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London

After a wonderful lazy morning we headed for King’s Cross and St. Pancras to see the changes since our last visit. We crossed over the Grand Union Canal and walked across Granary Square and through the Coal Yard.

From there we went to Liverpool Street Station on the Metropolitan Line and headed for Spitalfields Market.

Our next and last stop for the day was Eataly. We met Jordy and Raymond for lunch. I had the gnocchi which was good but not fantastic. This was the general consensus for the meals. But the deli and food market is fantastic and we bought some Italian cheese for dinner. Before we headed back home we all had gelato. Nocciola for me which is always my first choice in Italy.

It was then back home to relax, chat, cook vegetarian pasta for dinner and chill. How blessed we are to spend this time with friends.

Tonight’s cider

Kindertransport was an organised rescue effort of children from Nazi controlled territory that took place prior to WW2. So many families owe their lives to this simple act.

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Published by Tandy | Lavender and Lime

I am passionate about using regional, seasonable and sustainable produce when I cook. I live in the picturesque fishing village of Gordons Bay with my husband and dogs. Dave and I visit new places on a regular basis to experience the food and culture of the area.

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