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I bake a lot in my spare time (what little I have of it), so a course at Leiths, the cookery school established in the ‘70s by Michelin-starred restaurateur Prue Leith, seemed the perfect opportunity to hone my skills.
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Hawkesdown House has historically been an all-boys prep, but we hear you’re becoming co-ed. What has sparked this change, and how do you think the school will change with it?
Hawkesdown is indeed becoming co-ed and at the same time … Read more →
When did you realise you wanted to be a hairdresser and how did you get into it?
I’m from a family of hairdressers, my dad still cuts hair even in his 70s. My mum was at Leonard of Mayfair—the hairdresser … Read more →
Chrissy’s Kitchen strives to make every meal one to remember. Chrissy has always been passionate about food, and growing up in a large Swedish/Greek family meant that food and events have always been a huge part of her … Read more →
Sportsmen and Women Trade Weight-Lifting for Plate Lifting and Push UPS for Nosh UPS to Help London’s Most Vulnerable
An initiative that combines athletes, chefs and charity is delivering hundreds of free nutritious meals to some of the most vulnerable residents of London every week, including disadvantaged children reliant on free school meals. The community kitchen initiative is the … Read more →
It’s inevitable that the Coronavirus lockdown is taking its toll on all of us one way or another. If it’s not anxiety about catching the virus itself, it’s concern for friends or loved ones; working out childcare issues in the … Read more →
These magnesium and mineral-rich salts are the perfect indulgent gift for any mum. Blended with reparative and relaxing oils and gems such as Amber, Juniper Berry, Benzoin, Petitgrain, and Amethyst, this powerful … Read more →
The Japanese restaurant, Akira, is on the first floor of Japan House London in Kensington. Named after Chef Shimizu Akira, the restaurant presents a Japanese dining experience based on Akira’s ‘trinity of cooking principles’: food, tableware and presentation. … Read more →