I, like everyone else, am super excited about Christmas. I especially enjoy the look of panic in the eyes of shoppers as they struggle to decide whether socks (again) or something in the 3 for 2 presents section at Boots … Continue reading Dining that’s like, fine.
Who doesn’t love pie? Literally no one of course. Well maybe crazy people with a fear of pastry. Sad. I’m talking real pies, real actual pies with a bottom, not some stew with a pastry lid. That’s not a pie. … Continue reading THE Pie Shop
I’m still getting over the shock of a bank holiday weekend that was actually pretty decent in terms of the weather. Adding to the decent-ness of the weekend was the first event at Natural Healthy Foods in the city centre, … Continue reading Awesome curry and all that Jazz
The thing that has surprised me most about being vegan is how easy it is. Honestly, I was expecting it to be a pain in the arse, at the very least for a while until I got used to it. … Continue reading It’s easy being vegan
The pinnacle of vegan achievement – no not Cowspiracy or Pamela Anderson’s career as an animal rights activist – is vegan cheese. It’s the holy grail, basically. Do you like cheese? If you’re vegan, think of this as a philosophical … Continue reading Vegan cheese event at The Gunmaker’s Arms
With so many entries in to the Knobhead Olympics already this year (we’re catching up on the douche-baggery of 2016 already and it’s not even June yet), it might make you wonder what the actual point of anything is. But … Continue reading The Real Junk Food Project vegan takeover at Two Towers brewery
While the bigger supermarkets are getting better in terms of the range of vegan food they stock, it can be harder figuring out which local indie stores are worth checking out. This month, I’m looking at the best independent shops in … Continue reading All Greek Delicatessen – olive it up