17. 05. 2012

Spring – Paris

Spring has sprung in Paris, the sun is out, the blossoms are in bloom, women are sunbaking by the Seine and Dolly Tatin, the fair-weather vegetarian, has returned after a brief sojourn in the...

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17. 04. 2012
knife and fork

Le Moustache – Paris

Looks-wise my sister Sienna Millet and I are like two peas in a pod, however when it comes to our eating habits, we are more like chalk and cheese (me, obviously, being the...

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05. 04. 2012

L’Avant Comptoir – Paris

What to do when a vegan friend (I know I know, it sounds like an oxymoron) comes to visit you in Paris? After enquiring at a few of my favourite establishments whether they cater...

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26. 03. 2012

A La Sweet – Paris

We all know that French Women Don’t Get Fat (now apparently French Children Don’t Throw Food either; when French Husbands Don’t Cheat is released, I will admit that the French are in fact perfect). It is true,...

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21. 03. 2012

Chez L’ami Jean- Paris

I have arrived in Paris, my new home for the next four months, and have spent the last week sipping Sancerre in St Germain, perusing the paintings at Le Petit Palais, studying Stendhal by...

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11. 03. 2012

The Ledbury – London

Virginia Woolf once claimed that ‘one cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well’ and after a few sleepless night’s in old London town, I decided what I...

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05. 03. 2012

This Little Piggy Went to Market – London

I have arrived in London, the home of fish and chips, mushy peas, bubble and squeak…and my darling sister the health writing herbivore, lets call her Sienna Millet, who claims she gains a...

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02. 03. 2012

Wonton Some More – Shanghai

Some more of Shanghai to feast on Di Shui Dong 滴水洞饭店(2/F, 56 Maoming Nan Lu, 茂名南路56号2楼) serves, amongst others, a mean caramelised banana desert.  Resembling a flattened abstract croquembouche of sorts, this sweet...

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01. 03. 2012

Kung Food – Shanghai

I have just quit my job after very brief cameo in the corporate coma to embark on a culinary adventure which will take me far and wide, expanding my horizons, and undoubtedly my...

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