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Blog buffet – 30th July 2012

Posted by on Jul 30, 2012 in Blog Buffet | 56 comments

Blog buffet – 30th July 2012

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Another week has gone by and another week of fabulous food blogging has gone with it. Don’t worry if you were too busy thinking about the Olympics or enjoying the short lived sunshine to catch it – we’ve rounded it all up for you. This time, with London 2012 and the seemingly hundreds of countries [...]

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Pooky and Grump’s, Horsforth

Posted by on Jul 25, 2012 in Eat-in, Featured, Horsforth, Pooky and Grumps, Reviews, Sandwiches, Takeaway | 27 comments

Pooky and Grump’s, Horsforth

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My sandwich was very, very tasty. I’d happily have eaten another, and as many more as they had back there. For me, it tasted precisely as a good deli sandwich should – exactly like you want and expect it to, only different. It hits the mark in terms of all the good things I want [...]

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Croft Street Fisheries, step forward!

Posted by on Jul 24, 2012 in Blog | 4 comments

Croft Street Fisheries, step forward!

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I’ve just heard a rumour that Croft Street Fisheries has been racking up some serious awards in recent times, and I’ve just spotted them in Morrison’s magazine (yeah, yeah I know – I was using it to cover up a proper magazine) winning yet another. I think it’s time to drop by. Have any of [...]

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Blog buffet – 23rd July 2012

Posted by on Jul 23, 2012 in Blog Buffet | 18 comments

Blog buffet – 23rd July 2012

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We realise that you’re like us and you like to read about food. We also realise that we’re not the only people offering up entertaining and useful articles for you to peruse – despite us being your favourite website, right? So what we’ve done to fix this for you is round-up all our favourite articles [...]

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Pickles and Potter, Leeds

Posted by on Jul 18, 2012 in Eat-in, Featured, Leeds City Centre, Pickles and Potter, Reviews, Sandwiches, Takeaway | 19 comments

Pickles and Potter, Leeds

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Although it wouldn’t usually have bothered me, I needed to take some pictures for you happy readers and with the relentless rain we’ve been having, outdoors just wouldn’t cut it and the popularity of the place meant that indoors was repeatedly out of the question. So I waited. Waited like a stalker in fact, fully [...]

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Brown’s Speciality Sandwiches, Leeds

Posted by on Jul 16, 2012 in Brown's Sandwiches, Eat-in, Featured, Leeds City Centre, Reviews, Sandwiches, Takeaway | 245 comments

Brown’s Speciality Sandwiches, Leeds

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s far as hidden places go, finding Browns was almost as good as stumbling across the platform for the early morning train to Hogwart’s. I say almost, because there would have been far less glamour and pizazz surrounding the film adaptation of my sandwich adventure than young Harry’s first trip to his new school. It’s [...]

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Town St Tavern, Horsforth

Posted by on Jul 15, 2012 in Burgers, Eat-in, Featured, Horsforth, Reviews, Town St. Tavern | 30 comments

Town St Tavern, Horsforth

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he Town Street Tavern has long been the jewel in Town Street’s crown for a locallunch style bite to eat. With a friendly atmosphere, comfortable yet spread-out seating and a menu full of choices, it’s not hard to see why. The staff are always friendly, whether you opt for the bar area, which unlike many [...]

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Murgatroyd’s, Yeadon

Posted by on Jul 15, 2012 in Eat-in, Fish and Chips, Murgatroyds, Reviews, Takeaway, Yeadon | 14 comments

Murgatroyd’s, Yeadon

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When I first moved to Leeds I missed home dearly. It wasn’t so much my Mum doing my washing and ironing. I could cope without seeing my old friends every day, and I wasn’t bothered in the slightest about missing my little village. Not my village, no. But what was in it, and the few golden miles around it I missed enormously. The thing is, my home village is a very proud fish and chip area – we’re blessed with several award winning fisheries which go on getting better every year as their competitiveness intensifies. For someone who has already marked fish and chips down as their death row meal, saying goodbye to that was a big deal.

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