Avocado Pears & Chefs in Support of the NHS: A ‘lil’ Q & A with London’s Finest, Chris Prow

So to kick off with a little context, the Founder of the Nth Degree Global and Founder and President of the Restaurant Association invited this dear British friend of mine for MANY moons now, Chris Prow, now among London’s finest, to take part in a very special campaign. “Over these last few months or 154 […]

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A Rustic Rice Affair for Any Time of Day

Cooking during these strange and curious Covid times has presented something of a challenge. Usually I’d be the kind of cook to hit the greengrocers or fishmongers almost daily, looking to the freshest and handsomest produce available to be the source of inspiration. However, with the threat of a contagious virus ever there, I had […]

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A Teacup in a Storm

The ‘finer’ things in life aside, there is an equally important lesson I suspect I’ve always known, but it took a very dear friend to remind me. A reminder that gratitude finds those who search for it. And it all started with a simple mug of tea. And a friend who is truly among the […]

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Me, Myself & a Christmas Bed

I have a friend. Let’s just say I have taken her under my wing in some ways. As something of a younger sister. I may not be the wisest of the lot, but life has thrown me enough curve balls along the way and for all my softness, I have emerged each and every time […]

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A Heady Mix

My Nannibunny and I had many great years waitressing together and we became quite the formidable duo, the two of us did. Working most evenings, and finding the time when we weren’t studying, everybody else’s tedious nine to five became our playtime. And how we made the most of it! We’d make the breakfast special […]

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