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Friday Night Cocktail

When we were in Brighton a couple of Fridays ago, it was hot and went we stopped for lunch at Lucky Beach (which is worth a visit, best fish and chips I’ve had in ages). Christelle and Natalie ordered a … Continue reading

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Friday Night Cocktail

This afternoon, I’m out for the team Christmas lunch, for those of you keeping count, this is the second work related Christmas thing, I have three – company, dept and team – altogether. December with it’s mix of Christmas celebrations … Continue reading

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Friday Night Cocktail

Last weekend the sun came out to play for a bit, it’s gone away again but over the weekend and on Monday and Tuesday, London was sure that Summer had finally arrived. Ma and I went up to Watford to … Continue reading

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Friday Night Cocktail

  I will be celebrating the end of my dry January with manhattans at the OXO Bar. If you’re still not drinking, ideas here and here. If you are, have fun don’t overdo it and drink lots of water…

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Friday Night Cocktail

Yesterday, I gave you 4 non-alcoholic drinks from the archives. Today I wanted to give you something that works both ways for drinkers or non drinkers and something that feels a little special.  I saw this a while ago and … Continue reading

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Friday Night Cocktail.

It’s the third Friday of January and the third Friday for me without alcohol. Friday nights are the only time that I really miss it. Somehow a cup of tea or just plain water doesn’t feel celebratory enough for the … Continue reading

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Friday Night Cocktail (non-alcoholic)

I’m sticking to this no alcohol thing. This week’s drink is based on bissap, which is often called the national drink of Senegal. Jo’s partner Lazare taught* me how to make it when I visited her in the Cote d’Ivoire … Continue reading

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