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Delicious half-and-half bread

For the past month or so, I’ve got really into making bread from scratch. I know, I’m about a year behind the curve on this, everyone started making sourdough the minute they were on furlough – but I’ve been working solidly since lockdown began, and […]

No packaging, no problem

No packaging, no problem

I’ve been trying to reduce my use of plastic over the past few months, after reading all the news stories about plastic floating in the ocean. This summer, Zero Green opened in Bristol, a zero-waste shop where you can buy all kinds of everyday bits […]

Moroccan Tagine with Halloumi

Moroccan Tagine with Halloumi

Halloumi? Hallou you! Sorry. One of the things I love most about switching to a veggie diet is the sheer amount of halloumi I’ve eaten. The salty Greek delight seems to be present on almost every veggie menu – in sandwiches, fried on skewers… love […]

BVBG: The Ironworks, Bristol

BVBG: The Ironworks, Bristol

It’s possible that The Ironworks Supply Co on Broad Street is the coolest place to have brunch in Bristol. Not only do they sell awesome bike-related clothing (motor, not pedal), but they serve breakfasts, lunches, and some of the best coffee I’ve had for ages.