Guide – Behind the scenes at Meat Liquor – London

November 11, 2011 § Leave a comment

Meat Liquor, the first proper restaurant by the folk behind Meateasy and the Meatwagon, officially opens Friday 11 November – though some sneaky burger chasers may have noticed that it quietly opened its doors earlier this week. Time Out spoke to co-owners Scott Collins (the guy behind the ‘liquor’ in Meat Liquor) and burger king Yianni Papoutsis to find out what’s different about this central London location, and the sinful delights that await all those who dare to enter. As the pair say, ‘What you’ll see on the inside here is the insides of our heads, unfortunately.’ All will be revealed in our video preview above.

Trend – Viva LA Food Truck – Los Angeles USA

October 11, 2011 § Leave a comment

Los Angeles, a city where many of the world’s food trends begin.

With the US economy in crisis LA’s “food truck” scene is growing. People who have lost jobs are finding new careers by serving street food from trucks with relatively small start up costs.

These new businesses work well in LA because generations of immigration have created a diverse food culture and it’s so close to one of the biggest farming regions in the United States.

Let’s take a look at some of the trucks that are taking LA by storm.


Interior – Food – Biscuiteers

May 25, 2011 § 2 Comments

Chief Biscuiteers Stevie Congdon and Harriet Hastings (also co-directors of leading London catering company Lettice) conceived this fantastical idea of the biscuit becoming one of life’s most unique, creative and scrummy gifts around.

All Biscuiteers’ biscuits are handmade. Baked using the best well-sourced ingredients in their own kitchens, each range is lovingly designed and iced by hand.

The tins have been sourced for their traditional style and ‘life after biscuit’ potential. Each collection is individually illustrated to make collecting the tins more fun.

As well as the collections on their site, Biscuiteers take bespoke orders for weddings, brand launches and parties.

Look out for their spiced, vanilla and ginger bakes in our special seasonal Biscuiteers tins.

Tickled your taste buds? Take a peek… http://www.biscuiteers.com/

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