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Audrey Hepburn, Franz Kafka, Martin Scorsese and Many More Share Their Thoughts on Food

Audrey Hepburn, Franz Kafka, Martin Scorsese and Many More Share Their Thoughts on Food

Food
We love food. We love smelling it. We love the sight of it. Hell, we love everything there is about it - except doing the dirty dishes; that part still fails to impress us.  We could write novels comprising all the different reasons we love food and it still wouldn't be enough. So we thought we'd share with you some "exquisite" thoughts on food coming from Voltaire, Audrey Hepburn, Franz Kafka, Julia Child and many more. Words: Denisa Rosca, Subeditor: Toni Hart     The quotes were gathered from Brainy Quote and Goodreads. The quotes on the images have been added by the writer. All the images are under the Creative Commons License. Feel inspired? Let us know what food means to you in the comments section bel
Russia Officially Bans Fast Food Ads, Will Britain Follow?

Russia Officially Bans Fast Food Ads, Will Britain Follow?

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Rospotrebnadzor, The Ministry Of Health and the FAS rejected to support the ban on advertising fast food in Russia. If you think Britain is being hit by the fast food bug and doing nothing about it, you are thinking in the right direction. There may have been a drastic shift in the fast food industry and the rise of online ordering services, and takeaways might be a small step in the process. But it’s the fried-chicken shop sensation that should worry us. Words: Lyubomira Ivanova, Subeditor: Toni Hart  It is commonly accepted that Britain has already followed the American fast-food model. It is not to say that all fast food chains are gone for good, and yet the takeaway market is also growing and drastically changing. Overall there are 205 McDonald’s trading all across London. Accordi
Miller & Carter: Restaurant Review

Miller & Carter: Restaurant Review

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When the nights get longer and the temperature drops, there is nothing more satisfying than sitting back in an attractive looking steakhouse. With a rich inviting appearance and as part of a chain that dominates the UK’s dining market, Miller & Carter seems to be the answer to all steak fan’s cravings. Words: Lyubomira Ivanova, Subeditor: Toni Hart, Photos: Lyubomira Ivanova  It is a common thing in human nature, to do things which most of the time you are trying to avoid. Deciding to go for a dinner at a steakhouse, when the only meat I eat is fish was one of those decisions. Pleasantly surprised by the menu, which I quickly checked while we were waiting to be seated, Miller & Carter is to be trusted to fit different tastes. The posh appearance of the venue, which to be h
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