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Call me a Taco Expert | Miso Salmon nugget tacos with zucchini-carrot slaw & cilantro yogurt

I honestly cannot recall the first time I scarfed down a taco.

My Mom’s predictable ‘taco salad’ made an appearance every week, but a bowl of shredded lettuce, soggy tortilla chips, simmered fajita-powdered beef and slopped beans isn’t exactly the same bite. 772 more words


Book Review: The River Cottage Booze Handbook by John Wright

The River Cottage franchise has put out book after book on do it yourself farming and food projects. In their most recent endeavor, The River Cottage Booze Handbook… 134 more words

Book Review

The Queens Kickshaw

The lighting was dim as we entered The Queens Kickshaw located on Broadway, just off Steinway, in Astoria this morning. I didn’t see a hostess, but the barista was quick to welcome us: “What can I get started for you?” I declined a coffee and asked if we could sit down for brunch. 584 more words


Whelan's Gate

Whelan’s Gate

On Tuesday, whilst on our way to the Mad Miss Mimic launch, Ro and I had dinner at Whelan’s Gate. The main floor is tiny (though the upstairs is much bigger), but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in taste. 365 more words


Rotating Taps Serves Up the Best Beers at Mock Crest Tavern

Listen close, because at Mock Crest Tavern the whispy sound of a freshly tapped keg is a sign of a new addition to our line up of great beers on tap. 258 more words

North Portland

Welsh perry and cider festival gets under way in Caldicot

Tonight marks the start of the 14th annual Welsh Perry and Cider Festival – with the event opening at 6pm in Caldicot Castle.

There are more than 120 different ciders and perries to try, with the annual championship for producers taking place tomorrow. 94 more words

Bristol Harbourside Highlights

At the heart of the city since Anglo-Saxon times, Bristol’s buzzing Harbourside is a hive of activity and (especially in the warmer months) is a gorgeous part of town to explore. 1,356 more words