Category : Food

Caribbean and Creole Cuisine down at Soul Kitchen

3 years ago / 0 comments

Stepping into Soul Kitchen at The Wardrobe is definitely an experience. Located opposite the BBC Yorkshire building, the team have managed to create an amazing atmosphere with their quirky interior. There are fairy lights wrapped around the beams at the windows and the restaurant comes complete with comfy, spacious booths … Read More

Sunshine Cocktails: Strawberry and Basil Margaritas

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Spring has certainly sprung, and today it would seem summer is just around the corner. So, why not celebrate the sun, and enjoy a delicious cocktail with your friends. A Strawberry Basil Margarita is an invigorating twist on an old classic, and is perfect for spring. Ingredients A few fresh strawberries … Read More

Everybody’s cup of tea

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The History of Britain’s Favourite Hot Beverage Drinking tea has is so ingrained in British daily life that few seldom stop to think about the origins of their favourite drink. Although tea is now quintessentially English, we have only been drinking it for 350 years. Britain was in fact one … Read More

Foodie Gifts: Presto Choco-Nut Clusters

4 years ago / 0 comments

Swamped with deadlines but still want to surprise Mum with something sweet for Mother’s Day? These chocolate-nut clusters are quick and easy to make and they never fail to impress! Only 3 simple ingredients needed. The sea salt is optional, but does provide a delightful contrast to the sweetness of the chocolate. Ingredients … Read More

The Truth Behind Gluten

4 years ago / 0 comments

Intolerances to foods such as eggs, nuts, lactose and micro-nutrients such as gluten are on the rise. Surveys suggest that 1 out of every 133 people in the general population is gluten intolerant. Just 10 years ago, this figure was 1 in 2500.  The intolerance to gluten, referred to as … Read More

Go Greek with Papoutsakia

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“Papoutsakia” translates to “little shoes” in Greek, though explanations as to why cannot seem to be found. This dish is easy, versatile and cheaper than a dinner on the Greek islands! If you’ve got any leftover ingredients in your fridge (mushrooms, carrots, celery, sausages, etc), feel free to add them … Read More

Pintura gives Leeds a flavour of Basque culture

4 years ago / 0 comments

Drawing inspiration from the traditional Basque region of Northern Spain, stepping into the newly opened Pintura immediately transports you away from a chilly Leeds evening to somewhere far more exotic. From the moment you settle down along one of the three bars, every moment is a reassertion of the laid … Read More

Simple, Scottish Shortbread

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This Scottish classic is always a winner, plus it’s a doddle to make and requires the simplest of ingredients. If you feel like being supremely indulgent, you can melt some chocolate over the top, or even add some dried fruits or almonds to the mix to jazz up the flavour. … Read More

Bundobust Serves Beautiful Indian Food

4 years ago / 0 comments

When we heard about the heavenly combination of craft ales and veggie Indian street food offered at the new Bundobust bar, it is easy to see why so many are excited. Opening after the siz- zling success of several pop-up kitchens, it was great to see large numbers appreciating this … Read More

Moo’d Cereal House hits Headingley

4 years ago / 0 comments

The latest bar to open up on the Otley Run route won’t be pulling you pints of beer, but pints of milk instead. Moo’d Cereal House is the second cereal eatery to open up in the UK, following in the wake of the controversial success of the Cereal Killer café … Read More