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Luxury Lodges Down Under

Luxury Lodges Down Under

  by Charlotte Jones

With autumn in full swing and dark winter nights drawing in, you're well within your right to feel a bit blue. However, it does mean it's the perfect time to head down under to New Zealand, where it's currently springtime and summer is [...]

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An Interview With Chef Sabir Karim

An Interview With Chef Sabir Karim

  by Charlotte Jones

There aren't many chefs that split their time between working as cabin crew and the kitchen, but somehow Sabir Karim, patron chef of Salaam Namaste in Bloomsbury, and Namaaste Kitchen in Camden, manages to do just that. After working in [...]

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Maison Blanc Summer Menu & Exclusive Recipe

Maison Blanc Summer Menu & Exclusive Recipe

  by Charlotte Jones

Pâtisserie chain Maison Blanc has launched a new summer menu with some particularly enticing additions to its cafe menu, including free range eggs baked in earthware dishes served with various toppings for brunch, fresh seasonal salads, [...]

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Restaurant Review: Chez Manny in London’s Battersea

Restaurant Review: Chez Manny in London’s Battersea

  by Charlotte Jones

French restaurant Chez Manny on London's Battersea High Street has become something of a favourite among locals and it's not hard to work out why. Owned and run by brothers Manny (front of house, pictured below) and Guillaume (head chef), [...]

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DVD Review: W.E

DVD Review: W.E

  by Lizzie Pyle

"W.E. is about the nature of true love, and the sacrifices and compromises that are often made. I’ve wanted to tell this story for a very long time, and bringing it to life has been a great adventure for me." – Madonna The [...]

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Movie Review - Machine Gun Preacher

Movie Review - Machine Gun Preacher

  by Lizzie Pyle

Based on a true story, Machine Gun Preacher tells the story of Sam Childers.  An gun wheilding, heroin addict, motor-bike gang member! We first meet Childers (Gerard Butler) as he returns from prison to his trailer park home to find his [...]

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