The Ultimate Oreo Cheesecake Life-hack

Hi Friends! I love Oreos..and cheesecake. Why not mix the two? The recipe below is the most similar to the one that was made for this post. The only difference is that instead of jello, we had crushed Oreos as the based instead. I also love how the pineapple chunks that are incorporated with this […]

via How to make: Oreo Cheesecake — beauty & the foodie.

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What’s Up TV- The Best Bits

As we get older, we tend to look back and reflect on our past experiences and journeys we’ve taken to get where we are now (or at least I do anyway!)

I’ve been on shoot after shoot, meeting incredible people along the way whilst living on all my social media pages all thanks to What’s Up TV! They’re funded by the MAMA Youth Project (@MAMAYouth) Their mission is to bring out the best out in every young person trying to get their foot in the door.

What’s Up TV (@WhatsUpTV)  is an amazing UK television show that is breaking down the negative image and stereotyping of youth culture in the UK. They tackle a wide-range of events, festivals and some never-before-seen art performances. Their aim. Simple. To entertain as well as inspire young people of all ages to get involved in media!

Best thing about producing new video content for each season, we never know what’s about to be thrown at us. But with the right people on board, they help make every new season current and fresh. The bulk of the production team is between 18 and 25 years old and are all personally involved in youth culture including social issues. We produce six 30 minute episodes over a 12 week period from a blank sheet of paper. This, to most TV professionals would seem an impossible task, especially with the limited resources and budget, but we always deliver on time to the high standards and quality of Sky 1 demand.

 

What’s Up TV is back on our screens. It airs on SkyOne at 12.30pm. Click here for more information, make sure to check out their website!

Half-Term event in Watford Market!

For two whole days, we dedicated the market to all the kids in Watford for  free day of events. Throughout these two days, we had our amazing Balloon Modeller, Auntie Jo Jo who did a fantastic job creating all sorts of animals, superheros and more! And how could we forget about our equally amazing face painter, Edna from Blue & Orange Images who gave some of the trader quite a fright, turning children into terrifying tigers and super cool superheros!

We also had a FREE arts & crafts sessions for all kids to get artsy fartsy with their family! For those wanting to visit the food court upstairs, we had different selection of board games dotted around upstairs for your kids to have double the fun with friends and family.

Check out some of the pictures taken from last week:

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Two Restaurants, Twelve weeks And A Little Feast!

Introducing Market Yard Restaurants

Market yard will host two of London’s up and coming restaurants who are looking to make a big impact in the food industry. They will put together and short selection of menus, including some of their signature dishes to add to the street food experience.

Each restaurant will hand the kitchen over once they complete their fair share of six weeks in the yard. From 10th February- 20th March, we kick things off with our first host, Foley’s Tasting Kitchen, a unique restaurant focusing on modern world dishes that ties in with countries with a love for all spices. Head chef Mitzvora, will add his creative flare to his menu. This will include: ribeye cap steak with tator tots, whipped anchovy butter, grilled gem lettuce and homemade black olive mustard and spiced sweet potato fritter, grilled pineapple, jalapeni yoghurt & saffron coconut curry.

For more information, click here to check out Foley’s Tasting Kitchen’s Facebook page.

 

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Serving up a delicious main course, our second restaurant Made of Dough, based in South-London’s hotspots, Brixton. Inspired by Campania & Andalusia, these two Italians lovers will serve nothing but the best homemade authentic Neapolitan Pizzas. Here’s a snippet of what these guys will be serving: Margherita pizza, served with San Marzano tomato, fior di latte, extra virgin olive oil & fresh basil. Chorizo Pizza that consist of fresh Brindisa chorizo & piquillo peppers on a margherita.

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For more information, click here to check out Made Of Dough’s website.

Or follow them on Twitter @MadeOfDoughLDN

                                   Little Feast Is Returning To Shepherd’s Bush Yard!

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After the success of Little Feast’s brilliant interpretation of the Scandinavian forest last month, we welcome them back for the third time back into the Shepherd’s Bush Yard for another few months of foodie heaven! They’re back with newer recipes and even bigger selections of food stalls.

Little Feast will be back in May- August as their summer edition, and then back again for the Christmas period from November-December.

For more information, click here to check out their website.

Or follow them on Twitter @wefeastlondon

Small Business Saturday

Are you a small business owner looking for recognition? THIS Saturday why not get involved with #SmallBizSaturday to promote your business!

Small Business Saturday is an independent campaign taking place this year on 5th December. It’s a great way for upcoming traders/business owners to promote other businesses as well as building their own company whilst making vital connections along the way!

The grassroots, non-commercial and not-for-profit initiative champions small businesses and encourages communities to support their local small businesses at a key time in the commercial calendar.

If you are a small business, this is a great opportunity to get involved and increase your profile locally. In the run-up
to and on the day of Small Business Saturday, the campaign organisers are running a range of free talks and workshops on a number of topics. Everything from turning an idea into a business, through to marketing or growing a small business.

To keep up to date, follow @SmallBizSatUK on Twitter and get involved in the conversation using the #SmallBizSatUK and #SmallBizSat hashtags.

Last year’s Small Business Saturday saw 16.5 million people out spending a total of £550 million with small businesses on the day, and wouldn’t it be great to have every small business involved this year. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/1MxGH6W