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Prague Food Festival 2012

 I was looking forward to writing a post that is more than just a selection of photos and captions, but somehow that’s simply not meant to be. With work-related stress and what seems to be an never ending succession of … Continue reading

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Flavour of Liverpool

Here’s the deal. I’m still slowly getting used to the idea of living in Liverpool. I’m taking my time, but then I’m not one for instant gratification. Even so, over time I found places I like, places that gradually make … Continue reading

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The Best Kind of a Club

The first rule of Pudding Club: you must always talk about Pudding Club. Every smallest event in life must be compared to something that took place at Pudding Club, little  allusions to Pudding Club must be inserted into the most … Continue reading

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Valparaiso, Liverpool

I’m sure I can’t be the only one who feels it’s such a breath of fresh air to eat at a restaurant that serves amazing foreign cuisine and isn’t a chain such as the likes of Las Iguanas. It needs … Continue reading

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Saturday Lunch at The York

There was once a time when I wouldn’t be seen dead at the York. In those dark days the York was a Scream pub. However, most probably due to the lack of interest even from the usual Scream pub crowd, … Continue reading

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The Malmaison: A Dark Place for Dark Deeds

Hello there, it’s been a while. I have been away for two weeks in Reading for work training (aka Indoctrination Camp). Once I just about manage to start feeling at home somewhere I am shipped off to the other end … Continue reading

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Liverpool Food and Drink Festival

So Expat Gourmet is now expat twice over. It is a sad irony that I turned down a swanky job in Prague because I didn’t want to move – and then had to move for work somewhere much less flash … Continue reading

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Sheffield Food Festival

Food festivals have a ring of pretension to them. Along with things such as seasonal, locally sourced food and farmers markets they now epitomise the culinary cool. There is nothing wrong with any of these as a concept, mind! What … Continue reading

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