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AllEat Special: Father’s Day

“Dad, I’m hungry.”“Hi hungry, I’m Dad”Timeless. We’ve all heard enough (more than enough!) of the lame dad jokes and frankly, it’s often inappropriately timed and tirelessly overused but we tolerate it because… well, it’d be weird if dads around the world didn’t attempt to make lame jokes all the time. And that’s why dads are so special; Just the mere attempt or even just the … Continue reading AllEat Special: Father’s Day

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AllEat Special: A Royal Birthday

As Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday approaches on June 8th, it’s an exciting day ahead as the nation celebrates the birthday of the sixth-longest-reigning British Monarch, when she surpassed her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria. With 66 years as Queen, we’ve all got to admit what the Her Majesty’ The Queen’s diet consists of, and what her day-to-day food intake looks like. As the Queen’s birthday slowly creeps … Continue reading AllEat Special: A Royal Birthday

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AllEat Special: National Best Friend’s Day 2019

Best friends come in so many different forms in our lives, that the meaning in itself is hard to congest it to one single relationship only. A best friend could be your parent, sibling, partner, a colleague, teacher or even your pet. Best friends help you through moments you need them the most, are there for you in countless ways and truthfully speaking, it’s always … Continue reading AllEat Special: National Best Friend’s Day 2019

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5 reasons to takeaway on a (tedious) Thursday

Spring bank holiday yesterday. You know what that means – three-day weekend for the win. Yet, here we are sitting, once again, in our offices after a blissful weekend with the sun out (and maybe a fruity cider in one hand?). With that being said, I’m sure we can comment on behalf of the nation that we don’t feel like cooking. Seems like a hassle, … Continue reading 5 reasons to takeaway on a (tedious) Thursday

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A British Chinese love affair: London Edition

Chinese cuisine as we know today has gone through substantial changes in tastes and methods over the past few decades. With the introduction of Chinese cuisine in Britain as early as the 1600s as a result of the Anglo-China trade, understandably, the tastes and varieties of Chinese cuisine in a British context has been refined to suit the Western palate, but nonetheless, it is the … Continue reading A British Chinese love affair: London Edition