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Regent’s Park Food Festival
Calling all food lovers - London’s biggest food festival is back this year! From the 15th to the 19th June, Regents Park will bring together some of London’s best restaurants and chefs for the greatest foodie event. You can expect over 150 dishes, Michelin-starred chefs and interactive food and drinks masterclasses. Spread over 5 days of feasting, this food-fuelled garden party is not to be missed! Tickets start from £24 per person, or £20.70 if you book for a group of 6 or more.
Visit London.TasteFestivals.com for tickets and more information
Vegan Chocolate Pie
If you love the combination of sweet and salty, this creamy pretzel-crusted vegan chocolate pie might just be what you’re looking for. Made with frozen bananas, almond butter and unsweetened chocolate almond milk, this dessert is completely vegan, naturally sweetened and packed with protein. Without the pretzel crust, it can even double as a delicious vegan chocolate pudding.
Recipe by Erin Clarke
Link to recipe for reference: WellPlated.com
The Tawny Hotel
Located in the heart of rural Staffordshire, The Tawny is a hotel like no other. Featuring wildwood huts, treehouses and romantic boathouses, this hotel is perfect for a relaxing, luxury retreat in nature. It has a fabulous restaurant and dining options, a heated outdoor pool, and private al fresco bathtubs so you can bathe outdoors under starlit skies.
Cracking the Menopause by Mariella Frostrup and Alice Smellie
A must read for women of all ages. Written by broadcaster Mariella Frostrup and award-winning health journalist Alice Smellie, Cracking the Menopause aims to break the ongoing stigma on the topic by opening up a conversation about an issue that half the population will experience. Designed to equip you with the knowledge you need to manage menopausal symptoms, the book is filled with advice from leading experts, and case studies from women at all stages of their menopause journey, delivered in a humorous yet educational manner.
Need something to watch this weekend? This truly moving and heartwarming coming-of-age dramedy tells the story of a young girl, Ruby, a child of deaf adults (coda) and the only hearing member of a deaf family. With the fear of abandoning her deaf parents, Ruby finds herself torn between helping her family’s struggling fishing business and pursuing her own passion for signing at Berkeley College of Music. The film has received a lot of praise and recognition for featuring a predominantly deaf cast, and has won all three of its Academy Award nominations including Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor, making Troy Kotsur the first ever deaf actor to win an Academy Award.
CODA is available to watch on Apple TV.