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Eshé Brown

  • I love making these hot chocolate spoons because ever since I was a child I’ve always had a milky drink before bed. My mum would make one for me when I was younger and as I’ve grown older it’s a habit I’ve continued as a way to encourage sleepiness before getting ready for bed.

  • If you tuned into the new Christmas series of the Hairy Bikers on BBC 1, you may have recognised a familiar face on the programme… me! I was lucky enough to be invited on to the show to make four festive foodie gifts, one of which was these candied chocolate orange sweets.

  • At the bottom of St James’s St, there’s a treat for those that enjoy the finer things in life – a lavish restaurant that goes by the name of Pike & Pine… but only by night. By day it takes on another guise, Redroaster – a speciality coffee house and café.

  • As we weaved our way amongst the face painted party goers on Church Road on Halloween evening, we wondered whether Brighton’s latest Italian restaurant, Semola, would provide us with a culinary trick or treat.

  • They say a picture paints a thousand words, well if that’s so, how many does a video provide? After all your wonderful comments about how pretty the kitchen is looking, I thought I would give you a video tour before the recipes and the local travels kick off. So sit back, relax and step inside with me.

  • How many speciality pizzerias are there in Brighton? I haven’t the time to count them all but off the top of my head, there’s definitely at least 10. A new addition to this crowded space is Pizza Pop just off of London Road. I say new, but it actually opened back in May this year.

  • Would you believe me if I told you that this season of The Great British Bake Off is the first I’ve ever watched? Well, it’s true! I have no idea why I’m so late to the GBBO party as baking is something I’ve always loved doing and it’s very rare that there’s not a homemade cake kicking around our house, but now I’ve finally come on board I’m really into it.

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