Tag : food

Music | Belgrave Music Hall – Leeds' very own Brooklyn hangout

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After opening its doors in late 2013, the Belgrave Music Hall has become a bit of a second home for LSi’s music team. The spacious venue spreads across three floors housing two kitchens, a live room and a stylish roof garden. Last semester it boasted an array of impressive and … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – Boss Burgers mean business

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Situated on Brudenell Grove, Boss Burgers certainly hasn’t entered an area lacking takeaway restaurants, yet it’s their approach to the style of takeaway that is hoping to get them noticed. With both chefs coming from restaurant backgrounds, Boss Burgers has attempted to create a half-way house between restaurant and classic … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – LS6 Cafe

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Where to start with LS6? Leeds students are well and truly blessed when it comes to this marvellous little cafe. Residing in Hyde Park Corner it is but a stone’s throw from most of our houses and just 10 minutes from campus; convenient is an understatement. But even LS6 was … Read More

Food | Chorizo and feta gnocchi bake

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From a mystery ingredient in the occasional paella to an everyday staple, the UK seems to have gone chorizo crazy in the last few years – and for good reason. Its mildly spiced, rich and meaty flavour allows it to lift bland dishes into complex medleys of Spanish spice. This … Read More

Food | Not just a pretty plate – Apple Strudel

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This apple strudel recipe serves as a welcome break from the post-Christmas detox. This is an easy yet impressive pudding and can be prepared in the morning ready to shove in the oven later on. One important thing to remember with this recipe is to let the apple mixture cool … Read More

Food | Not Just A Pretty Plate – Quick & Easy Thai Chicken Curry

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As a penniless student, this quick and easy Thai chicken curry has become something of a staple. Though not as authentic as the many you sampled on your gap yah, this dish is simple and delicious, and a great one to pull out if you are hosting a large dinner … Read More

Food | Fresh Slice – Chocolate Butterscotch Bars

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With a brownie-like texture, big chunks of chocolate and wholesome pieces of pecans, one of these butterscotch bars will never be enough. When fresh from the oven, they will chase away the winter chill with their warm, buttery flavour. Ingredients (Makes 12 large bars) 140g butter 2 large eggs 350g light … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – Roast + Conch – So much more than a wonka-esque experience

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One could be forgiven for imagining that a restaurant opened by Hotel Chocolat is going to be a Wonka-esque conglomeration of chocolate into every meal. Though Roast + Conch are keen to stress that you’re not going to find chocolate soup, chocolate spag bol, followed by more chocolate for dessert on … Read More

Food | Peckish – Rose Toffee Apple Tart – Great on a cosy winter night

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November may have come and gone but that doesn’t mean one can’t enjoy the delights of the Toffee apple and our latest Peckish post offers up a recipe for a beautiful Rose Toffee Apple Tart. Ingredients 1 pack of short crust pastry 1tsp cinnamon 2 tbsps of caramel (I used … Read More

Lifestyle | Get healthy through your winter diet

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As we now walk through Hyde Park in the morning, we find our feet crunching on the frosted grass whilst the crisp, clear air forces our teeth to chatter; indeed it becomes obvious that winter is here.  As we sit in lectures we are graced with the coughing and spluttering … Read More