Category : Food

Colourful Caribbean Tortilla Cups

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This recipe is here to change your dull, pasta filled diet. These tortilla cups are easy to make and very versatile too – fill them with whatever you fancy! This recipe calls for a mix of colourful ingredients, giving you the food ‘rainbow’ you need in these darkening winter days. … Read More

Divine Chocolate Mousse Cakes

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Layering velvety mousse over rich, moist chocolate cake, there is no better way to indulge yourself this weekend. Ingredients Cake 3 large eggs 110g unsalted butter, diced 170g dark chocolate 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1⁄4 teaspoon cream of tartar 65g granulated white sugar Chocolate Mousse 90g chocolate (same warning as … Read More

A 1950s tea-time treat at Just Grand!

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Upon entering the cozy corner that is Just Grand!, I had the feeling of travelling back in time to the 1950s. The beautiful décor was incredibly detailed, from the little dolls to the porcelain tea pots, from the vinyl records used as menu holders to the mismatched old-fashioned chairs – … Read More

Food | A recipe from Nigeria: how to make Akara

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Bean cakes, or ‘Akara’, are a Nigerian snack or breakfast food, and the perfect complement to your morning coffee. Ingredients 125g bean flour 250ml water 1 stock cube ¼ red onion 2 tbsps of salt 1 pepper Vegetable oil Method Dice the onion and pepper and set aside. In a medium-sized … Read More

Food | Belgrave Street Feast is still the edgiest way to cause a coronary

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Belgrave Music Hall is certainly one of the best things to come to Leeds in the last year. With its eclectic live music selection, slightly overpriced yet insufferably trendy craft beers and a beer garden – for all those warm, dry Leeds days – it’s truly great. It’s the perfect … Read More

Food | Gastronaut heads to Tharavadu for the best in Keralan

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“Tharavadu” in Keralan means ‘family house’, representing the observation of traditions and all things familial. In this regard, Tharavadu has certainly stayed true to its name. Upon entering, we felt as though we were being brought into a home, where every dish has been specially crafted to capture all the … Read More

Food | Perfect Recipes for the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

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Macmillan Coffee Mornings are a great way to get friends and family over for tea and cake, and raise a bit of money for a good cause while you’re at it. So, why not get involved? In the Middle’s recipes couldn’t be easier, or tastier, so get that pinny on. … Read More

Food | Leeds’ Top 5 Hangover Food Hot­spots

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#1. The Greasy Pig ­- Hyde Park Veteran Hyde Park residents will know this place as a beacon of hope when you’re bleary eyed and empty stomached the morning after the night before. This place delivers on affordable, quality greasy spoon grub. Their fried eggs are the stuff stock photos … Read More

Food | Fresh Slices bakes One Minute Lemon Mug Cakes

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So, you are entering, or returning to, student life, and you need a quick sugar hit. The shops are just too far away, and you want something satisfying, and quick. Well, look no further than this speedy, easy recipe for mug cakes. All you need are a few ingredients, a … Read More

TV | The Great British Bake Off Semi-Finalists

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After tackling a tricky trio of baklavas, entremets and schichttortes in the semi-final, queen of spice Chetna was defeated. Only Richard, Luis and Nancy will return to the tent for the final, but who will take the Bake Off crown? The current favourite is Richard Burr, a builder and family man who … Read More