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Food Tag Archive

Lola Jeans Review

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Known as ‘Lola’s little sister’ to the original Lola Jeans in Tynemouth, this restaurant transports you to a transient space of the prohibition past and colourful modern...

Multi-sensory Eating

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Eating is not just about gobbling down food. Tasha Russell writes about the concept of multi-sensory eating. ...

Insights lecture offers solutions to childhood obesity

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The pervasive message of Professor Ashley Adamson’s public lecture entitled “Childhood Obesity; they should do something about that” was to disregard an imagined ‘them’,...

Vegan Venues

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Theodora Bruce-Smith and Olivia Wallis take us on a tour of the best vegan restaurants around Europe....

Festive Food – A Culinary Travel around the World

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Around the world, Christmas is celebrated differently. Of course, Christmas food varies as well.  In Central Mexico, Christmas dinner is all about the family and sharing. Dishes...

Stack: the shipping containers unpacked

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Just when we think Newcastle cannot welcome another bar, club or eatery, several conjoined shipping containers crop up in the middle of the toon. Within these tin walls are a...

Post vegan week

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Vegan food isn’t hard to track down in Newcastle. Apps like Happy Cow or Trip Adviser can help you find your local options, but I find that most menus cater to herbivore...

NUSU launches houmous and pita bar

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A new vegan café has opened on the top floor of the Students’ Union. Humpit, a hummus and pita bar which has branches in Leeds, York and Sheffield, opened its doors at the...

Eat internationally around Newcastle

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Dominic Howard explores the best places to eat international food at affordable prices in Newcastle....

The dangers of reheating rice

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Should you or shouldn't you? Jack Coles has the answers....