Carol Muskoron

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Name: Carol Muskoron
Date registered: July 20, 2015

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  1. Highlights from the Knitting & Stitching Show 2017 — October 12, 2017
  2. Wild and inspiring images – from the Knitting & Stitching Show 2016 — October 8, 2016
  3. Five fab last-minute Christmas food buys — December 21, 2015
  4. Disabled dancing at Downing Street — November 27, 2015
  5. An unmissable treat for Chinese food lovers — September 29, 2015

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Oct 12

Highlights from the Knitting & Stitching Show 2017

The Knitting and Stitching Show 2017 is on this weekend (until Sunday 15th October) and it is so much fun. Having spent a day immersed in creativity and inspiration, it’s hard to pick the top ten highlights, but I’ve had a go at doing just that. And so, in no particular order, here they are… …

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Oct 08

Wild and inspiring images – from the Knitting & Stitching Show 2016

The Knitting & Stitching Show is one of the most colourful and beautiful events of the year – I dipped into its hues and textures at Alexander Palace today. With around three hundred exhibitors and some wonderful workshops, there is so much inspiration to be had here. You can catch The Knitting and Stitching Show …

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Dec 21

Five fab last-minute Christmas food buys

Having been to a heap of Christmas food shows and taste tested a fair amount of what’s on offer, I have come up with my top five Christmas food buys. They’re the tastes that won’t let you down and, with Christmas looming large now, there’s still time to pick them up… Cornish garlic yarg Available …

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Nov 27

Disabled dancing at Downing Street

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A flock of young dancers from the inclusive Flamingo Chicks dance school pirouetted their way into 10 Downing Street this week, trailing glitter, feathers and ribbons in their wake, to show Samantha Cameron and guests that ballet has no barriers. Mrs Cameron hosted the budding ballerinas at a very special reception on Tuesday, 24th November, …

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Sep 29

An unmissable treat for Chinese food lovers

Forget rushed dim sum – for £49 each, you and a companion can spend a leisurely Saturday afternoon sampling divine cocktails, wine and the very best Chinese London has to offer. Chinatown in London’s West End is good, yes, but fans of Chinese food know that Yauatcha is better. The food is full of all …

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Sep 15

Steak & The City & A Fabulous Party Atmosphere | The Trading House Review

An absolute wow of a venue with live music and amazing reasonably-priced food. If you’re a Londoner bored of the West End or a tourist looking for a slightly different night out in London, check out The Trading House near Moorgate in the heart of the city of London. The second you step foot in …

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Aug 01

Celebrate Afternoon Tea Week Italian-style

Afternoon Tea Week is coming – it’s on 10-16 August – and it’s a very good idea to prioritise this wonderful English tradition. But it’s an even better idea to add an Italian slant to that tradition, which is exactly what the gorgeous rustic Italian restaurant Cucina Asallina, in London, has done. English sandwiches? Pah! …

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Jul 21

5 Sizzling Steak Tips

Having ‘grilled’ one of England’s top top beef scientists, we bring you tips that will make your barbecue season so much tastier. ‘The Science of Steak’ at The Meridian Hotel in London’s Piccadily involved some serious steak sampling, and whilst munching on  Waygu and Aberdeen Angus, Carol Muskoron spoke to Dr Phil Hadley of the …

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