Author Archives: everymealmatters

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

What better to do with a Tuesday afternoon than spend it eating, drinking and chatting in the private dining room of the fifth best restaurant in the world?! Luckily for me, this is exactly what I did today, at the very kind … Continue reading

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Live blog of Honey and Co

The last time I went to Honey and Co I euphorically declared it a 10/10 as I walked out of the door. Despite that, I still haven’t managed to blog about it, which, quite frankly, is just rude. (In fact, … Continue reading

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The perfect warming winter soup : chestnut and chorizo

I was slightly dubious about this soup. Surely it would be far too rich if chorizo was the main ingredient? But, I had everything I needed in the house, a baby fast asleep upstairs and it is bloody freezing today so I … Continue reading

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Spring – my new favourite

Mr E, Baby E and I went to Skye Gyngell’s new restaurant in the New Wing of Somerset House a couple of weeks ago and I absolutely loved it! So much so that we have already booked to go back … Continue reading

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Amass – Hip Hop and Haute Cuisine

It’s been too long. Five moths to be precise. Well, if we’re honest, it’s been a lot longer than that hasn’t it! My last post may have been five months ago but for the last twelve months I’ve neglected this blog … Continue reading

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Smokehouse : North London Sunday Lunch

I called this blog Every Meal Matters because I really do think that. I want every meal to be delicious and satisfying and as I’m lucky enough to live in a first world country and have a good job, I really … Continue reading

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The Scran & Scallie : Gastro Heaven in Edinburgh

My second fabulous meal during a recent jaunt to Edinburgh was a world away from the sophisticated and refined Ondine. We were looking for somewhere for a relaxed Sunday lunch and as soon as our friends mentioned that Tom Kitchin … Continue reading

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