Sunday, 23 October 2016

Hi-PRO Peanut Butter & Peanut Butter Hummus Recipe

Peanut butter is one of those staple jarred items in most people’s kitchen cupboards.  Our cupboards included. 

In recent times, My Carnivorous Husband (MCH) has become a big fan of Hi PRO Crunchy Peanut Butter as it boasts having more protein other brands.  As he’s somewhat of a ‘gym bunny’, so he likes having some peanut butter on toast before he pounds the treadmill as it gives him an energy lift (that’s where the extra protein comes in handy) .  It tastes nice with a thick consistency.  Personally, I just like it – gym or no gym…..
Photo:  Word In Veg Ways

So it was nice to be offered the chance to try out Hi PRO Smooth Peanut Butter as a contrast.  As with the ‘Crunchy’ version, it contains 33% pure peanut protein, uses whole peanuts and peanut flour with 25% extra protein than mainstream peanut butters.   Also, it doesn’t use whey or soy to increase the protein levels, it is a great source of fibre, niacin, magnesium, zinc and vitamins B1, B6 and E plus it is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

I am mindful of palm oil origins where possible and so it’s good to know that Hi PRO obtain theirs from sustainable sources.

I would conventionally have it on toast or in a sandwich but having the smooth version to try gave me the perfect excuse to make a recipe I’ve had my eye on for ages!

It is from Nigella Lawson’s ‘Kitchen’ recipe book and it is Peanut Butter Hummus.  It substitutes the traditional use of tahini paste in hummus for peanut butter and by using Hi PRO, the hummus will also have Hi PRO’s additional protein content which is always a good thing!

Plus this is a lovely way to impress your nearest and dearest with a home-made hummus dip  perfect for those forthcoming Halloween and Bonfire Night parties.  And also, dare I even say it this early but – Christmas Buffets!!

Here’s the link to it: Peanut Butter Hummus Recipe
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Disclosure:    This post has been written following receipt of a sample for review of Hi PRO Peanut Butter.  This review was conducted honestly without bias and I was not required to produce a positive review.  For further details of my PR policy, please see the Press, PR & Food Writing page of this website.      


Saturday, 15 October 2016

Bar Italia Soho London

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After hearing the track ‘Bar Italia’ on Pulp’s mid-‘90’s album ‘Different Class’, it has fascinated me ever since, I always wondered what all the fuss was about and why someone would write a song about it. 

Open from 7am to 5am, it caters for the early risers, the night owls and everyone else in between.   Jarvis Cocker from Pulp drew inspiration from his own experiences of going there for that last drink in the wee hours when you don’t quite want your night to end.  Hence the lyrics:  It’s now morning, there’s only one place we can go, it’s around the corner in Soho.
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Bar Italia was established in 1949 by an Italian family who 3 generations in, continue to run it.  The décor has a vintage vibe to it, wood panelled walls with Italian football shirts adorning them and even the cash till still bears reference to pre-decimalisation. 

Located in the heart of Soho, opposite Ronnie Scott’s club, it was only a few years ago that I finally went to satisfy my curiosity.   Upon approach, I imagine 1960’s London with Soho renowned for its seedy reputation, I wonder what it would’ve been like here on Frith Street, no doubt anecdotes are a-plenty.

My first visit happened to be on a Saturday morning, the street was quiet, as if taking a breather from revelry from the night before ahead of it happening again, yet Bar Italia was so busy.  I think I fell in love with it the second I received a rapturous, flirtatious welcome and was endearingly called ‘daaarrrrling’.   I like my cappuccinos a certain way, they obliged.
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My choice to go for the outdoor seating was the best one as it offers a prime spot for people-watching and I spend my time observing the eclectic tribe of patrons come and go.  I thank the woman with actual razor blades for earrings for giving up her seat for me, I see the local trendies waltz in to get their Americanos to go and I can’t take my eyes off the older lady with the most captivating candy coloured perm who chain smokes whilst staring into the middle distance lost in her thoughts.   As I dunk my biscotti into my coffee, I sit and wonder what her story is.  It’s a treasure trove of characters and I can see why Jarvis would turn it into a song.

It’s now somewhere I always go to first before embarking upon my adventures in London, an indulgent elevenses combo of a large cappuccino and a slab of tiramisu sets me up for the day quite nicely.  I find the experience and its uniqueness more gratifying than had I set foot in a chain outlet, I feel I’m getting a slice of real London coated with Italian charm, although I fear I’m too late and shall never bump into Jarvis Cocker.  Oh well.

Their website claims tell the waiter twice and you’ll never have to tell him again, he will remember you and know exactly how you want your coffee, he’ll get it right each time.

So stamp my loyalty card and remember I’m the girl who likes a single shot cappuccino, sugar and a plenty of chocolate on top.  I know you won’t need telling more than twice daaarrrling……….



Bar Italia and other unique cafes are featured in Café London a guide to London’s café culture.  Cafe London edited by Zena Alkayat is published by Frances Lincoln (£9.99). My review of Café London and more information on the book can be found here

Bar Italia lyrics have been extracted from the internet.  Lyrics written by: Jarvis Cocker/Nick Banks/Steve Mackey/Russell Senior/Candida Doyle/Mark Webber.

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Review: Bottomless Brunch at The One Elm

I actually do love the event of brunch, especially at the weekend when you wake up later than normal, sometimes with a hangover, sometimes with hunger and this hybrid of breakfast and lunch can hit the spot to subside both those feelings.

Photo:  c/o The One Elm
Not often getting the chance to indulge in a bit brunching, it was nice to have the opportunity to pop out for brunch this particular late September Saturday morning and try out The One Elm’s offering in Stratford Upon Avon.

Stratford upon Avon was busy, busy, busy when we went as on top of the usual tourist traffic the town gets, it was also the weekend of Stratford Food Festival so even more people were around. 
Photo:  Word In Veg Ways
The beauty of The One Elm is that it is on the cusp of the town centre, close enough to walk into the town with ease but just far enough out to take a breather from the crowds.  If coming from the M40/A3400 Birmingham direction, I suggest using the Arden Street car park as then you get back on the road much easier than having to negotiate with the traffic within the centre.

Outside Courtyard Area
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Arriving for 10am, there were a good number of people in there already having brunch and as the weather was glorious, we decided to sit in the outside courtyard area which attached to the Victorian style building of One Elm, is enclosed with trees and plants surrounding it.  There are plenty of varying sized tables and chairs which are accompanied by heater lamps and newspapers to read and there is a small sofa area which is available for hire.
Upstairs Dining Area
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If you choose to stay indoors you’ll see The One Elm very much echoes the Peach Pub environment with eclectic décor and tasteful furnishings and we particularly liked the gallery of David Bailey photographs on the walls of the upstairs dining area.
Inside The One Elm
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The brunch menu can work any way depending on what you fancy.  So if you only want to have a hot drink and a muffin then those items are individually priced or if you have a big thirst or hunger, then the all-in-one package of ‘Bottomless Brunch’ is the best option for you.

Drilling it down even further, the ‘Bottomless Brunch’ comes in two packages –

1) Stiff : with alcohol (certain alcoholic drinks only but inc: hot drinks) - £20.00 per person
2) Soft : without alcohol (soft drinks & hot drinks) £15.00 per person

There are certain stipulations about how you order the food to avoid waste and to ensure that the whole group you are with all eat at the same time.  Also, the brunch session is up to a maximum of 2 hours long.  To be honest, that’s plentiful.
MCH's Favourite Filmstar - Michael Caine
David Bailey Portrait
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The brunch menu almost falls into a Starter/Main/Dessert format whereby you can choose from different granola and fruit combos, followed by hot sandwich/muffin options, full English breakfasts and then waffles/pancakes.
Photo:  Word In Veg Ways

We went for the pancake option first with a big pot of tea.  I had the Superfruit, Natural Yoghurt and Honey Pancakes whilst My Carnivorous Husband (MCH) had the Blueberry & Ricotta Pancakes – which was ideal as we could try each other’s.  We couldn’t work out if the pancakes were ready-made or made on site and the girl who served us wasn’t sure either, but they were pleasant nevertheless.  We both liked the combination of flavours on my portion but we liked the hint of savoury via the ricotta version a little more.
Eggs Benedict
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MCH is a man who enjoys his eggs so he opted for the Eggs Benedict with Salmon on a Bagel.  He commented it was a good portion of salmon, the hollandaise sauce was rich and the white bagel was soft.

Veggie Full Cooked
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I however fast-forwarded to the Veggie Full Cooked which consisted of: veggie haggis, spinach, eggs, tomato, mushroom & beans.  I swapped the eggs for avocado with sourdough bread (taking inspiration from one of the muffin sandwich ideas).  The veggie haggis was very delicious and nutty, it was the jewel in the crown here and it was so nice to see it, along with the spinach as a different alternative to the standard veggie breakfasts you see around.  I was surprised there was no mention of veggie sausages, although I assume that the haggis replaces them.  I didn’t get my beans, I think an oversight because of the changes I requested.  Our waitress was deeply apologetic and I was offered something else to make up for it, but I’d eaten the breakfast by that point and to be honest I was quite full but it was nice that she offered me something extra.

MCH of course went for the Meat Full Cooked which was made up of:  Jimmy Butler’s Sausage & Bacon, Mushroom, Black Pudding, Eggs and Tomato.  He enjoyed it very much, the meat was of a good quality and mentioned that the presentation of it was more elegant than that you’d find in a greasy spoon café!  (Stands to reason)!

The only thing we did both think was that the portion size (for both full cooked versions) could have been a little more generous with a few things like having extra tomatoes and mushrooms to match the stand alone price of each (£10.00 meat version and £9.00 veggie option).  But as combinations of cooked breakfasts go, they were very good – the vegetarian especially so.
Brunch Punch & Mimosa
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Rounding off with a Brunch Punch cocktail (rum/vodka based) for MCH and a little Mimosa for me, our Bottomless Brunch was the perfect way to start our morning before we headed off to the food festival in town.

If you like your food (like we do), then the Bottomless packages are by far the best deal and you can experience all the different dishes within.  For veggies it is perfect, with an excellent range it really was one of those rare times where I did have plenty to choose from which was music to my ears!

Overall, good location, good food and a good way to start your weekend!


Disclosure:    This post has been written following a kind invitation from The One Elm to sample their Bottomless Brunch menu.  This review was conducted honestly without bias and I was not required to produce a positive review.  For further details of my PR policy, please see the Press, PR & Food Writing page of this website.      














Wednesday, 5 October 2016

Cafe London - Your Guidebook to London's Best Cafes

On the back of the success of Eat Like a Londoner comes Café London, a more bespoke offering that focuses on the city’s café culture and informal dining scene.  

Totally detaching itself from the chain café/coffee shops that populate High Streets en masse, this book is a show & tell of the unusual and the wonderful , which with a bit of research you can find for yourself off the beaten track.

Whilst celebrating London’s diversity within, the book skips along nicely through sections of brunch, lunch, coffee and afternoon tea accompanied by the author’s suggestions for each category.  Each suggestion has been made based on a loveable feature of a place whether that be simply that the coffee there is good, or it’s an international cuisine rarely encountered or that you get a slice of live opera with your ‘rosie lee’. 

The one which made me smile the most was ‘Cereal Killers Café’ in Camden.  As you sit on bed style seating with quirky cartoon character duvet covers, you are served a bowl of breakfast cereal from the 100+ ones available, many of which have come from abroad.  How cool is that?

This book is a really handy guide to exploring new haunts in London and it would also work well as an interesting ‘coffee table book’ (do excuse the pun there)!

When it comes to London based cafes, I make so secret of adoring and frequenting Bar Italia in Soho, but I intend on working my way through Café London as trying something different is part of the reason I love visiting the capital.   

What’s your favourite café in London?


Information about Café London:

Cafe London edited by Zena Alkayat is published by Frances Lincoln (£9.99). More information on the book can be found here. 


Disclosure:    This post has been written following a complementary copy of Café London.  This review was conducted honestly without bias and I was not required to produce a positive review.  For further details of my PR policy, please see the Press, PR & Food Writing page of this website.  

Thursday, 29 September 2016

Review: Tapas Revolution Birmingham

Walking into to a huge ‘Buenos Tardes’ greeting as we set foot into Tapas Revolution, was just what we needed to wipe away the traffic jam drama we’d encountered en route.  Such a big welcome made us feel instantly relaxed and we liked it.
Photo:  Word In Veg Ways
The all-Spanish team chit-chatted away with us as they settled us into our seats with My Carnivorous Husband (MCH) wanting to look out onto Grand Central’s concourse for a bit of people watching and I wanted a view of the restaurant (same reasons).  All bases covered. 
Photo:  Word In Veg Ways

The restaurant is open plan and informal which falls into the set-up of Grand Central’s overall food outlet offering, it has splashes of Moorish décor with a few little hints of España dotted around (such as the olive oil cutlery tins).  Interestingly, no salt & pepper condiments are present on the tables – it encourages you to taste the food as it is I guess.
Appetisers & Drinks
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For Appetisers, we had:  Almendras de Mallorca (slow roasted almonds) which you could tell the roasting process had brought out their flavour – we really enjoyed those.  Aceitunas Manzanilla – (green marinated Andalusian olives), which were pleasant enough although would have preferred them de-stoned.  Pan con Tomate (toasted bread topped with tomato, garlic and olive oil) which was crusty, although more tomato based than garlic, it worked well with the other appetisers.  This little combo as it was would be nice with a beer or cocktail if you just fancy a few nibbles.
Patatas Bravas & Tomato Salad
Photo:  Word In Veg Ways
Photo:  Word In Veg Ways

The rest of the meal followed the usual tapas format of ‘little dishes’ and I had:  Gazpacho de Sandía (chilled tomato soup with a watermelon twist).   Served in a small glass, a slightly more fizzy version of traditional gazpacho and more fruity, but nevertheless surprisingly filling.  Keeping the tomato theme going, I had Ensalada de Tomate on Queso de Cabra which consisted of a number of different types of tomato (and colour) with goat’s cheese, olives and red onion – quite a basic arrangement but the different tomato types made it quite sweet tasting.  It worked well with the Patatas Bravas I had which I ordered without the spicy tomato sauce (as I’m allergic to certain spices) which the chef was happy to do.
Pork Belly
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MCH had the Torreznos con mojo dulce which was pork belly and he commented how light, crispy, quite sweet and tender it was.  It was his overall favourite dish.  He had Pulpo a la Gallega which was steamed octopus with potatoes and pimento paprika which was again, tender and a different type of seafood offering than is normally available which he enjoyed trying, plus a Patatas Bravas portion for himself, with the spicy tomato sauce which he said nice and fiery.
Patatas Bravas/Octopus/Empanadillas
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He also had the Empanadillas (spinach and goat’s cheese parcels served with onion and saffron marmalade) from the specials board.  The cheese was gorgeously melty and worked well with the savoury style marmalade.  I too would have had these but the cheese was cooked in animal fat making it non-vegetarian so I didn’t.  A real shame as it sounded perfect – so perhaps Omar and team - could veggie versions be made?
Photo:  Word In Veg Ways

Desserts were of course inevitable and whilst perusing, I wasn’t sure if the desserts were veggie friendly so my Camerero (waiter) kindly checked by going through Omar’s latest cookbook Spanish Made Simple which contains dishes as featured on the menu – so a very handy reference point.  All good and so I had:  Crema Catalana (a traditional Spanish custard made with vanilla, cinnamon and lemon) which was very much like a brulee, thick with subtle flavours coming through and I liked the fact it was typically Spanish as I try to have authentic dishes where possible.  MCH who naturally gravitates towards chocolate chose:  Cremoso de Chocolate (chocolate fondant made with olive oil and baked to order).  He said it wasn’t too rich (which he welcomed) yet it was smooth perhaps due to the olive oil content.

Café Leche y Leche
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Coffees caught our eye and we opted for the very Spanish sounding:  Café Leche y Leche (which is bombón coffee with steamed milk).  Never having seen it before, we were keen to see what it was like.  Now, when I drink coffee (which is only once a week max), I tend to sugar it massively to make it palatable for me, but this didn’t need even a grain of sugar.  The condensed steamed milk used made it more than sweet enough, it was lush and so different.  Really enjoyed it.

So as our meal experience came to an end, we spent more time with the waiters who couldn’t do enough and I saw that was the same for other diners, not just us.  Having met Tapas Revolution’s owner Omar at the Birmingham Food Drink & Hospitality Awards earlier in the summer (he won his category of Best Spanish Restaurant by the way) and seeing how friendly and warm he actually was, I can see how this mantra has been cascaded down to the troops within the restaurant.  The staff, really are a credit to Omar & co, they love to talk and so do we.  We enjoyed hearing about where they were from in Spain and we discussed one of my favourite TV shows right now – Vis a Vis (called Locked Up in the UK) which has Spanish subtitles and can be viewed on Channel 4 on Demand (if you’re interested….)  In return, they were polite when I tried to babble away in my broken Spanish and I was even more astonished when they understood what I was trying to say – see, GCSE Spanish never leaves you!  All in all, lovely and even though we dined as their guests, we left a tip as we were so impressed with the service we had.

Great place for carnivores and good place for vegetarians.  Some of the dishes could be converted into vegetarian options and if that was to happen, then it would really enhance their veggie offering and I’d be all for that.

Whilst it is Adios for now, I’ll back soon with my Mother for, at the very least, a Café Leche y Leche and we’ll make sure we get her a good people-watching seat as she likes to do that as much as we do.


Disclosure:    This post has been written following a kind invitation from Tapas Revolution to sample their menu.  This review was conducted honestly without bias and I was not required to produce a positive review.  For further details of my PR policy, please see the Press, PR & Food Writing page of this website.      

Monday, 19 September 2016

Warm Vegetable Salad

Following the food demos by The Vegetable Butcher at selected stores this summer, Sainsbury’s are really flying the flag for vegetables right now, with so many new products on the shelves like black garlic and spiralised boodles, there are new things to try outside of the usual remit of carrots and potatoes.

I was asked by Sainsbury’s to put a vegetable salad idea together and using a bit of inspiration from a cook book I recently read – Nourishing Noodles, I decided to go down the spiralising route as I’m finding it quite an addictive cooking process!

Here’s my warm vegetable salad which I served with pasta to make it a fuller meal.  The photo here doesn’t do it as much justice as I had wanted it to, but hopefully its vivid, colourful appearance will entice you into trying this (or adapting it to your own preferences). 

It’s a nice dish that bears a few hallmarks of summer and offers an opportunity to enjoy delicious beetroots which are very much in season.


Warm Vegetable Salad

1 Courgette 
1 Beetroot
1 Sweet Ramino Pepper (thinly sliced)
100g of Spinach
1 tablespoon Milled Flaxseed
2 tablespoons of Anti-Pasti Vegetables (from Sainbury’s deli counter)
3-4 Artichoke chunks (jarred)
1 tomato (chopped into chunks)
A little oil for frying
Salt for seasoning


Peel the beetroot and spiralise it (or cut it into very thin strips) and put to one side.
Heat the oil in a frying pan, spiralise the courgette and place it in the frying pan.

Add the beetroot to the pan and stir-fry through until soft.
Add the pepper, anti-pasti, artichokes and spinach and stir-fry until soft.
Add the salt (and any other seasoning you wish).
In a separate pan, heat the tomato gently in a little oil until it breaks down and resembles a sauce.

Serve up the vegetables, pour the tomato sauce on top and sprinkle the milled flaxseed all over.



Disclosure:    I was reimbursed my expenses by Sainsbury's to create this dish. 
This post was written honestly without bias and I was not required to produce a positive review.  For further details of my PR policy, please see the Press, PR & Food Writing page of this website.  



Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Review: The Almanack - Kenilworth

A bit clichéd I know, but I have to say whenever I go to a Peach Pub I feel  it is like putting on a pair of fluffy slippers with diamantes – comfortable but with a hint of glitz.  I feel I always know what I’ll get and it will served up with a Peachy smile.
The Almanack
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‘Tis the case with The Almanack in Kenilworth, Warwickshire.  Part of the Peach Pub chain, it sits at the top of the High Street by the Holiday Inn Hotel not far from Elizabethan Kenilworth Castle.  With a little pay & display car park at the back, it’s all quite easy logistically and makes organising your visit smooth.  Personally, I love the drive from Solihull to Kenilworth, especially on a summer’s evening, sun-dappled fields with hay bales on view – makes you feel relaxed ahead of your meal.
Photo:  Word In Veg Ways

But anyway, enough romancing, back to The Almanack.  The welcome was as expected, very warm and we were shown into the main dining area.  Looking around, it was quite busy for a Thursday evening, but more so in the bar rather than the dining section.  The décor is comfortable, very contemporary and there was a funky reclaimed wood mosaic style mural behind us, which is very ‘now’.
Mural - Photo:  Word In Veg Ways
Looking through the main menu and specials, there was quite a lot to choose from with good options for vegetarians.
English Garden
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Starting with a pint of Peroni beer for My Carnivorous Husband (MCH) and an English Garden cocktail for me, (vodka in lieu of gin, cloudy apple juice, elderflower cordial, cucumber and ice), we had a good perusal over the menu.  Although I have to say, as I’m not keen on gin, I asked if the gin could be replaced by vodka and the team gladly did that, with the caveat that the cocktail is supposed to be led by gin so the taste will change, but I love the other components so I was happy to take the risk and as it happened, it was very nice and refreshing – and best of all, I was pleased to see they were accommodating adaptations upon request.
Summer Vegetable Risotto
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For our Starters, I had the Summer Vegetable Risotto.  It had the typical sticky consistency of risotto rice, made sweet with the peas and sweetcorn.  It was pleasant although not overwhelming.
Ham Cheddar Croquette
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MCH opted for the Ham Cheddar Croquette.  It was crispy, packed with melted cheese which when dipped into its tomato relish drizzle, gave it a sweet edge. 

Aubergine Escalope
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Enjoying an English Rose mocktail (cloudy lemonade, elderflower & cranberry) as the mains arrived, I awaited my adapted Pan-fried Aubergine & Feta Escalope, Heritage Tomato Salad & Baby Leaves.  Adapted because it was confirmed that the dish (the feta element of it in fact) had chillis in it which I am allergic to so upon asking if they could amend it, they said all portions were pre-made but they had a way round it.  They went to the local shop, bought some feta cheese and made me a bespoke version.  I was really impressed with that as well as their stance of going the ‘extra mile’, I was very grateful.  The aubergine was covered in breadcrumbs, it was a good ‘escalope’ style creation and quite filling but I had a side order of new potatoes to go with it which worked well as I felt it needed something additional to go alongside it.

Market Fish
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MCH chose the Market Fish main from the specials board.  Consisting of mackerel, haddock, king prawns and squid and accompanied by fries, some samphire, salad and a lemon-water finger bowl to refresh your fingers with.  MCH said all the fish was cooked well and it was a nice opportunity to have a number of different fishes and seafood to sample rather than just a larger portion of one type.
Strawberry Cheesecake
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There is always room for dessert so MCH went for the Strawberry Cheesecake with Raspberry Coulis from the specials board.  It was very fluffy and light making it a little different from a usual type of cheesecake.
Chocolate Brownie
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I pretty much always lean towards Chocolate Brownies on menus so true to form, I did the same here.  The advertised accompanying banana ice cream was substituted with vanilla as it had ran out, but no problem.  A little more cakey than googey in texture, I would’ve preferred more of the latter if I’m honest, but still a lovely way to end the meal with and the chocolate itself came through as good and dense.
Photo:  Word In Veg Ways

Overall, The Almanack is another gleaming gem in the Peach Pub crown, the staff are exceptionally friendly and knowledgeable (about everything including the ingredients on the menu) and are willing to go the extra mile (especially great when you’re a veggie with allergies like me)!
Photo:  Word In Veg Ways

Definitely worth a visiting if you’re looking for somewhere to eat after a day out at Kenilworth Castle or just want somewhere to dine in an area that’s got a quiet village feel about it but yet has a good gastro offering.  
Disclosure:    This post has been written following a kind invitation from The Almanack to sample their menu.  This review was conducted honestly without bias and I was not required to produce a positive review.  For further details of my PR policy, please see the Press, PR & Food Writing page of this website.