Tag: food and beverage

Crackling Good Times at Newton Roast

May 27th, 2014   •   no comments   

When was the last time you visited Newton Food Centre?

If you hadn’t for a long time (like me), now is a good time to do so. Especially if you love delectable roast pork knuckles and pork belly, lovingly cooked in the German style.
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Indulge Your Senses with LUPICIA Teas

June 22nd, 2013   •   1 comment   

One of the oldest beverages known to man, teas have always held pride of place in many cultures.

All around the world, festive occasions like weddings and birthdays are marked with tea ceremonies. While the English are known to obsess over their afternoon teas, many Asian cultures too have embraced tea as the healthier drink of choice. Numerous innovations like “bubble” teas and fruit teas have made this leafy libation cherished by both young and old.

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6 Reasons Why I Love Japanese Food

December 8th, 2012   •   1 comment   

This platter of sushi and sashimi tastes every bit as good as it looks! Oishii desu ne!


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An Innocent Story: Book Review

August 2nd, 2012   •   no comments   

Written by writer and brand consultant John Simmons, Innocent narrates the brand story of how Cambridge graduates Jon Wright, Adam Balon and Richard Reed built a “tasty little juice company” with a unique culture founded on strong values.  Embodying the informal, casual wit of the company, the founding of Innocent is summarised on their website in the form of a charming story as follows:

“We started innocent in 1999 after selling our smoothies at a music festival. We put up a big sign asking people if they thought we should give up our jobs to make smoothies, and put a bin saying ‘Yes’ and a bin saying ‘No” in front of the stall. Then we got people to vote with their empties. At the end of the weekend, the ‘Yes’ bin was full, so we resigned from our jobs the next day and got cracking.”
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