Author Archives: Jenny

Cookbook of the Month: Vegan Secret Supper

For July I worked my way through Vegan Secret Supper, one of the fanciest cookbooks in my collection.  It was written by a woman who runs a supper club in New York, and as such the recipes are really designed … Continue reading

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Vegan Afternoon Tea: Crosby Tea Rooms, Liverpool

A half-empty cake stand isn’t the most inspiring start, is it?  Afternoon tea at the Crosby Tea Rooms in Liverpool was quite a mixed bag:  the food was really good, but as a whole it didn’t quite come together.  Part … Continue reading

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Vegan in Prague

In May, Mr HH and I made a quick dash across to Prague to scope it out…before we move there in August!  We are extremely excited (and also terrified of how much packing awaits us).  When I returned to the … Continue reading

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Cookbook of the Month: A Vegan Taste of France

In June I worked my way through A Vegan Taste of France by Linda Majzlik.  This book doesn’t look particularly appealing:  there are no pictures, no little introductory paragraphs telling you about the origins of the recipe, no index, no … Continue reading

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Vegan Afternoon Tea: Teacup, Manchester

Manchester is proving to be the place for vegan afternoon tea.  Google as I may, it seems to be slim pickings out there for other cities.  But this is my third in Manchester, and I’m hopeful of finding a few … Continue reading

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Matthew Nutter’s Pop-Up Vegan Night

Sometimes it can be a little lonely being a vegan:  being the only one who has to turn down a slice of birthday cake, waiting a little longer in a restaurant for a meal and receiving a little less, standing … Continue reading

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Vegan in Brighton: Terre a Terre

No trip to Brighton is complete without a visit to Terre a Terre.  In March when I stopped by for Vegfest, I squeezed not one but two feasts in during my 48 hours by the sea.  Alongside the afternoon tea, … Continue reading

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