponzu sauce

There’s something about food cooked ‘tataki’  that really gets me excited. The Japanese word refers to meat or seafood prepared by marinading, searing on a hot grill, then sliced thinly. If prepared correctly the meat should be lighted seared on … Continue reading

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Burgering at Byron, White City

Everyone needs a bit of junk food in their life from time to time, and like everyone there are certain things that I really can’t say no to. Offer me a burger, pie floater, ribs or fish and chips and … Continue reading

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