In dire need of some food before seeing Joel Dommett, we were in search of somewhere to eat in Reading town centre when we stumbled across the 7Bone Burger Co. I don’t know if it is because I look at food most days on the net but I keep seeing their juicy looking burgers all over Facebook and Instagram and therefore there was no hesitation in giving this a go.  With their minimalist almost warehouse feel the decor appears unfinished but is almost like you have gone to this secret little underground place for a naughty foodie feast. The menu…

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Easter is coming, it’s one week away, and who doesn’t love an excuse to dive head first into chocolate. Every year the Easter Eggs on offer get better and better, and this year is no exception. Although I love a plain and simple Cadbury Buttons number, who is going to deny a bit of indulgence in the more extravagant and cutesy ones. Here are some tantalising Easter Eggs to get you eggcited. Be sure to let me know your fave. Montezuma’s Milk Chocolate Egg with Peanut Butter Mini Eggs, £19.99. Filled with the most delicious peanut butter mini eggs, this ticks all the…

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With only one week to go Valentine’s day is fast approaching and whether you are embracing the day or not we can all enjoy some treats. Being a single pringle for example doesn’t mean you can’t treat yourself, you may even buy your bestie a little pressie to show your love for them. Whatever it is today’s post centres around Valentine’s day gift ideas for a foodie & tipple lover in your life.  Eat My Cake London We all remember the classic ‘He’s her lobster’ line from Friends, well if you are lucky enough to have found your lobster give them…

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It wasn’t until earlier this month that I even knew about the Sandown Park Food Festival. A little email popped into my inbox telling me all about the event and asking whether I would like tickets to go. I jumped at the chance, food festivals are my favourite of all festivals.  Last weekend marked the next location in a series of venues across Britain that Fantastic British Food Festivals have organised for the year. With a name like Fantastic British Food Festivals they really are setting the bar high.  At the beginning of the month I went to the Woking Food…

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Thanks to The Bloggers Hub, Monday marked my first Food Festival for Bloggers, and what a fab event it was. Centred in London at Kanaloa, there was plenty on offer, and I didn’t get lost trying to find it! The range of Brands was diverse from naturally fruity baked nibbles courtesy of Urban Fruit (baked is definitely better), to deliciously squishy marshmallows by Miss Millars (the blackberry crumble OMG), and delectable macaroons from L’Orchidee (hello watermelon heaven). Breakfast has also been covered by Cereal Lovers 100% natural granola and Stoats Porridge bars. It was great to see some Gluten Free options, and Thanks for Frank’s do…

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