UK

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Signs at the front of the Beatles Museum

I went to Liverpool for the first time this year. Having lived three years in London, I actually realise that there are much more authentic places in the UK, with just as much history…

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Ecosse - Lac de MenteithScotland - Lake of Menteith

I took these photos this summer when I went to Scotland. I discovered many beautiful “lochs” (lakes) while listening to the famous Scottish song “500 miles“. Great memories…

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Dans les rues d'EdimbourgIn the streets of Edinburgh

I took this picture last week when I was in Edinburgh. I did a fantastic Edinburgh photo tour with James Christie, that I highly recommend! Within three hours I got a chance to learn a lot about Edinburgh and most importantly, how to use my DSLR camera all in manual mode in order to feel
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two perfectly fluffy scones

Recipe Ingredients Base: 200g plain flour (white or wholemeal) 50g cold butter 150cl full fat milk at room temperature 1 teaspoon lemon juice or vinegar 4 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt For sweet scones: 1 tablespoon caster sugar To taste: raisins, cinnamon, vanilla pod…. For savoury scones: Different combinations that I have tried and
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photo of Marion Barral's pink Brompton bike

We now all agree that cycling is the best way of going around in London: it is good for you, good for the planet, it saves time, money, etc. I have never ever been so conviced of that as since I bought myself a cute  pink Brompton bike. You can see a video of the
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Photo of runners at the Park and Tower Race 2011

Two days ago I runned for a charity the Mayfair Park and Tower Race. I was invited by one our customers, the fantastic restaurant Galvin at Windows. They created a few years ago Galvin’s Chance, a charity designed to help disadvantaged young people at risk from gun and knife crime by opening up opportunities for
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zoom on an home made yorkshire pudding

I have tried one of the most difficult dishes of English cuisine: Yorkshire pudding. It is traditionally served with a Sunday roast. It seems easy to do (only 3 ingredients) but it is very difficult to make them rise. I will give you the secret!!! Ingredients (serves 2) 2 eggs 60 g flour