Veneta, St. James’s Market

“In a place that makes you feel so wholly underwater, inspired by the most famous city on the sea, we hastened to order from the raw menu”.

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For the Love of Gin

“If you hadn’t noticed, there’s a new comeback kid in bars these days. Gin has had a style overhaul”.

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Super Greens Cheesecake

“The first few weeks I was drinking matcha, I think I was grimacing as I drank, or adding copious amounts of honey”.

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4 Things I’m Giving Up in 2017

“I’ve always been a NYE advocate, I make resolutions every year and I fully believe in the sanctity and purity of a new year as a white page”.

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Welcoming 2017

“2016 feels like a year of loss. But I don’t want to think about it in that way”.

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Tis’ the Season to Give

“A lot of the focus at the end of the year is on giving. Cards, gifts, food, drink, merriness. Every year the trees get taller and the number of presents underneath grows. January comes around and imposes a new harsh reality – back to work, back to university, back to school. The diets start, the budgeting begins., And that sense of generosity we sing about at Christmas-time gets a little lost between the detox green juices and our dips in and out of the January blues”.

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Christmas at Home

“It’s December and that means only one thing – my favourite month of the year”.

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Cucina Veronese

In fair Verona, where we lay our scene… the food is hearty and the wine is good. I spent a year living in this idyllic city, in the Veneto region of Italy (North-East), and truth be told, I ate my way through Verona during my time there.

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Wanderlisting: 3 Autumn City Breaks

A couple of months ago I wrote what I called a ‘wanderlist’, as summer was coming to an end and I was desperate (obviously) to make it last just a little bit longer.

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Window shopping in Milan

Before I left Italy in September, I made the quick trip from Alessandria to Milan for a day of (mainly) window shopping. I’d never visited before and as soon as I walked down to the undergroundΒ I felt right at home.

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