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SPICE UP YOUR LIFE

How do you elevate your everyday dishes into exotic creations? Just add spice. A little pinch here and there and you’ll soon have those tastebuds singing. There are many headlines that claim various health and wellbeing benefits from the use of herbs and spices in our diets – aiding everything ...

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PERFECT PAIRING

The Flavour Thesaurus Ever wondered why one flavour works with another? Or lacked inspiration for what to do with a bundle of beetroot? The Flavour Thesaurus is the first book to examine what goes with what, pair by pair. The book is divided into flavour themes – Meaty, Cheesy, Woodland ...

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LED GROW LIGHT: BITTERGURKA

Grow plants indoors all year round Don’t let winter months get in the way of gardening. Short days, long nights and cold window sills are no longer reasons for not cultivating a flourishing mix of soft herbs growing all year round. Historically grow lamps were massive, power guzzling fluorescent tubes. ...

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SOCIAL DINING

Cook up a little company If you feel like a bit of company, and all this talk of food has whetted your appetite, then why not combine the two and share a meal with others. Whether you pop over to the weekly Seven Dials Club ‘Social Lunch’ or simply invite ...

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APP: KITCHEN STORIES

Curate your cooking Recipes were once passed through the generations. Not anymore. The explosion of the internet means they are passed around the world every second. Whilst this has caused a culinary revolution, navigating the world of online ideas for inspiration can be a tad overwhelming. If you’re bored of ...

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RAINBOW MEMORY CAFE

Like-minded support. The Rainbow Memory Café for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* (LGBT+) people who have concerns about their memory, have a diagnosis of dementia or are caring for someone with memory loss or dementia. The café, set up by Opening Doors London (ODL), offers a safe and informal place to ...

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SHARE NECESSITIES

We all sleep, eat and travel, but we don’t necessarily think about sharing our home, kitchen and car with strangers. Think again. The sharing economy has arrived and apparently it’s big business.   In our throw-away modern world, it can sometimes feel like people have forgotten how to share. Not ...

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FINDING THROUGH FEELING

The Foundling Museum Tucked away in Brunswick Square, the Foundling Museum tells the moving story of the Foundling Hospital and the abandoned children who grew up there – revealed through the artworks, objects and archival documents on display. The museum is hosting a unique, one-off opportunity, allowing visitors to touch and ...

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PEACOCK THEATRE: THE SNOWMAN

The Snowman What Christmas is complete without hearing the sweet, choral sounds of The Snowman ringing in your ears? This year you have the perfect excuse to get out and enjoy a wintery wonderland with the Birmingham Repertory Theatre’s production of The Snowman as it comes to Camden’s Peacock Theatre. ...

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ION AUDIO MAX LP TURNTABLE

Dust off your vinyl This is a nostalgia item with a 21st century twist. The turntable not only gives you a reason to dust off your old music collection and listen through the built-in speakers, it also lets you connect to a computer to create digital copies of your vinyl ...

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