Tag : food

Food | Regional Recipes – Russian Holodets

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Russian food, much like Russia itself, is varied and diverse. But the majority is big and filling,  to satisfy the appetites of those living in harsh weather conditions. How else could you survive -30°C winters? One of the most interesting and unusual dishes is the holodets, essentially a delicious meat … Read More

Food | The Gingerbread Lad – Alternative breakfast menu

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We all know we should eat breakfast, but sometimes it’s too much hassle/just boring. Swap the rock hard toast and soggy cereal for these four exciting dishes which will make you look forward to the morning and make any effort worth it. Creamy Mushrooms on Toast Although rich and delicious, … Read More

News | Leeds uni launches bake off

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You’ve seen Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood in the hit TV show but now ‘The Great Leeds University Bake Off’ is coming to the Union. Competitors working either individually, or in pairs, will be told the baking challenges on March 3, 10 and 17. Their baking creations will then be … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – Trio

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Heading to Trio on a Thursday lunchtime LSi were unsure of what to expect from the rather up-market venue nestled in the heart of our scruffy beloved student area. On arrival we found the building itself to be an exercise in tempered civility: inhabiting the suburban sort of style common to mid-range … Read More

Food | Chocolate Snickers Rocky Road

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As an enthusiast of the outdoors, I’ve found myself out in the wilderness on several occasions recently. Whether it’s been plodding my way to a race finish or up a mountain I’ve always known I can rely on my stash of Snickers bars to get me through. However, my love … Read More

Food | National Chip Week – History of the chip

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In an attempt to raise moral and invoke the spirit of the Blitz in these Tube-Strike-Flood-addled times, the National Potato Council of England has declared that the last week as National Chip Week. LSi offers up a brief (and possibly untrue) history of the chip. Like Stonehenge no one really … Read More

Blogs | Salvo's, via Memory Lane

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It is often said that during austerity, we have a habit of looking backwards towards more familiar, comfortable times. The human race have been doing it forever, and sometimes we call it Romanticism. Born out of the uncertainty of the industrial revolution, the romantic movement sparked a shift towards the … Read More

Lifestyle | A round up of LUU Farmer's Market

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The prospect of traipsing into university on a Monday morning can be miserable; with a line up of long lectures, never ending seminars and a few tedious tutorials, it’s hard to believe there may be something to brighten your day. For two and a half years, the producers of greens, … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – Cross Keys

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If you worm your way through the city centre, under the train station, over the canal and into the edges of Holbeck, you may find yourself thinking you’ve strayed too far from the path. The tallest skyscraper in Yorkshire looms over you on one side, and a wasteland cum car … Read More

News | EXPOSED: Zero hygiene takeaways

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Over 40 Leeds takeaways have a zero hygiene rating from City Council, LS can reveal. Following a Freedom of Information (FOI) Request submitted by this paper, the Council revealed several in popular student takeaways given a zero, including Nemo’s Fish Bar, Zulfi’s in Headingley and Shawarma on the Otley run … Read More