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A Foodies Guide to New York

Everyone is talking about one place at the moment, The Big Apple. It seems  like every blogger I follow has visited New York over the last couple of months (Lady Writes, Devoted to Pink, London…

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from Time Out London

The 50 best street food stalls in London

Your guide to the tastiest street food in London

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from Red Online

10 london restaurants that need to be on your bucket list

10 places to eat in london #RePin by AT Social Media Marketing - Pinterest Marketing Specialists ATSocialMedia.co.uk

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from the Guardian

Top 10 budget restaurants and bistros in Paris

Chartier, probably Paris's most famous budget restaurant, opened in 1896. Photograph: Alamy

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from Foursquare

Camden Lock Market

Nowhere is better for people watching than Camden. Leather, studs, platforms and kilts will be seen perusing the gothic stalls that are now mixed with up-market gift and jewellery sellers at the restored Stables Market. #London #market

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from Hand Luggage Only

The Ultimate California Road Trip: 19 Places To Stop, Eat, See and Explore!

The Ultimate California Road Trip: 19 Places To Stop, Eat, See and Explore! - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog

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from BBC Good Food

Italian broccoli & salmon bake

I used tinned salmon, and sun dried tomato pesto instead of sun dried tomatoes, and also added peas (no capers) - delicious!

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Spicy Moroccan rice

Spicy Moroccan rice recipe - Recipes - BBC Good Food

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from The Kitchen Alchemist

Beef and horseradish crostini

A very British canapé. Beef and horseradish are best friends that hold a special place in many a Brit’s heart. But contrary to popular belief, they don’t only have to put in an appearance at Sunday lunch. Oh no.

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from Mail Online

Tom's all-time favourites: Toad in the hole

The day before you are planning to make your Toad In The Hole make your Yorkshire batter in advance, so it has a chance to rest. In a bowl whisk the eggs and milk together, then whisk this into the flour. If you have a few lumps, that's OK as they will break down overnight. Place in the fridge.

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