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Freelance Food and Travel Journalist
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Freelance food & travel journo. Writes for @eslifeandstyle /ES Mag/Foodism/Escapism/Square Meal/BBR. Former Eve Stand food ed. victoriastewartmail@yahoo.com

Conflict Cafe: how food is being used by a London pop-up to break down barriers

standard.co.uk — Everyone knows that one of the best ways to break down the barriers between a group of people who have never met each other before is to share food together. In my experience it provides a relaxed space for people to communicate experiences of their own food cultures, telling you so much about personal identity.
Sep 01, 2015

Had fascinating chat w/ conflict specialist Charlotte Onslow of #conflictcafe pop-up about using food to build peace bit.ly/1IDSHk6

On the table: Social Wine & Tapas

bbrblog.com — As part of our ongoing series inspecting London's gastronomic offering, food writer Victoria Stewart escapes London's drizzly pavements and settles in at Jason Atherton's Social Wine & Tapas. ‪There is one thing better than walking off a rain-soaked street and into the hands of smiling restaurant staff, and that's doing the same thing in August, when one feels especially irked that it is raining at all.

A blagger's guide to buying sourdough bread in London

standard.co.uk — The word sourdough is something you hear mentioned in almost every new café or restaurant in London these days, and yet still many of us don't have a clue what it really is. Is all bread sourdough? Is all sourdough the real deal? And why should we care?
Aug 25, 2015

Who wants to know all about sourdough? here's my Q&A blagger's guide, with Fergus Jackson from @BrickHouseBread standard.co.uk/lifestyle/food…

From The Hemsley sisters to the curry crew behind Gymkhana, meet London's new foodie clans

standard.co.uk — Never start a business with your family or with someone you love, in case you all fall out - or so the advice goes. Then again, have a think about some of London's best food businesses or restaurants and you'll soon realise that many are run by people who are related to or in relationships with each other.

Meet John Gregory-Smith, the new chef bringing flavours of the Black Sea to London

standard.co.uk — John Gregory-Smith was in love with Turkish food even before he met Murat, his Turkish partner, while standing at the bar of the the Rivington in Shoreditch. His affair with the country started out with holidays there with his father, and is now a long-term relationship - both with "M" and the cuisine.

Victoria Stewart's cookbook challenge: Gizzi’s Healthy Appetite: Food to nourish the body and feed the soul

standard.co.uk — There's been too much talk of 'clean eating' recently, says Gizzi Erskine, author of the new cookbook Gizzi's Healthy Appetite. So much so, says Erskine, that 'food has lost its soul' and she wants to start 'a new food revolution; one where people have a better understanding of nutrition but don't forget that eating should be enjoyable.'

Made in London: Scandinavian-inspired café Lundenwic

standard.co.uk — Two friends hatched Scotchtails in 2013; an in-the-know market stall that's turned the humble scotch egg into an artisan hit with food connoisseurs. Since then, the pair have seen their hand-made produce sold everywhere from Borough Market to Selfridges Food Hall. This month, they've launched Lundenwic - a quaint café in Covent Garden.

Made in London: Wildes Cheese in Tottenham

standard.co.uk — Philip Wilton is the founder of Wildes Cheese, a business he set up three and a half years ago. Born in Cyprus, he has lived in London since he was 16 years old, and has spent a large proportion of his life based in Tottenham with his partner and business partner Keith.

BBQ Champ's Adam Richman: 'I'm American. The last thing I want when I travel abroad is a hamburger!'

standard.co.uk — Adam Richman is the host of popular TV programmes Man v. Food, Epic Meal Time on The Food Network and now BBQ Champ, which airs on ITV tonight (July 31). He is also the author of America the Edible: A Hungry History from Sea to Dining Sea and has 674,000 followers on Twitter - and counting.
Jul 31, 2015

'The last thing I want when I travel abroad is a hamburger!' Before his new show BBQ Champ, I chatted to @AdamRichman standard.co.uk/lifestyle/food…

The Groundnut boys: meet the trio bringing West African food to London kitchens

standard.co.uk — Authors of a new cookbook called The Groundnut (Michael Joseph, £20), which celebrates some of the best dishes from West Africa, the trio consists of Duval Timothy, 25, Folayemi "Yemi" Brown, 26, and Jacob Fodio Todd, 30.
Jul 27, 2015

Talking of ace people, I also interviewed 2 of @thegroundnut trio to talk about their west African cookery book. Here standard.co.uk/lifestyle/food…

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Sep 03, 2015

All set for my big night out on the town - beautiful Edinburgh here I come... instagram.com/p/7L4yM3GKNx/

Sep 03, 2015

@TalesToursTips thanks, I went to uni there and some of my family live there so know it well, it's just food tips I need!

Sep 03, 2015

@ameliarope hope you brought them chocolate supplies Amelia - you'll have (sailor) friends for life 🚣🍫

Sep 03, 2015

Off to Edinburgh tonight for 4 days. I know the city well but haven't explored its cafes or restaurants well - any Tweeters have some tips?


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