Articles by Mia Vincent

From Battersea to Bloomsbury: Dalloway Terrace, London

Last weekend, I spent my Sunday lounging in Battersea Park, book in hand, basking in the weekend sunshine; however, a week on and all hope for a bright Spring dissipated. Instead, Storm Gareth meant Londoners spent the week cowering under umbrellas and dodging the puddles. I was amongst them and with the weather showing no […]

Three great frugal ‘leftovers’ recipes by Mia Vincent

Here are three of our favourite recipes to use up leftovers. Enjoy! Pantry Pesto We often find ourselves throwing away loose greens, whether its some sweating rocket, carrot tops or browning herbs. However, a pesto can be a great way to use up these ingredients. Perfect in a sandwich or tossed through some pasta, a […]

Four London independents doing their bit to reduce food waste

With the Government’s recent announcement of a £15m project to cut food waste, our leftovers have become a hot topic. In recent years, chains, independents and supermarkets have all come under increasing pressure to reduce their carbon foodprint and waste as little as possible. This campaign has been particularly strong in London. Here at Great […]

Next time you’re in London, check out these superb independents

Small, independent food businesses such as artisan bakeries and family producers are becoming increasingly treasured in our Capital. Nestled in local communities throughout the city, London is peppered with these gems, each offering unique, high-quality food and drink that’s far more appealing than mass market fare. While there are hundreds of food independents in London, Great […]