London’s Luxury Grocery: Panzer’s Deli

Every American I know is always banging on about how much they love the food hall at Harrod’s or Selfridges. It’s a destination, where foodies go for foodie things. Only it isn’t. Ok, don’t get me wrong, here. The department store food halls are sacred and offer a great deal of pomp and circumstance that food rightly deserves. But, ask…
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FFG Eats: Lina Stores, King’s Cross

The year before I moved to London I worked and studied in Florence, Italy. I fell in love with the city, the people, the way of life, but more importantly…the food. For years after moving to the UK, I would take every chance I could get to return to Italian soil, to sit in the sun with a bowl of…
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London Party Tips: Let someone else handle the canapés

As many of you already know, this was my first grown up Christmas in London. After 17 years of flying home to spend the holiday with my family, I was a little worried that the holidays would be more sorrow than joy, without so many people that I love around me. 2019 has been the year of training myself to…
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London’s Best Sunday Roast

They told me it was a three month wait for a table for London’s best Sunday Roast. I told “them” they were crazy. Who waits three months for a Sunday Roast? How can it possibly be worth it when there are dozens of places in London that serve up a mean spread for the classic British weekend treat without any…
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A London breakfast with a view

Every day I get asked what restaurants in London are top of my list for experience. Food, it seems, is important, but location and atmosphere trump all. If you’re on the lookout for a breakfast in London that is more than just your usual pancakes and coffee, here’s a head’s up. Searcy’s at The Gherkin takes breakfast in London to…
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