Back in April I attended the first Northern Craft Fair, which I loved every minute of! With the next fair this weekend I thought I’d share five reasons why I’m looking forward to it…
It seems like an absolute age since my last venture in the kitchen, but I was delighted when Saturday rolled around. For this turn I decided to make the meal a tribute to my favourite of all the complex carbohydrates; pasta, and because I’m won’t be donning a bikini this year why not?
I’d been looking for a solution for one of my many (skin related) problems for a while, and a few weeks back I came across what promised to be a miracle solution. This being me, I couldn’t help but pick up a few other things at the same time too!
A few days ago I wrote a little piece about Leeds Indie Food Festival, as today marks the first day of the festival here’s what I’ll be attending and eating over the next fortnight!
Leeds Indie Food Festival is almost upon us, and I thought I would share a little about it as well as my thoughts ahead of this two week extravaganza.
After what seemed like aeons this Saturday was finally the Northern Craft Fair. I was up and out of the house early to make my way over to Northern Monk Refectory to indulge myself in all things creative.
Northern Craft is an independent collective of artists formed by Sean Mort (who I think I spotted) and Carley Batley (currently living it up with a dog in the US), to promote the creative craft scene in the North. They have held several fairs in the past, however this was my first.
There’s nothing better than being in the company of friends, unless, that is of course you’re having food with friends (or in my case friend).
The Lost and Found on Greek Street is a unique bar and eatery, offering a period twist on the classics. The Leeds Branch of the Lost and Found is named Virginia K. Stevenson after what I imagine is an entirely made up ‘forward thinking and free-spirited individual.’