Category : Food

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

Food | For the Love of Food – Street Food Festival

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Street food is where it’s at. It’s the most vibrant sector of the British food market, and it’s growing quick. For the Love of Food, a street food show like no other, has landed in Leeds. For this weekend only, traders will be cooking for your vote in The British … Read More

Food | Fresh Slice – Chocolate Blackberry Cupcakes

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On a walk through your local wood at this time of year, you will find a glut of ripe, ready to be picked blackberries. Beyond pies and crumbles, what can be done with such a bounty of berries? Look no further. Combine creamy chocolate with a refreshing tang in these … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – Le Chalet, Leeds

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Beyond occasional trips to the station, the financial district of Leeds may not be that familiar to the city’s students. However,  if you’re willing to venture in, you’ll find there are some friendly, affordable and distinctly up-market gems amidst the chain restaurants. Chief among them is Le Chalet, a French … Read More

Food | Fresh Slice – Great British Bake Off Special

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Whisks at the ready. Ovens on. The Great British Bake Off is back for a fifth series. Over ten, tense weeks, twelve contestants will pipe, glaze and of course bake, all under the icy-blue gaze of Paul Hollywood. To keep yourself busy until tonight, why not have a go at … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – Red’s True Barbecue, Headingley

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As I headed to the new Red’s True Barbecue branch in Headingley for their extravagant launch, I was apprehensive; could they really have pulled off recreating their famous Leeds branch that left people, myself included, talking about the REDs experience for weeks after? The hot and sunny afternoon that provided … Read More

Food | Beacons Festival: LSi’s Street Food and Drink Not to Miss

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There isn’t long to go until Beacons Festival returns to the Yorkshire Dales. With an already outstanding reputation for their culinary offerings, the festival’s organisers are promising to raise the bar even higher this time around. With so much on offer you might need a hand in picking. Luckily, LSi is … Read More

Food | Gastronaut’s Greatest Hits – Ideal for graduation dining

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Stuck for where to take the family to celebrate never having to pull another all-nighter? Gastronaut looks back at its greatest hits to bring you the best in graduation dining. Blackhouse, Grill on the Square – A more upmarket offering with a live jazz band and a bill a little … Read More

Food | Fresh Slice – Tour de France Treats

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If you’re not on your bike for Le Grand Depart, why not celebrate Le Tour de France with un petit peu of what the French are famous for – sugar filled treats and patisserie. Here are a few classic French desserts to try out for the biggest day this year … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – The Pit, Harrogate

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With laid back urban dining space, complete with table tennis and football, and an innovative take on American food, The Pit is the perfect student eatery. From the meatiest of burgers to fish finger sandwiches, their menu serves up a selection of substantially filling dishes which although not perfectly suited … Read More