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Whilst relatively undiscovered here in the UK, the Mexican tradition of Cinco de Mayo is celebrated in Mexico and the USA as well as other cultures around the world. Observed to commemorate the Mexican Army’s unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5th 1862, the tradition is in modern day [...]

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Ah, pizza. Whoever decided to roll out some dough, pour on some tomato sauce and drizzle generously with oozy cheese and other delightful toppings probably deserves their own national holiday. I for one would wholeheartedly celebrate. Nestled away in London’s Covent Garden, Fire and Stone offers a unique new menu based on ‘Gourmet Global Pizza’. [...]

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Now we’re well on our way into 2016, we’ve started to see some key food trends appear in our restaurants. We’ll tell you about these in a series of TasteTrends blog posts over the year, so that you can keep up to date with everything foodie related all in one place. As with anything, trends [...]

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We’ve recently celebrated our 10th birthday here in tastecard HQ, and wanted to mark the occasion by looking at the way that dining out has changed over the years – from 2006, when we began, to 2016. We polled the nation to find out how dining and menu preferences have changed in the past 10 [...]

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My memories of going to the circus as a kid are sadly a bit fuzzy these days. Like a poster that has faded in the sun, I can no longer make out the vividness of the experience that I’m certain I had when the Moscow State Circus came to town. My grandparents took me along [...]

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