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  • Spain: Where an ice cream a day keeps the heat at bay

    I love summer, I always have done. Not only is it the only couple of months a year I’m not moaning about the cold or dressed in enough layers fit for an Eskimo, but it brings the perfect excuse for an ice cream and on my recent trip to Spain there was no holding back. Me […]

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  • La Petite Fontaine

    La Petite Fontaine is in the heart of Carpentras, France and very close to a small fountain of course. It was previously named La Cuisine de Pierre until chef Sébastien Royer took it over and renamed it in 2007. The interior is very nicely decorated with warm colours, fresh and clean with charming bright paintings upon the […]

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  • Eric Lanlard creates new signature afternoon tea

    I was lucky to meet celebrity chef and Master Pâtissier, Eric Lanlard at Total Greek’s Birthday Party last month where I sampled more of his delicious tasting cakes. I first came across Eric’s cake after visiting his Cake Boy London cafe where we sat amongst others having the most wonderful looking afternoon tea. Eric’s cakes […]

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  • A week in Carpentras, France

    Note to one’s self – look up the local delicacies (especially cakes & sweets) before visiting abroad, that way you won’t miss out on anything important. A month ago I spent a week cycling around Carpentras in the south of France with a group of friends. We had such glorious weather, it was up to […]