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April 2015

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TCé meets: Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley

(Reuters) – Melissa and Jasmine Hemsley are getting noticed for their style of cooking using wholesome ingredients, but which has diners saying “this doesn’t taste healthy” — and meaning it as a compliment. Over the last year, their debut cookbook, “The Art of Eating Well”, has been translated into three…

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Somewhere you should go… Secret 7″ at Somerset House

It’s been three years since Secret 7″ arrived in the capital, inviting  creatives from across the globe to design record sleeves for songs by well-known musicians.  But there’s more to this project than just a very cool collaboration of art forms;  it’s an open brief for a collective of renowned and budding artists to…

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What we’ve been up to… El Pirata

In all the years I’ve gone out for tapas, I don’t think I’ve ever been blown away by such a beautiful array of dishes I recently worked my way through during a visit to El Pirata. Located on the edge of Mayfair, this tiny spanish restaurant has been serving authentic…

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What we’ve been up to… The Perkin Reveller

When people ask me for restaurant tips, I’ll usually ask them to choose a category – First Date, Good For Solo Diners, Great For Birthdays, One for Yo Mama etc. If I was to categorise the Perkin Reveller, I’d probably put it under Venues that Effortlessly Impress. At least that’s how…

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TCé meets: chocolatier Willie Harcourt-Cooze

It’s been more than 10 years since British-born chocolatier Willie Harcourt-Cooze bought a cocoa farm in Venezuela with the hopes of making the world’s finest ‘bean-to bar’ chocolate. He believes cacao beans – which once cleaned and roasted are known as cocoa beans – should be sourced directly from farmers…